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December 08, 2016

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December 08, 2016

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September 13, 2016
There once was a man from Sun City
whose wife is really quite pretty.
His laughter and jokes
touched all kinds of folks.
We'll always enjoy he was witty.

Love to you all from the Pappas family
August 31, 2016
Dottie,
Thinking of you and your family. What a pleasure it was to have known Charles. Bart and Helen enjoyed his friendship and spoke of him fondly. He was a remarkable man: kind, intelligent, innovative, and had a wonderful sense of humor. We all will miss him. Treasure the wonderful memories that you have been blessed with. Hugs to you!
Leslie and Steve Bartley
August 30, 2016
My parents were fortunate enough to have Charles and Dottie Hedges as dear friends. They golfed, socialized and traveled together regularly for many years and very much enjoyed eachother's company. Dr. Hedges got such a kick out of my Dad, Larry Clark, and he would really chuckle at some of my Dad's antics! At one point, I was lucky enough to work for Dr. Hedges for a period of about 4 years and got to see up close his gentle rapport with his patients and his brilliance as a doctor. I'll never forget one of his funny lines uttered nearly every day as lunch time came around. "Well, guess I'll go and strap on the old feedbag!" And, off he would go to the St. Joseph Hospital cafeteria. He will be missed. Hank and I send our condolences and love to Dottie and his beautiful girls.
August 22, 2016
Judy, Liz and Emily,
I am so sorry to hear of your family's loss. Your Dad was a kind, gifted, lovely man with a terrific sense of humor. What a wonderful legacy he gave the world in the three of you. He will be missed. I am so glad to have known him. Hugs to you all, your Mom and your families.
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