Donna, I don't know if you remember me or not but I hung around with you years ago at Franklin Monroe basketball games when Rick worked there and I was there watching my nephew Brian Myers play. Your dad's obituary caught my eye in the paper and I remember talking with him often when I would see him around Greenville. I am so sorry for your loss. Prayers to you and your family
Lisa (Lamb) Hartzell
To Donna, Derry, and Devin, I miss you all so much. Growing up with you as neighbors was a great part of my life, that I will never forget. I know you will get through this.Take care and God Bless You.
SO SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS.YOU ARE IN MY THOUGHTS&PRAYERS
We had some uproarious games of euchre that Dennis usually won. We'll miss him. . . we have missed him in these recent years. Now he and Bonnie are together again. Blessings to the family. Gwen and David Sailer
So sorry for your sudden loss, Dennis was a regular in the craft room at the Veterans Home and I enjoyed working with him almost every day. He was a good painter, and wonderful, joyous man. I will miss him dearly.
Diane Rego, Craft Care specialist