You were not just my employer, you were my friend. You were so generous and genuinely cared what happened to me. You are at the top of the list of people, I love and respect, the most in life.
I enjoyed the moments sharing stories of our families and our innermost thoughts and feelings. I learned so much from you like raising children to investing in a home. You stood by me in some of my weakest moments and supported me by not only telling me what I needed to hear but also letting me know if I needed anything...
I wish I could have done for you when you were in your weakest moments.
Ellen...Skip loved you so very much. Especially when you went to see your sisters and he couldn't cook for himself. He told me you took such good care of him and the boys for years that they never had to do for themselves and you were a great mother. He would tell me every time you made him chocolate chip cookies...and then Baylee would steal them in the night. He spoke of you with love in his heart.
He spoke often of his children and how he was so proud of their accomplishments. He loved his grandchildren and posted pictures of them and showed them to his patients.
Skip was very generous to his patients also. He gave treatment without charging so many times to help people out.
This very generous and loved man will be missed terribly not only by me but by many!
Smiles and prayers Skip. I will see you when I get to the kingdom.