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July 16, 2018

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June 28, 2017
Chesley - My sincere condolences for the loss of your Dad. He and I worked together at Lovers Lane church doing church service broadcasts. He made sure they were the best on TV! He even quipped that we looked better than Robert Schuller (Crystal Cathedral in CA). We shared in our profession as I was a cinematographer here in Dallas. He was one of the very best portrait and children's photographers I have ever known. Moreover, he was a great friend. We have even done some cooking together for a number of special meetings at LLUMC. As others have said, his mashed potatoes were the very best! Please know how much he is missed and how much Katherine and I care about you in your loss. Gerald was very proud of you. He bragged about you all the time. Good luck in the new career! We're proud of you, too!
June 25, 2017
Gerald and I worked together as Shreveport Times' photographers. He was very, very witty and fun to work with. An incredibly good portrait photographer, he would school me about the great photographers of the past and how he was in awe of Karsh. Gerald's portrait of Maestro John Shenault (Shreveport Symphony conductor) was as good as a Karsh.
Gerald had the best medium format equipment available. It put our 35mm Nikons to shame. And it seemed he was always going to the Galleria in Houston to have his side work processed and printed. He did top of the line work from start to finish.
When I married, he invited my wife and me over for dinner. We made a fit over the potatoes and the way he prepared them. Forty two years later, we still refer to them as Gerald's potatoes when we fix them.
Gerald had a good radio voice and worked part time as an evening announcer at a religious radio station. I would call him and beg him to play a certain Christian comic's routine. He usually did.
He passed away much too soon. I am sorry for your loss.
June 24, 2017
We would like to express our condolences to the family, May you find peace and hope from our heavenly Father who binds up the broken-hearted. Psalm 94:17-19.
June 23, 2017
Chesley-I am so sorry for your loss. Please give Sandra a hug for me. Our son, Daniel, was the ring bearer in your mom and dad's wedding.
Love,
Jane Greer