I knew Roman many years ago and liked him very much. Rest in peace, Roman.
Today I will say "Bye Roman" for the last time. I will miss your visits and all of your stories but I think I will mostly miss your quick wit and that dry sense of humor. You always made me laugh. And yes Roman, I will even miss your stubborn ways. Wright, Camille and I are forever grateful for the many steps that you took for our mom. We will never forget how good you were to her and how much she loved you. I will always be thankful for the remarkable care and comfort that you gave to your mom, my Grandma in her last years. I will always remember and admire you for that. I love you and will always miss you. Bye Roman, rest in peace.
Sorry to hear of Roman's passing. He was a quiet man, but a good neighbor.
I miss you Roman. But Im glad your with grandma, grandpa, dad and the rest of your family. I know you won't be alone ever again, or ever have another worry. So rest in peace. Until we meet again.
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