the internet is so amazing. I was searching for another old friend and found byron Bacon. Now if this byrons father built the Henderson bridge and the house at 1111 south Bedford. .....Then we where neighbors when we where 4 and 5 years old....Last time I saw him was in high school
Betsy Whittinghill email@example.com
I miss him so much, he taught me so much, more like a second dad, Love you always Mr. Bacon.
Jackie and Family
Paul and I will have so many great memories of Byron
that we shared together. Our hearts and thoughts are with
We will be in touch when we get to E'ville.
Marian Multi-List and Paul
I offer my sincere condolences to the family of Byron. I knew Byron around 55 plus years ago. I met him via Joe Fisher, now deceased. I haven't seen Byron since those days, when we met at the New Yorker downtown, and drank Moscow Mules. Wayne Alley also was in the group that attended these sessions. My name is Bill Wolf from Mt. Carmel, Ill. and I am saddened to learn of Byron's passing. His obit stirred up old memories of our younger days. I may be wrong, but I berlierve that he was attending Evansville College in those days, along with Joe Fisher. Anyway, I'm remembering him in my prayers.
Roger, so sorry to hear about your brother's passing and our thoughts and prayers are with you. Thank goodness for friends and the Internet we heard about your loss while we are hear in Newfoundland. John and Terry Bushey