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Neil was a very dear friend from High School days through our retirement years. We fist met in 10th grade at Randolph H.S. We graduated in 1951 and joined the Air Force at the same time. Many years later, during our retirement, we reconnected, along with our wives, and had many more good times together. Among our fondest memories are the times we shared wirh Neil and Jeri during our cruise to Alaska as we celebrated our 50th Wedding anniversary. Neil was a very dear friend and will be fondly remembered. With deepest sympathy to his wife and family., Bob and Pat Baker, Townville, PA.
Dear Gerri, Mark and Sarah, we are sorry to hear of Neil's passing, our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Please call anytime if we may be of any help to you.
Gerri, during the 80's I helped assure you things would be okay when you called seeking comfort about raising "wayward" teenagers. They grew up and make us proud now, just as I am sure you have many proud memories of your long and happy marriage with Neil. I pray God bless you and give you strength, to also comfort your children now, with their loss.
We will be seeing you this coming Saturday and available for anything.
Aunt Gerri, Mark and Sarah: We are so very sorry to not be able to be there with you at this sad time. Uncle Neil was a very special person and we enjoyed our time we had together in Yuma. I have many memories growing up of Uncle Neil. I remember him babysitting for us when I was little and it was around Christmas. He put toys in a pillow case and pretended to be Santa. I swallowed a button and he didn't know what to do, so he just kept feeding me bread. I guess that was to make sure the button didn't get stuck in my throat. He probably never forgot the time he was babysitting and Karin danced au natural on the roof when he was across the street for a party (outside where they could all see of course) with his friends. Another fun one was dancing the polka with him at Uncle Frank and Aunt Martha's wedding reception. Also the trips we took while in Yuma and playing golf, cards and eating together. He was a fun person and will be greatly missed. Our hearts and prayers are with you all. Love, Sherry and Jerry