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April 11, 2014
I never had the privilege of meeting Mr. Kennedy in person but have heard many wonderful things about him from my close friend, Judge Jo. From reading the obituary, he seems to have had a wonderful life and I know he will be greatly missed. God bless all of you at this time. You have my prayers.
April 7, 2014
You wrote a lovely obituary Kimy. Of course no one is surprised, but truly, very real and simple and exquisitely beautiful. Our dads were both born in 1924, I had not realized that until today. My dad was born in Gratis and moved to Atlanta in the very early 50s. It's likely they would have had much in common, including little girls late in life. Maybe they'll meet in heaven and share a few stories, play some bridge with the wives...take a look down at their girls and claim who has the greater bragging rights. Love to you my sweet and talented friend.
April 7, 2014
I'm so sorry for the loss of your dad. I don't know any of your family but want to just say that what you wrote about your dad was the best I've seen. All your words expressed the love you have for him. I like the fact that you called him 'daddy' in the AJC.
I too loved going to the hardware stores with my dad when I was a kid in Memphis. Every time I go into one now I think of the times I went with my dad. My mother was born in 1924 as was your dad. She is still living. My dad was born in 1920. In 1966 he was transferred to Atlanta. I still live here. My dad was in the Army in the forties. He passed away in Jan. 1992.
Again, I'm so sorry you lost your dad.
All the memories of him will help you during this sorrowful time.
Laurie Early
Tucker, Ga.
April 6, 2014
Don't know you nor your Daddy, but having been raised in a military family (Air Force), I tend to read a lot of obits concerning vets. Your love
for him was shining through your words and I thoroughly enjoyed
reading it. I love how us daughters always refer to our dads as "Daddy" instead of Father and our Moms
referred to as Mother and not
Mommy. At least for me. Your parents are together again - God bless
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