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June 15, 2013
You were truly a nice man and I always enjoyed seeing you every Sunday moring at church . I will miss coming in and shaking hands with you . And your big smile .. Anita White
June 15, 2013
Uncle Obbie, As a child you were always come to Grandma's house and make us feel important as I got older you would visit me when you could. The advise you gave me has never been forgotten and even though it has been years since I seen you I have remembered your spirit. You are with the ANGELS now and will bring happiness to heaven.
June 15, 2013
My Grampa was a great man. He was hard working, dedicated, a true man of his word. He knew what he liked and what he didn't and wasn't afraid to let people know, but that wasn't all he was.

My Grampa loved. He loved his friends, the church, and his brother. He loved his "babies" (grandchildren and great-grandchildren). He loved his daughters and son-in-law. But the love of his life was my Gramma, Judy.

My Grampa was a silly man who wasn't afraid to have a little fun. He tell you tales from his past so fully and so colorfully, you could see yourself there.

This note doesn't serve justice in showing how great of a man my Grampa was, but none could.

He is missed by so many people.

Especially me.

So I just have to say, I love you, you old coot. And I'll see you later.
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