Dear Katy and family.
Thinking of you during this difficult time. You and Lindy shared our great friends Walt and Zoe Kern. It was Walt who told us of an amazing builder who might come out of retirement to build our new home in Salmon Creek. Well he did just that along with your help and more adding his own handrubbed woodwook and extra closets anywhere he could make space!.He was a wise and wonderful man with great integrity and will be missed.
Dave and Brenda Pratt and family
Katie and Debbie: Sorry to hear about your loss. I remember Lindy around
the day care and church fixing things and teasing the staff and kids in
his gruff but playful manner. I'll be back in Vancouver in Dec. of this year.
Hope to see you. Love, Mickie Mathewson (e-mail is email@example.com)
Caro Zio Lindo,
dopo aver sentito tanto parlare di te, del nostro Zio d'America, ti abbiamo finalmente incontrato ed e' stato come se ti avessimo sempre conosciuto.
Ancora oggi ricordiamo la tua generosita', la tua bonta' e il tuo sorriso; ricordiamo le tue grandi mani come grande era il tuo cuore.
Non ti dimenticheremo mai. Riposa in pace. Sicuramente dal cielo continuerai a fare del bene.
Un forte abbraccio alla zia Katie che ha tanto contribuito a farci incontrare e alla tua grande famiglia. Un bacio grande a Leslie.
I tuoi nipoti in Italia.
Adalberto e Giuliana. Stefano. Andrea e Rosy con Aurora, Erica e Ettore
I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Lindy was a wonderful friend to Dutch and I. Your are in my thoughts and prayers.
With Love, Nancy Schram
You and Lindy have been important beyond measure to us personally, to the growth and ministries of United Methodist churches in Washington and especially to the Ocean Park U. M. Camp and Retreat Center on the Long Beach Peninsula.
Lindy’s extraordinary contributions were recognized at the U.M. Annual Conference level with the Bishop’s Award a few years back. We imagine that Lindy is reaping heavenly awards right now.
Lindy, Katie, and volunteers they recruited, were camp angels at Ocean Park constructing 3 buildings over the years. Lindy was famous for inviting generous donations from Vancouver area business contacts by telling the heartfelt story of “that poor little youth camp out at the beach” and its needs.
We have valued and cherished you both and your friendship and generosity for the many years we were directors at Ocean Park and the years that followed. Many nights you invited us stay with you while on Camp business in the city. We visited, laughed often and went to the steak house that was Lindy’s favorite in Portland. We have missed those times with Lindy these last years.
We love you, Katie, and will continue to stay in touch. Love and prayers to you and your family.