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May 28, 2016

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April 15, 2014
Sincere condolences to the Milliner Family, I remember Rodney and Calvin from the 60s and recall a party at their home..Mr Milliner was well respected and shall be missed...never knew about his military service..
April 15, 2014
To the family, our thoughts and prayers are with you The Hogans lived in the same neighbor hood and enjoyed knowing the family for many years . God Bless,Mike Hogan
April 14, 2014
Rodney and Calvin, you may not remember me. Dale Farrand, I used to live in Canisteo. I read of your Dad's passing. I only met him a few times at the Legion in Hornell. From what I read and did not know was that he was such a great person and should be well respected for his service to our country. I know that he was proud of you two. You have my deepest sympathy for a great man. Be proud that you had such a good Father.

Dale
April 14, 2014
There are so many memories but I guess the one I miss the most is when he would call me and say in a serious voice that he heard something about me and needed me to come over so we could talk about it. I would be so nervous and when I got there he would be sitting on the front porch. He would get up, look at me, go into the house and yell "Come in!!!" He would sit me down, look around the room and say we needed to go in to the kitchen to speak privately. By then I was ready to burst into tears and I still didn't know what I had done. He would lsqueeze my face and say "Someone told me you... NeededSomeOfMyFrenchApplePie." Then he would crack up laughing. He got me every year with that just because I didn't think he would keep doing it. Love you Uncle Calvin.
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