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July 20, 2018

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December 1, 2017
I had the pleasure of getting to know Gus during several family events and holidays. From the very first moment that I met him, I could tell that he was a wonderful, honest, hard-working, and genuine man who was loved very much by his family and would do anything for them. Gus was a role model, and I will always have so much respect for him. My deepest condolences to his family and to all of those whose lives he touched..
November 30, 2017
will think of Gus fondly and often

Mary Bentson
November 30, 2017
To Mary and family
I am so very sorry to read of he passing of your husband and Father always such a wonderful gentleman who truly love his Mary I knew him for many years at the Revere senior Center as a participant during certain times and again always truly a kind man Sincere thoughts are with you Mary but please take comfort in know Gus is safe at home with Jesus
thinking of you at this time
always Lois
Lois E. Diamond
former Program coordinator
at Rossetti-Cowan senior center
Revere Ma
November 29, 2017
My memories of Dad bring me joy! I remember so many wonderful things with Dad over the years. All of the holidays - in particular our Thanksgiving long weekends in Chicago and Christmas time at their house, the birthdays dinners and drinks at the Border Cafe, the graduations and weddings, and all of the very special family time we had. Family was the most important thing to Dad. His wife, my Mom, his children and grandchildren. That is what Dad lived for. He would do anything for the family. Dad loved a lot about life, he was so proud to be a Navy veteran he wore his Korea Veteran hat everywhere, he loved baseball especially the red sox, and he loved playing cards especially poker. I will always remember and cherish our regular poker game with Dad, Mom and the guys, and our trips to Foxwoods. And so many fond memories of when we were young and Dad always being there of us at games or pitching batting practice. Too many great memories to mention.
Dad's battle with cancer cannot take away from all of these positive memories. Dad truly did have a great life, and that is what I will always remember.