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Alvin D. "Skip" Bachman Jr. 1947 - 2013

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Alvin D. "Skip" Bachman Jr.

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December 24, 2013
We were born 12 days apart, and met in high school. He was that strange fellow who played Abraham Lincoln so well!!! Meeting him again later in life, we became good pals, spending many hours of fun at "SKIPS" ,with lots of laughter! He had a great laugh, usually at MY expense, and I loved it! Our family had a very high regard for Skip, he was a good man, with a kind heart, and an excellent businessman. I thought he would live forever......the thought of loosing him never crossed my mind. He was a special friend, and I will miss him. I am sending love to Lori and all the family. Sue Wood
December 24, 2013
A well respected man in our community. We will miss you skip. Your family is in my prayers.
December 24, 2013
We will meet again my dear friend. So many memories.
December 24, 2013
Skip, a friend since second grade, you will be missed by your numerous friends.You were truly a great Business man,I will remember all the fun we all had at the Papillion, Where you found your nitch in life. Those were the days! I as an old classmate will always remember you, a kind smile, a soft hell-o, how ya doin? I remember the teacher that nick named me dc. because every time she would say dwain or duane we would both answer, and you always reminded me of those days by calling me DC, with that smile you were so lucky to have. I truly send my sympathy's to your family and your closest friends. Semper fi, HOORAH!!!!! Thank you for your service to your country in Viet Nam. May you always rest in Peace.
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