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Betty Taylor and Wally Boag

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June 30, 2012
To The Taylr and Boag Family, we wish to

exress our deepest condolences.

2 Kings 4: 32-37
November 07, 2011
That is a impressive record for both Miss
Taylor and Mr. Boag. They evidently were a great team.To have them fall asleep in death at almost the same time is remarkable. I hope the family and friends can remember all the fun times while watching them preform it must have been a special treat. May they rest in peace until the Lord says "WAKE UP"
October 16, 2011
Thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories be pleasant and God's promise sustain you. Acts 24:15
June 09, 2011
Wally Boag was an amazing guy and part of "The Greatest Generation," as was my own Dad, Bill Powers. It was great to see that Wally lived a long life, like my Dad. We enjoyed him as a performer several times during the late 50's and early 60's, at the Bird Cage Theater, when I was young. Later my Dad met up with him by coincidence at the Fullerton Golf Course and played with him in a Senior Men's Group. He would tell me that Wally would share his stories of performing at Disneyland and also of mentoring a young Steve Martin. My Dad ended up moving to Laguna Woods and sadly passed away last July at a month away from 91. It is my hope that Dad and Wally will be able to play golf again in heaven together. My prayers go out to his wife, children and grandchildren in their loss of a wonderful man. May their beautiful memories and God's promises of eternal life see them through.
June 08, 2011
Best regards...Pat Martin Danville, Va.

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