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October 26, 2006
Ms. Boone, Andrea, Jo-"Jet", My deepest condolences go to you and please, please, please accept my apologies for not being in contact sooner. I learned sooo much about history of our people from our trips to Selma and conversations while cutting Rev. Boone's hair. The imprint has been left on my heart forever. You are in my prayers and know that I love you.
October 16, 2006
Thanks for everything.
October 2, 2006
Very recently, in the pages that I am writing for my grandchildren to record my family history, I wrote about Rev. Boone. I was a teenager in the 1950s when Rev. Boone was appointed pastor of our Church in Anniston. He made a deep impact on my life then and that influence has continued throughout my life. I have never forgotten him. He formed a Junior Choir and, though I was not the world’s best piano player, he permitted me play for this choir, treating me as if I was a professional musician. It is still amusing to think of some of the “bad” kids, including my youngest brother, whom he convinced to join the choir. I don’t remember that the church had Vacation Bible School before he arrived. He also provided camping trips for some of the young people. I was just a little bit too old, and felt envy of those who did travel to the Birmingham campground. Rev. Boone had a warm charm which commanded our respect. His sermons were memorable, as was his eulogy at my father’s funeral. After all these many years, I am able to think of him as a man of integrity, wisdom and good will. We loved him! That’s just it! My condolences are offered to Rev. Boone’s family. Thank you for sharing him with us.
July 28, 2006
To the Boone Family:

May you find comfort from the scriptures: II Corinthians 1:3,4
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