Dear Aunt Bea,
I can't begin to express my sadness over Uncle Dicks passing.To know that he is finally without pain and illness is a blessing. To know he is with Grandma and Grandpa, and Uncle Bobby, is another blessing. To know he is happy and at peace is the greatest blessing of all. He was the kind of Uncle everyone wishes they had, and I was the lucky one to be blessed with him in my life. I am so grateful that we got to spend time together in March at Moms 90th, and that he was able to meet my whole family and grandchildren...McKenna was talking about him today, so please know he made an impression on her at such a young age! I treasure the wonderful memories of him, as they are now my treasures. He will be missed, and always be loved!!
Love and Prayers to everyone,
Patti and Bill
Dear Mrs. Glatz, Ann and Bob: I'm sorry to hear about your loss. I have many fond memories of Mr. Glatz, his tricks and growing up together on Albion Ave. May he rest in peace. Lynn Mikulski Conway
Dear Mrs. Glatz, Ann and Bob: I'm sorry to hear about your loss. I have many fond memories of Mr. Glatz, his tricks and growing up together on Albion Ave. May he rest in peace.
May the light and love of God be with you and your family at this time of sorrow and sadness. You were a beautiful and loving person and caring father.
Dear Aunt Bea, Bob and Ann, We're so sorry for your loss. There are so many memories of Uncle Dick, his laugh, his jokes, and his tricks with Otis. I know he and my Dad are enjoying reminiscing over a cold beer with the other angels. Love and prayers to you all. Paula, Mark, Laura and Andrew