Dutch - I will miss our lively get-togethers in the Northex at St Mark's. I will always remember you as a dedicated man and public servant, as well as God's servant. Your love for St Marks and the good it did for so many is already legendary. I shall also always relish the fact that you and I also served this great country in the uniforms it provided us, and somehow, we both managed to make Lt Colonel before we were done. We will always have that in common. Rest in His loving arms for eternity, my friend. I miss you.
Sir,I would just like to say thank you for your years of dedicated service and sacrifice for our Country when you served in the U.S. Army-especially during the Vietnam War. And to your Family and loved ones, I wish to extend my deepest sympathy.
Our sincere condolences to the family. Just the other day as I was cleaning out some boxes, I found one of the crosses that Dutch had made for us during confirmation. These have always been special but now they truly have new meaning. Prayers to you all.
I shall miss Erwin. We grew up in San Angelo together and had plenty of good times. I know of his health issues during past several years and was amazed at his courage in fighting back.
my sincere condolances to Jakc and Gayle and the family.
Your dads life is a celebration of a hero
who fought for our country's freedom. These men of valor need to be recognized for what they did. God Bless Les and Tome Landis
My condolences to Barbara and the family. Dutch was a great man who had a great faith and a wonderful testimony! I enjoyed working with him when we were both Care Chaplains at St. Mark's. He made a difference in our daughter Rachael's life when we first moved to El Paso, as he welcomed her into his Bible class, as she was going through a difficult time making the transition to living in a new city and state. I am sad and also happy that we will meet again in Heaven. Godspeed, my friend!