To my cousin Isabel and family, We are so sorry for your loss and you have our sincere condolences from your primos Josie and Raul Regalado
How fortunate I am to have known Adolph, a gentle giant of a man!
Adolph was one of my mentors while I served in the U.S. Army. He gave me guidance and direction during the period I served. Adolph was a true leader and gave those around him inspiration.
My thanks to Isabel for sharing Adolph with his military 'friends' while supporting Adolph's efforts in serving our country. Adolph and Isabel were a perfect pair.
"They are not gone that live in the hearts they left behind." native American proverb
Rest in peace Adolph! You will be remembered.
Chapman Ranchos - California
Aunt Isabel and Family, We were so sorry to hear about your loss. We will keep Uncle Adolph in our thoughts and prayers. You have our sincere condolences at this time. Love, Porras Family, Martha, Raul, Christina, and Patricia
Mrs. Champion Our prayers are with you and your family. I will miss seeing Mr. Champions smiling face everyday going to the mailbox.We loved him but God loved him more. Your neighbor
If you complete the time and a dear person of ours goes, the sun loses her bill being warm and we mourn in the darkness of those dark days.
Adolph will always stay in our memory, especially when I think back to the wonderful time with my host family in El Paso.
In a quiet sympathy
Beate and Andy