Please accept my sincere sympathy in the loss of your beloved Mother.
I first met your mother in 1971 when she started to work at Falk when she and Mr. Dallmeyer shared office space with us in the distribution center on Ave M. Even after they moved to southwest Arlington, we remained both colleague and friends. When she decided to retire, I was very fortunate to be offered the position. After her rtirement, she lived very close to the office and would often stop by to chat or go to lunch. We enjoyed a lot of good times, a lot of laughs and many conversations on how we thought things should be. And yes, I probably know more about the four of you and the first the first few grandchildren then you would like for me to know as we often discussed our kiddos. But rest assured, I won't tell anyone.
I will always treasure the friendship we had. I wish for each of you strength and peace during this time. Hold on to your memories for comfort as memories are the legacy of love.
With sincere sympathy,