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December 06, 2016

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November 13, 2016
November 13, 2016
DEAR JOHN, JUST A NOTE MEANT TENDERLY FOR A SWEET AND CARING MAN. THANK YOU SO VERY MUCH FOR BEING A WONDERFUL NEIGHBOR TO MY GRANDPARENTS ALL THOSE YEARS: GLENWOOD & ZELMA SUNDERLAND WHO, LIKE YOU WERE HONEST GOOD PEOPLE AND THR BEST OF NEIGHBORS AND FOR THE LAST 19 YEARS BEING THE SAME AND ALSO FRIEND FOR MY DAUGHTER ALISON AND TERRY. I KNOW THEY ALREADY MISS YOU AND MY DAUGHTER ALISON IS HEARTBROKEN, THERE WONT BE ANOTHER TO TAKE YOUR PLACE JOHN. GOD BLESS YOU AND I KNOW YOU ARE WITH ALL YOUR HEAVENLY FAMILY.
THANK YOU FOR BEING THERE FOR ALL MY FAMILY WITH YOUR GOODNESS.

DIANNA SILVERMAN
November 11, 2016
John; may God Bless you and your family. It seems as if I grew up hanging around your shop while you and my dad figured out how to plumb another crazy custom home. I hope you always knew how much my dad and I respected you and cherished your friendship. I remember my wife and I digging through all the junk plumbing fixtures trying to put together our first house as cheaply as possible and after we dug until we had most everything you gave it all to us to help out. I can't imagine a Kenneth Payne Custom Home without a John Boles Plumbing truck parked in the yard, they always seemed to go together. Again; God Bless my friend and look up my dad when you get to Heaven.
November 9, 2016
Rest In Peace John. Thank you so much for hiring my dad in 1969 and teaching him the awesome trade of plumbing. You started the Freeland family plumbing tree. The Lord brought home one of His greatest plumbers. See you soon brother.
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