Three months since you are gone, almost four now. We miss your laughter every day. Cannot imagine how Mom is making it through this but we are helping her as much as we can. Miss you big guy.
Miss you Dad, so glad we have your pictures here. It is so nice to see your smiling face every day. Taking care of Mom.
Miss you Albert Z. Wish you were here. We will all be missing you a whole lot this Christmas. Just posted a note on Frank's memorial,too and let Pete and LuAnn know that we are thinking of them.
I will miss you forever. We are trying our best to take as good care of Mom as you did.
Thanks to all of you for the lovely cards. As a little girl I was a “Daddy's Girl” - and then growing up – I often referred to my father as a “Jewish Mother “ He was the one who pushed us to make better grades, go out and see the world – head to college, read more, etc. He was also the one who kept us laughing over the years,taught us to ride bikes, hike in the hills, swim, ice skate - the whole she-bang. He and my mother had been together for around 70 years so we have her tucked away in our guest room – and she is a great house guest. If you want to watch 70 years flash before your eyes click on the video link. The old picture with the guy with the handlebar moustache and the hippy young lady – are my father's parents who were at that time recent immigrants from Europe. They got here just Before WW1 got started. ( what timing?)
There were so many fun moments with my Dad, right up until his 88th birthday, which I am so glad we were there to see.
Again thanks so much for the lovely cards.
Felt he was my uncle also John my husband and our children visited and loved to spend time with them He was God father to David our son and had the pleasure of going to all of their anniversary parties John passed away but our children all went to their 65th anniversary two years ago so thankful love goes to Aunt Jo and all the family Nancy Orban
I joined the Balogh family in 1980 and immediately was welcomed with open arms. Al was a great father-in-law and made me laugh often. He was funny, creative, a wonderful grandfather, and a special person all around. I will miss him!
I lived in Jensen Beach from 1992-1997 & met him at his neighbor Geri's house. He gave me a little wooden carved hummingbird that hangs on my Christmas tree every year. He was indeed a very special gentleman!! May god comfort you in this time of loss.
Thank you all so much. He was a great father. Strict, but loving and fun. He gave us a true appreciation of family and friends and what really matters in life. He made us know that he expected us to do our best. We are all going to miss him.
Please accept my heartfelt sympathy. Wishing you peace in this difficult time
Deepest sympathy to Mr. Balogh's family. I met Mr. Balogh on Honor Flight. A dear friend of mine was his guardian. He was an inspiration! (I love the fish he created!) God Bless.
With Deepest Sympathy to the Entire Balogh Family,
Love Jami, Holden and Bronson Smith