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July 31, 2015

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October 6, 2014
Mary and Gail, we just heard about this and are so very sorry. We have so many fond memories of your dad, and of living next door to you and your family. You are in our thoughts. Louie, Elma and Veronica Rico
September 14, 2014
Dad I miss you everyday. My life is so different without you. I found the perfect sign to put with the Callaghan sign, "Land of the free because of my dad." Msry
August 3, 2014
i just recieved the obituary of woody, oh my what a man. i knew him in the golden chat room. always a i .one in a million. i know all his family must be very pround of all that he had accomplished in his life time . and i am thankful he was my puter friend
July 6, 2014
Precious Woody has the Saints in glory singing Anchors Away. Once a sailor, always a proud sailor. A "tin can man" with a heart surely bigger than Texas. The world became a much better place the day he was born. His loving, throughtful, charming hearthad a way of making everyone feel mighty special. To really know him, was to LOVE him. Though his missed more than anyones words could express, Woody lives on in our hearts in the WW2 room, and in hearts throughout the land. The greatest generation, Woody made sure by creating the WWII room, that USA WWII Veterans will never be forgotten. Love you precious Woody. Miss your voice honey. -Sandralina
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