Dear Sis and family, I am very sorry to hear about your loss of Spike. He was a wonderful neighbor, so proud of his beautiful porch garden and always ready to chat about his golfing plans.
I miss your presence.The house is not the same since you two have left. My thoughts and good wishes are with you, Sis.
We are so sorry to hear of Spike's passing. We shared many happy times as neighbors on Wetherly Drive.
We think of you often and hope you are doing well.
Harriet and Harold
I met Spike on the Lynn beach 11/10/96. I commented on his hat and said "Happy Birthday Marine". He was so touched as it was the first and only comment he received from a civilian that day. Every year on November 10th I would call him to say 'happy birthday'. For the past two years I have not been able to track him down until I googled his name today and read his obit. I am so profoundly sad at the loss of my beloved Marine friend. Semper Fi
With extreme gratitude for your service, Spike. God rest your soul.
WWII Marine, 2nd Division, South Pacific
Sorry to hear of Spike's passing... I used to live in the attic apartment on Cherry Street... He was a kind soul.
I knew Spike for at least 60 years, and he was a great guy. Elaine and I wish to send our heartfelt condolences to the entire family.
Elaine and Don Finegold
Dear Sis, David, Andy, Lilli, and Scott -- I'm so sorry for your loss. I always liked Spike -- thought he was wise and witty and the most open-minded of my parents' friends. My thoughts are with you. Fondly, Joan Axelrod-Contrada
Dear Cousins Sis, David, Andy, Lilli and Scott,
I am so sad to hear of dear Spike's death. You have all been through so much these past couple of years. I will always remember his smiling face and his expressions of warmth and kindness to my family and me.