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April 26, 2015

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May 12, 2014
Bashaw family I am sorry to hear of your father's passing. May God continue to comfort you with memories of him. Julia Halle williams
April 26, 2014
Mr. Bashaw was and always will be a awesome teacher and mentor in my life. I have many fond memories talking to him either at the Geneva pool, Geneva High or even at Frank's Finer Foods. A true gentle and kind man that Geneva residents loved and cherished. He will be missed but always remembered fondly.
April 23, 2014
...a great dad, devoted husband and a really good friend to all that knew him. Truly one of the 'good guys' and he will be missed by all.

Doug and Lori Van De Mark
April 22, 2014
I had Mr. Bashaw as a teacher in the early seventies. He was very understated but got the point across. Mrs. Bashaw was brilliant as a teacher once you got to know her. She was bullied as a substitute but was a very intelligent woman and deserved more respect than she got. I learned a lot about life from them both.
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