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August 17, 2018

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February 27, 2016
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March 15, 2013
Mar. 15, 2013

Dad, Hard to believe that we lost you 4 years ago on Feb. 27th. I miss you every day. There are so many "special" things of yours that you gave me before you passed that are constant reminders. Some reflect your uniqueness, like your "Old Fox" license plates (many of us in the family have one), the special pieces of furniture you made: the pine end table in my living room, the large bookcase in my office, the large glass top table that I used to keep my collection of ceramic "knick knacks" purchased at Woolworths when I was little (I was a collector then and now), your diverse collection of foxes from little fox magnets to large 1 ft. by 2 ft. statues (I have the silver one in my bedroom), the grandkids play with the stuffed ones when they are here, all sizes of ceramic ones on top my curio cabinet, along with the preserved duck and the little white "Willie weasel that you acquired while hunting, the 3 sets of deer antlers on my porch, the American flag folded in it's display case in my dining room from your service in the Navy, and various framed pictures of you and Mom here and there in the house and in the Greenwood albums" that John and I both have. Those are just a few of the treasures that keep your memory alive. Kevin asked me for the carved wooden " Old Foxe's Den" sign that hung over the door of your den for so many years. Now it hangs over Susie and Kevin's den door, and it will evoke memories of the special times that he, Brendan, John and Pat spent with you and Mom there by the fireplace. Sometimes when a bunch of us came to visit it wasn't big enough to hold us all! The Old Fox sign will be passed on for future Greenwood's to enjoy. Well, I just felt I wanted to share what was in my heart tonight. There are so many things I intend to share about you and our family, but enough for tonight. Sometimes I wish we would've been able to spend more time together when I was young, but I have to be thankful for the time we DID have. It's funny that we only seem to realize how much we loved someone until we lose them. Then we realize all time we took for granted that can't be replaced. It's OK though, because it only makes the time more special. Four years ago, I lost you, but will always hold deep in my heart. I love and miss you and Mom so much. Your daughter "Sis"
January 30, 2013
Dad, It will have been 4 yrs. ago on Feb. 27th that you left us, and I miss you more than ever. Every time I drive by our old house in Greenfield, I think of when we first moved there and we "carved" a road from our house to Grange Rd. through our back woods. It was a hard job, and I don't know how we all did it. We must've had help, but I don't remember who. I DO remember having fun walking through from our end to the other, and stopping to sit under a tree at the half way point to just be alone for awhile. I remember the grape vine in the back yard by the cellar door, and the willow tree near the old red garage. Your special home made bird feeder you named "Ralph's Diner", I think. It was just outside the kitchen window, and you and Mom loved to feed and watch the birds all the time. There were some special ones you looked for, but I can't remember their names right now. There's many other special places at the old house, but I'll try to continue this soon, as it is good to remember.....I miss and love you Dad and Mom. Jo