To All, just wanted to say how sorry I am for your loss. I remember the first time Aunt Virginia stopped by our house in Detroit with Larry to introduce him to the family. They were so happy that day. And through all the years, whenever I saw them together, always devoted to each other in just the same way. With Deepest Sympathy & Love, Nancy
Dear Family, When I think of dad, I remember his sweet voice saying, I love you too, honey. Some years back I admired the pull out shelves he had built for mom in the Brooksville, Fl kitchen. He surprised me by builiding the same shelves for my kitchen. That was a truly great gift which just keeps on giving. Every day I open those shelves and think of him. He was a good father,and he was a good husband to mom for 39 years. They were a good team and saw each other through a lot of ups and downs. It is such a relief to know he is not suffering anymore. I will miss him. I cannot make the trip to Michigan so just know of my prayers and love for each one of you. May God bless you with his comfort and love as we grieve his loss together. With love in Christ, Kathleen
Dad, you will always be in my heart. Your strength and courage will live on with all of your children. May you rest in peace.