I met D.A. at Castaways a couple of years ago. He was one of the finest gentlemen I've met. I will always remember his kind spirit and sense of humor!
When I started my working career it was at the old Naegele Outdoor Advertising Co. Mr. Sachs would come in or call quite often. Always such a nice gentleman, with pleasant words. During all this time (34 years to be exact), I have never forgotten him. My deepest sympathy to you.
Weezie this is Rhonda remember me! Im so sorry to here about mr Sachs! I loved him! Im living in Ca and my sister text me and told me...sorry for your lost he was a Father
Weezie: While I don't think I've ever met you, I knew your Dad very well. What a marvelous gentlemen and a man who really cared about so many things. I have appreciated his friendship over the years and I'm saddened to hear of his passing. I wanted to tell you, that while I don't think we've ever met, there was hardly a time in which I met or spoke with D.A. that he didn't mention you. So when you wrote, the you loved being the daughter of this man -- you can be assured the feeling, on his part, was mutual. J. Bruce Miller
Lois and I were not aware of DA passing-A really fine gentleman and always with a smile. Please accept our deepest sympathy
Your Dad was one of my first mentors in the Advertising Business and we remained friends throughtout my career and his. He was generous to the Louisville Community and will be missed. Please accept my deepest sympathy from both myself and Susie.
Your daddy gladdened the hearts of those around him. He often brought a smile to my face or that of our mother, Pat Stange Cole, at Jefferson Place as he told Sigma Chi and Centre football stories from their college days...I am so very sorry to hear the news of his death, but of one thing I am certain...he loved his daughter. May you be comforted by friends and family and the memories you cherish..Blessings and deepest sympathy
Weezie, we are deeply saddened to learn of your father's passing. We enjoyed knowing him over several seasons atThe Castaways. You have our deepest condolences.
Oh Weezie, my deepest sympathy to you. I know how very close you were to your father, how he adored you, and what good you care you took of him. I'll let the other Life Members of Ad Club know right away. He was perhaps our most respected and well-loved member.
Please accept my deepest sympathy, Weezie. What a fabulous life he lived!
Thank you for your service to our country. Rest in god's eternal peace. From a grateful American.
Weezie- Please know you are in my thoughts. I have many fond memories of both of your parents and especially their place in my childhood. Much laughter came from your house. Much love, Anne McCall (Wilmington, NC)
My sincere sympathies to you. I worked briefly with your dad when Bob Farmer bought the Becker Agency but I often saw him at various events and he would still visit us at Farmer Communications. DA was warm, friendly and had a great sense of humor, always smiling. I'm happy to have known him. Dave Sonnheim
Weezie, Sincere sympathy and love. Your parents were special people. Now DA is in heaven with Ellie and you carry the family name. DA was a fabulous friend, father, and ambassador for the city. We send our love to you and sincere sympathy. Kathryn Ades