Dear Patrick, Ralph, Connie and Family
So sorry to hear about Howard. We never knew him, but coming from a great family as yours we know he was a great person. Our heartfelt sympathy goes out to you and your family.
Vance & Sharron Smith
I am so sorry to hear about Howard and his wife. My sincere sympathy to their family, and his siblings.
Mrs. Keith Oborn
My condolence goes out to all of howards relatives. I remember a lot of good times riding in his cars,and in the tooele parade,going to his house for donuts,listening to Johnny Cash instead of Bing Crosby @ my house. he would play especially for me the songs old shep&don't take your guns to town son,I would get to see his car collection,and he was a ace mechanic. My dad is gone but him & Howard & I would go and look & buy cars.Howard help me get my first car,then we sold it to my Aunt Gloira, then bought another car. You know all my uncles where into cars,and all of them at some point in time help me $ took me for rides in there cars. You know old Dean,Howard,Max, like the ordinals, Ralph,Lynn in there custom 50 mercs. Dell in 60 convert impala,68 Camaro
, Floyd in those 40's. They were all instrumental in my car sickness. REST IN PEACE UNCLE UNCLE HOWARD, and to all my uncle's, aunt & cousins, I love ya all and I'm proud to be related to all of you Do-Rants&Rants&Rants , AS gramma Emily would say. Patrick D O'Hanlen