Dear Terry, Dorie, and Debi,
We were so sorry to hear of your dad's passing. It's never easy to loose a parent, and our thoughts and prayers are with you and your families as you grieve. It sounds like you were all so supportive and helpful to him. We hope you are able to find some solace in your happy memories of your dad.
Claudia and Robert Cobabe
We are so sorry to hear of your Dad's passing. Your love for him was obvious as we watched you do so many things for him and faithfully visit so often. We are there for you.
Alan and Denise
Dear Terry, Dorie and Debi,
May Memories of your Dad Comfort you " To remember is another way to love". Every time you recall your dad's laughter every time you find yourself doing something he taugth you or repeating something he used to say...everytime you think of him you bring your dad closer to your heart. We miss you Grandpa and love you, you're always in our hearts.
Always and Forever,
Your dad caregiver's , Shirley, Josh, Aireen, Fe and Julius
Dear Terry, Dory and Debi Every time you recall your dad's laughter, every time you find yourself doing something he taught you or repeating something he used to say. Every time you think of him you bring your dad closer to your heart. May Memories of your Dad comfort you " to remember is another way to love" Always Shirley, Josh, Aireen and Julius
Dear Terry, Dorie and Debi:
We are sorry to hear of your dad's passing. It sounds like he enjoyed retirement and kept active. We remember his kindness towards Aunt Bea and Erika. Hope you all are doing well.
Joe and Jackie Ferrell
Your father was a good man.His love for his family was beaytiful.
Lew was a special guy and a great friend. I'll never forget all the wonderful times on Lew's boat. I also enjoyed working with him in Real Estate. God bless the entire family.
Sincerely, Bob Bradarich
So sorry for your loss cousins Debbie, Dori and Terry. That you were near him in his final hours hopefully brought some comfort in some way to him.
I don't remember your dad real well. I just always remember one time I saw him in the driveway when we were leaving from a visit. He had his bathrobe on and was holding a cat. From your obituary it is obvious you had a loving relationship with him and that he was an honorable man. Doug Lebkuecher.
Zack's favorite kisser. We will all miss him
My condolences to all of Lews family and friends. I worked with Lew at both Western Airline and Local 2707
Time heals and the one's we love are never really gone, their memory and legacy lives on.
You had unrelenting love for your father and all the responsibilites of his health care. Everyone wishes they had a daughter like you--cherish his memory--he's at peace now. it's time for Debi to heal and have joy in her life with the birth of a new grandaughter.
God Bless you and your family