My deepest sympathy to you Diane and your family. You were the best neighbors I had on third street . God bless you.
I first met this kind, soft spoken man in December of 2013. As we sat down to enjoy a meal,there was a twinkle in Del's eyes as he told me how much he enjoyed teaching his grandson Zachary about artifacts on the Native American Indians. There was such a special bond between the two. His loving wife, Diane was right by his side, so proud of the many accomplishments of his life. She admired how he persevered through many hardships in his life. His son in law, Bob
commented on a few of his driving experiences that made us all laugh. There was Colleen thinking of what he would enjoy eating, doing, and what would bring him comfort. Mark appreciated when Dell met his mother, with six kids, he was committed to the family for the long haul. I have been greatly blessed by Del and this family in the short time I knew him. We lost a really fine man that will be remembered for decades to come.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to all of his family. He was one of the sweetest men I have ever met. I enjoyed spending time with him on the soccer fields as he watched Zachary. He always had a story to tell and I will miss those.
As a friend of Cindy, am joining her in the expression of sympathy for your recent loss. May the God of all grace prove Himself sufficient as you face the days ahead. -- Morris Murray, Jr.
Prayers for the family, that God give your hearts understanding and comfort. Mostly comfort in your time of loss. God bless !