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August 19, 2018

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December 3, 2017
Howard touched the hearts of all of us at Avonlea Adult Care Home. He confided that it took him a long time to become the kind of person he wanted to be, but he was glad he lived long enough to figure out some important things. The Howard I knew was someone I liked from the moment I met him many years ago. He always made me smile and he soon became one of my favorite people, just as he became beloved by his fellow residents, their families and all of us who provided his care. Howard treated each one of us with respect, thoughtfulness and humor; and what a great sense of humor he had! He liked to rib people and he could take a good ribbing as well as he gave one. He enjoyed making people laugh and I saw him put a smile on people's faces wherever we would go, whether it was the Dr.'s office, the barbershop or just out and about. Howard had a great memory for names and would pleasantly surprise the medical aides in each office by remembering their names months after having first met them. He endeared himself to our staff by giving them each a special nickname, which they happily adopted. Although we miss him, we feel blessed that Howard chose us as his caregivers during his passing on time; and he will always hold a special place in our hearts.
December 2, 2017
Howard touched the hearts of all of us at Avonlea Adult Care Home. He told me it took him a long time to become the kind of person he wanted to be, but he was glad he lived long enough to figure out some important things. The Howard I knew was someone I liked from the moment I met him many years ago. He always made me smile and he soon became one of my favorite people, just as he became beloved by his fellow residents, their families and all of us who provided his care. Howard treated each one of us with respect, thoughtfulness and humor; and what a great sense of humor he had! He liked to rib people and he could take a good ribbing as well as he gave one. He enjoyed making people laugh and I saw him put a smile on people's faces wherever we would go, whether it was the Dr.'s office, the barbershop or just out and about. Howard had a great memory for names and would pleasantly surprise the medical aides in each office by remembering their names months after having first met them. He endeared himself to our staff by giving them each a special nickname, which they happily adopted. Although we miss him, we feel blessed that Howard chose us as his caregivers during his passing on time; and he will always hold a special place in our hearts.