We send our sincere sympathy to Aunt Sis and the entire Yingling family. Uncle Bud will always be one of the most wonderful and influential men in our lives. Oh the memories we will cherish always: From hunting on the farm with my dad (Carroll), Terry & Robin, picnics and ball games at the farm and gun club, days at Grandma Yinglings, Picnics at Pat & Jims, Picnics at Beths, years of fun and memories at Deep Creek Lake, making the long trip to Ohio for Gary's wedding, always having kind words, a hug and a smile, enjoying and appreciating a good meal and I can still hear his words "And God Bless The Cook"! He was and will always remain a rock solid foundation of everything good in our eyes. We will cherish the memories forever and feel thankful that God blessed our lives with such an extraordinary Uncle Bud. May God Bless and Comfort You¦ Joe & Kathy Cornell.
DEAR ELEANOR AND FAMILY,
SO SORRY TO HEAR OF THE PASSING OF BUD. IN THE FEW
TIMES I SAW BUD IT WAS OBVIOUS THAT HE TOUCHED THE
LIFES AND HEARTS OF MANY. A LIFE WELL LIVED. MAY GOD
SEND YOU PEACE , COMFORT AND HEALING.
RUTHANNA HIPLEY, JARRETTSVILLE, MD
Dear Audrey, So sorry to hear of your brother's death. Just wanted you to know I was thinking of you. Love to you. Larry Harris (Loretta's older son in Ohio)
Dear Eleanor, Pat, Jim and family,
Our sincere condolences on the passing of Bud. He will be sorely missed and we have such fond memories from over 55 years. Playing the guitar, bowling, banquets, bull roasts down at the shore, Koppers, and on and on. So sorry growing older has kept us apart in later years. Blessings to you and your family. Shirley & Mel Hipley, Kingsville, MD
With sympathy to all the family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Sal and Mary LoGrande