Please accept my prayers and sympathy for the Acord family during this sad time. I got to know Les just recently as he was my Father's table mate at the nursing home. We shared a few jokes and he and my Dad tried to talk about "The War". My Dad is so hard of hearing however, that I had to play interpreter! When I got Dad coffee I always got some for Les too. When he wasn't at the table, I asked why, but already knew the answer.
My deepest sympathy to Bill, Sandy and the entire family. Please know our thoughts and prayers are with you.
l am sorry for the loss of Mr. Acord as we lived on Roberts directly across the street from him and Agnes and all the children 3715 to be exact it is no longer existing.
Our parents are no longer alive now Charlie and Angela Catalano to good neighbors.
Les and the Acords
we love you very much. May our parents all rest in peace.
Bill and sandy you are in darl and I prayers. Thinking of you in your time of loss
What nice parents you had! As Joyce said previously, your mom always had "As The Word Turns" on in the living room.
Both your parents left a mark on all of us girls as we were growing up. Very interesting to see your dad was from Waldron as I now live in Parkville and Waldron is a stones throw.
My condolences to all of you! And GOD bless