How lucky was I to find a grade school best friend who also had a first class Dad. And family too. Your Dad was like a second father to me while we grew up together. Taught me to water ski behind your boat and how to play sheepshead at your kitchen table (I still walk an ace in three handed, something your Dad did on us all the time). He also taught me about faith and respect and hard work and the right why to treat your wife through the actions I witnessed every day growing up with Jay. I'm so thankful he was a part of my life growing up. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you during this difficult time. I'm sorry I can't attend the service due to a schedule that can't be changed but please know I will be with all of you with my thoughts and prayers. Jay if I can assist you or your Mom in anyway please let me know.
I will miss your smile and your sense of humor the most. I was always amazed that you had those two things throughout despite what you were going through. I love you so much and will miss you!
Jeff and family,
I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Your Dad sounded like a wonderful man. My prayers are with you all.
Amy (Elbert) Copps
Diane and family -
So sorry for your loss -
John and Dorothy Meyers
Dear Diane and family,
My sincere condolences to you. I always enjoyed the meal times and happy hours that I spent with Al at Peabody Manor. In the short time I knew him, I considered him a friend.
Sorry to hear of your loss. From everything I heard from my parents, Allen was a good man.
The Denny family would like to send our condolences to the Baudhuin family.Al used to cut our hair back in the late 60's and early 70's.Al was a very nice man.
Jeff and Family,
Sorry for your loss. Many prayers and thoughts coming your way.
So sorry for your loss. Thoughts and prayers are sent your way. May God see you through and walk beside you. We love you, Jeff, Lisa and family. The Schommers