To Eileen: We were classmates in school many years ago. My sister sent me the link since she knew that you and I were classmates (Wilbur Wright Jr. High and Washington High - or did you go to the new school that year?). Actually, both of my sisters had someone from your family in their classes. My sympathies to you and your family in your loss. I know how it is as we lost our mother 6 years ago. God bless.
Sincerely, Dorothy (Bellmer) Noggle, New Port Richey, FL
My sympathy on the loss of your wife, mother, grandmother, friend. Carol was a bright ray of sunshine in our lives, and will remain so in our memories. She'll be greatly missed.
Laura (O'Neill) Marek, Val's college friend
This past Sunday, I had thoughts of your mom as I had been told by Al (#3) of her condition the previous day. Flashback to 1961. It's a Sunday, late afternoon, and unknown to his mom, #3 has invited me to dinner. And Fred has invited freinds. And there are other peoples kids there too. Hey everybody, it's bakin' pan pizza nite at the Alts. With a whirlwind of activity all around her, she turns to greet me with a most warm and welcoming smile. In almost 50 years of knowing your mom, I came to expect that smile whenever we met. Even now, I can close my eyes and see her caring smile. Can't you too! What a beautiful and loving woman. Keep up that smile you Alts.
Dear Rollie and the rest of the immediate and extended Alt family,
I have very fond memories of "Mrs. Alt" as a teenager always getting a kind word and smile. I am truly sorry for your loss.
Jeanne and I extend our sincere sympathy.