sue and majorie----Ben and I were friends for over 50 years---don't have words to say
Sue and Margie, What a handsome picture! I am sorry to hear of "Cousin Ben." He and your mother and my parents have lots of memories. I always enjoyed being around you all! My brother, John remembers the big train set he had. I am sorry to say I don't but that is a boy thing. Be sure to keep in touch.
Sue & Margie, I Am Sorry For Your Loss...You Are In My Thoughts.
Sue and Margie, our condolences at the loss of your Dad.
Our sincere condolences to Benny's loved ones. We knew Benny when he lived on 6th and East Avenue. He was a lot of fun. Bill and Jean Burney
Sue and Margie -- I'm so sorry to hear that you dad has passed. I know he is with your mom now, and they are both watching out for you. Be well. Suzanne
Deepest sympathy to Margie and Susie and the rest of the Preston family. I worked many days & nights with Ben at the EPD. He was a friend and a great guy.
Dear Preston Family,
I remember meeting my dads "Cousin Ben" when I was knee high. Well, I really remember a nice guy with a great train set in the basement! He always seemed like an uncle we didn't get to see enough. I loved his old Bonneville and always think of him when I see one. Not to mention Pepper always riding with him. We're very sad to hear of your loss. I'll throw an extra candle on my birthday cake next month 8/31 for Cousin Ben.
Dear Susi and Marjorie,
God Bless you both. Ben and Barb were dear friend of Tom and I. I loved them both. We live in fla. otherwise we would have been there' Love Tom and Carol Koenig
We were shocked to see your Dad had passed, we had the pleasure of meeting your Dad when he called us for computer repair. He had many good stories to share and it was always a pleasure to see him. May God comfort you in your time of loss.
Marjorie and Sue, we would like to send our condolences to you. We are very sorry for the loss of your dad. You are in our thoughts and prayers.