Just learned of Warren's death and so very sorry to hear. Although we didn't see each other very often (last time at Souix Falls reunion), I have very fond memories of him. When we lived in SD and also when he visited us in GA, he was very kind and loving to a much younger (9 1/2 years ) cousin. Mary Louise and I send our love and condolences to you and to all of your family and do sincerely wish that we could see each other more often.
May God bless you and keep you.
Bobbie & Family
I was sorry to hear of Maynard's passing. Bobbie, I have known you and Maynard since moving to the Chalet. We shared a lot of good times together at pot lucks, happy hours and swimming. It is Maynard who taught all of us ladies to play poker, not just one game but numerous. It was fun times on Wednesday nights! He will be missed! My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this difficult time. Cherish your memories!
Work those heads. I will never forget.
Dear Bobbie and family--
We were so sad to learn of Maynard's passing. As you know he was, for a long, long time a major part of our lives as has been yourself. It was Maynard who encouraged us as new dancers to stick with the program. His enthusiasm for square dancing was so contagious. We have enjoyed your friendship over the years and now grieve with you. We will keep you in our prayers pray for God's peace to be on you all.
Scotty & Shirley Marriner
Dear Bobbie and Kids: We just recently heard the sad news of Maynards' passing. Please accept our deepest sympathy for your loss. Our families shared many happy memories over the years together. Your family has always been very close to our hearts. I know Dad felt as close to Maynard as a brother. We wish we could be there to give support and comfort to your family, but circumstances won't allow that. Our prayers and love our with you always. Remember Families are forever. Love George, Myrna, Deb,& Skip.