Flo and Family,
Your Dad always had a smile of Love .Lexi was at my house one day she
said Jun 'Grand 'Paw Ate My Candy. I said he was hungrey far candy.
Lexi said I had two candy it was ok far him to have one,that is what
LOVE IS GOD ! Wilmer Jun Blanchard,Jr. (Catahoula)
To The Family of Clifton Bourque:
We would like to extend our heartfelt sympathies to all of you at such a difficult time. Mr. Clifton was such a nice man. Find comfort in knowing that he is in a better place now, resting, and not suffering. Keep the faith and know that God will take you to it and then get you through it. Please know that you are in hearts and in our prayers. Love,
Paulette, Gary, Jacob, and Jordan Prince
Please accept our most heartfelt sympathies for your loss… our thoughts are with you and your family during this difficult time. Paw, my memories of you are old, but fond ones. I will always remember your smiling face.
Deanna and Trisha: My heart aches for you. May the not-so-happy memories of these last few weeks fade and be replaced vividly by memories of happier times with your Dad. When I think of our childhoods, I see our Dads together at the "old time bazaar" manning the beer booth for the volunteer firemen. Am I remembering correctly that they wore hideous red slicker suits with their names on them? I see your Dad was a Schlitz man, too. Maybe everyone was back then. Mrs. Flo - the ladies of Coteau Holmes are a great support group and they make great coffee. I will never forget all the good your family has done for mine. Call us if we can help. - Amy
Paw, you were such a wonderful man. Always smiling, always making everyone around you smile. We always enjoyed visiting with you. We will miss you dearly. We know that your resting now, and may you look over us each and every day. You will be carried in our hearts.
Love You Always.