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November 12, 2018

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September 7, 2018
Tracy & Mike,
I am so sorry to hear that your father has passed. You both were so selfless with the care, time & love you gave him. May he rest in peace & you find peace. Love, Stacy
September 7, 2018
He had a rich life, made all the better for his wonderful daughter (and family). Now he is at peace.
September 5, 2018
Thank you, Dad,
for all the years of loving guidance,
insight, and wisdom.
Thank you for your caring,
patience and gentle spirit.
You gave me so much strength and support.
I am who I am because of all you've done and been for me.
I'll always be grateful and I'll always love you.
Your only daughter,
Tracy
September 4, 2018
Dad was so witty and entertained us every day with laughter. For example...Dad always enjoyed being around dogs, whether it be our family's dogs or neighbors' dogs. He kept dog biscuits in the garage to give to the neighbors' dogs when they came around to visit him. On one occasion in Cary, Dad and his daughter, Tracy, visited the SPCA. She stepped away for a minute and when she returned, he said, "I talked to the staff and they said I could trade you in for a dog."