God said to me one day when I was missing my loved one really bad. He said when you. miss them, just look in the mirror and you will see them.
Vicki and I were managers at The Marquette retirement facility when Melvyn cane to live there. Vicki and Melvin were good friend and they both loved to dance. If music was playing Melvyn was dancing, with someone or on his own it did not matter. Melvyn always had a big smile on his face and was a joy to be around. We are so very sorry for your loss and can only hope that all of the good memories of Melvyn will sustain you during this time of grief
Hello to the wonderful children of Mel. Fond memories of your entire family when we all lived on Laxton Rd. You children played with my children many years ago, Bob, David and Cathy Kane. Love to you three, Carol (now Cheney)
I will always remember Mel and the mischievous smile that he had. I think he had more fun in HS than most of us.I thank him for his service to our country in the marines and later to the Red Cross. May his legacy live on thru his children and their families and may the Lord give you peace and comfort.