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July 17, 2018

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July 28, 2016
While the last few years were tough as age took over Buster's health, he lived a long and meaningful life full of goodness and cheer. He was an exemplary role model and will be missed.
July 27, 2016
May the God of all comfort grant you peace at this difficult time.
July 26, 2016
To the Frank's Family,

I would have liked to attend the memorial service yesterday, but as most of you know I am the caretaker for my husband, Tom. Sure enough , I spent yesterday at emergency with Him.
Buster had a nice long life and luckily, he stayed active and healthy for most of it. I remember visiting Washington with my family when I was younger and have nothing but good memories. Buster and Arvis were always very welcoming. I can remember stopping at Deer Park with my friend Pam on the way back from Canada when I was older and had my little sports car. We rolled out our sleeping bags to sleep and had a couple good meals!
Mom and Dad loved Buster and Mom appreciated his and Arvis' visits when Dad was housebound and she was working. And thank you Steve for bringing them to visit in the later years.
I am thinking about my Aunt and Cousins. It is very hard when a spouse or parent dies. You will miss Buster terribly at first but that will subside with time. Then you will have an experience and it will remind you of him, something he did or said, and you will smile to yourself. He will always be with you. He was a good and loving person.