Dear Aunt Kay- You are in our thoughts and prayers. Bernie and I will always remember you and Uncle George being at our wedding and Uncle George giving me away, and our memories of visits with you in Bainbridge, Ohio and in San Deigo, California are all special.
Love, Nancy and Bernie Goodrich
My condolences. He was a wonderful and loving man.
Aunt Kay - I am truly saddened by the passing of Uncle Bud - he will be truly missed by many! I am so glad we got to spend some time together this summer! Wish I could be there for you at this time but I know you have many folks there to help you! My love and prayers to you!!!!
Dear Aunt Kay - No words can express the sadness of the loss of Uncle Bud. He was a wonderful brother, husband and uncle! Although our visits were infrequent and short - I cherish each moment I had with the two of you - especially this last one in Jul. I am sure Grandpa, Uncle Paul, Uncle Gilbert and Uncle Bud are having quite the time together.
My thoughts, prayers, love are with you as always.
Raelynn Bryan (Mona Cannell's daughter)
Dear Mrs Helling,
Please accept my condolences on the passing of your dear husband.
I was a Candy Striper under your directorship at Sharp Memorial Hospital in the early 60s and went on to become an RN. You were so gracious and helpful to me along with Miss Eberle.
You and your husband came to my wedding reception at my parents home in Oct. of 1970. I will always remember the lovely adage your husband quoted to me that day. It was in the aftermath of one of our terrible fires. I was afraid the day would be gloomy with smoke, but a gentle rain cleared the air. We were talking about it and your husband said, "Blessed is the bride the rain falls on." I was very blessed in my marriage as you so obviously were. I lost my dear husband far too soon, but he left a legacy of his memory, my wonderful daughter, and her two precious boys.
I cannot express my feelings in person today, but please know that I am thinking about you with prayers and affection.
Christine (Wilsey) Treadway
Rest in Peace Dear George.
I am so saddened to hear of the passing of George. I worked with George for the County of San Diego, and I will always remember him as a wonderful, generous, and loving person.
How can we forget those many dozens of Holiday cookies that he and Kay baked for us every year.
May he rest in peace and may his loving wife Kay find comfort in all of our never ending respect and love for George.
We're very sorry to hear about Uncle George. Our thoughts are with you during this difficult time. Wish we could be there to lend a hand.
Dearest Kay, it is with sadness that I read about George's passing. You both are so firmly in my memory bank from your years on Linbrook. You were such good friends and neighbors to my folks, Helen and Norm. Your enthusiasm for life and kind and generous ways were always an inspiration. I hope you are well and find peace in the long, productive life that you both have led. God bless you! Love, Sue