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March 16, 2010
Would that everyone could grow old as gracefully as your father. He was such a charming and handsome man, even at 90, and you made a great pair. I was always delighted to see him at La Mora and was so glad he followed right along to Giacomo. My favorite recent memory is one day when you asked him if he wanted a glass of wine with lunch and he said something like "What do you think?" He was a treasure, as are you. Sincerest sympathy to you and your family, Lynette, and lots of love.
March 16, 2010
Would that everyone could grow old as gracefully as your father. He was such a charming and handsome man, even at 90, and you made a great pair. I was always delighted to see him at La Mora and was so glad he was able to follow right along to Giacomo. My favorite recent memory is one day when you asked him if he wanted a glass of wine with his lunch, with a twinkle in his eye he said something like "What do you think?" Sincerest sympathy to you and your family, Lynette, and lots of love.
March 15, 2010
I met Hawk in the Nomads booth at the OTC just after he retired from Ideco. We struck up a friendship, and he started a short new career at Venturetech for about a year. Times were bad, but Hawk sold us a very big order of drilling machinery for the north slope of Alaska. He still enjoyed working and would have been glad to stay on, but Dell came down with MS so he went home to take care of her. He cared for her full time until she passed away many years later. That was obviously a very difficult life, but you’d never know it talking to him. He not only never complained, he always had a great attitude, smiled and laughed a lot, and enjoyed life. He was a fine example of how a man should live life, and I’m proud to have been one of his friends. God bless you, Hawk.
March 15, 2010
To the Hawkins's family I express my deepest condolences, please take confort in John 28 & 29 my prayers are with you.
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