Our heartfelt condolences. We are so sorry to hear this sad news. He was a great man. I learned a lot from him.
I will always have good memories of this man. I wish I would have known about memorial service so that I would have come.
Lajpat and Kiran Rai
Richmond, VA 23233
I always remember Uncle Wib being always willing to talk to a little kid. You always felt like he was there with you. More recently we had discussions by email about current political events. I was sorry when that ended. I always loved it when he and Aunt Millie and of course my cousins came to visit. I am sorry I won't be able to talk with him now.
Aunt Millie, Patty, Susan, Diane and Jimmy,
Our sympathies on your loss. We just learned yesterday about the loss of Uncle Wib. The thing I remember most about Wib was how intelligent and how jovial he always was--just a pleasure to be around. You are all in our thoughts.
Sue and Gary,
Julian and I have you both in our thoughts and hearts, along with your children. We are so sad for your loss.
I never knew your Dad. I can only comment on two things. One, he raised one smart women and mother. Two, he gave you the intelligence and grace to marry Gary, a good friend and one of the smartest attorneys that I know.
My drat Aunt Millie, Diane and all,
Uncle Wib was one of our sweetest family members. He was always kind and quick with a smile. I so much enjoyed reconnecting with him through emails. Stunned that my brothers, sisters and I had so many of the same feelings, opinions, and political ideas as Uncle Wib and the rest of my uncles. I missed him when he was no longer able to be in contact with us and I miss him still. My prayers and thoughts are with all of you. Take care of each other.
Love you all,
Beth (Huff) Bodenschatz.