Thanks so much, friends, for your kind words. We miss Dad, but also realize we were lucky to have had him with us for 87 years!
Dear Mrs.Purdy, Bronwyn, Jeryl, Kyle and family, I am so sorry to hear of the passing of Mr. Purdy. I remember the days back in Paris of Kyle and I driving him a little crazy, but also that he was always around and involved in what you all were doing. I am positive you have so many incredible memories to hold. I will keep him and you all in my thoughts and prayers.
Ken was kind and friendly with a warm and welcoming smile. We've missed him for a long time on Woodstock.
Bronwyn and Family,
You father sounds like quite a fellow! What a joy it must have been to have known him. May God grant you peace in the coming days, and may your sweet memories be a comfort to you.
Gene and Debbie Anderson
To Nick and all the family - I had the pleasure of meeting Mr. Purdy at a few of Nick's music concerts. He always had a beaming smile on his face, and was so charming and personable. All of you are in my thoughts and prayers.
Mr.Purdy was such a blessing! The only man who had a smile on his face everytime you seen him wearing his favorite "w" Hat. He is truely going to missed.
Dear Jeryl, Brownwyn, and Kyle,
I am so sorry to hear of your Dad's passing. He was such a loving force in your family. Growing up in Paris and going to Pat Mayse in the boat with all of you are some of my favorite memories. He was ever so patient with me and still loved me even though I never learned to ski!! He was dignified, funny, dependable and the ultimate good Daddy. I know you will miss him. Love to all of you! Peggy Clem Smith