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January 11, 2014
Donna, you know that your Dad left you with many wonderful memories. It amazes me that such brilliant and talented people like your Dad can choose to focus on the things that encourage those around him to be the best they can be. He was a selfless person who lived a complete life with raising wonderful children with the love of a devoted wife. I also know Donna that your Dad would be forever grateful for the care and love you gave him.
January 11, 2014
Dear Donna:
I heard about your Dad's passing from my brother Tommy. I wish you all the comfort in these times and will pray for the repose of all your family's departed members. I surely remember all of the siblings and all the frollicking. God bless you.
January 09, 2014
Dear Donna and Mike, Thank you for writing a wonderful letter about your dad. My mom, Virginia, and brothers send their condolences to you both. Many wonderful memories stay with us today because we grew up in the same neighborhood with the Pulaski's. For me, the earliest memory is looking down the back row of spruce trees to see you all holding a rope tied to the phone pole as your dad was putting up your tree fort. Maybe your dog, Major, was along side, too...... 1964 maybe? The summer sounds of flying model planes on the Cross St. playground...round and round in circles Mr. Pulaski, Mike, and then Kevin would make them do loops and then land them carefully. Your dad's love of planes passed through your family and to your friends. As a steadfast model ship builder, Kevin worked me into building a few balsa planes with him in your cellar. Never got the knack of keeping the glue from getting everywhere and to keep wrinkles out of the paper covering.....but it was fun and memorable. Yes, the cellar shelves were filled with Mrs. Pulaski's canned vegetables and the dehumidifier made it dry and cool. Memories of seeing Mr and Mrs Pulaski on their long walks through town, their enjoyment of riding bikes.... It was fortunate for me to happen to drive by their home on Holy Saturday last spring. It was a sunny and mild day with snow on the ground still. Mr. and Mrs. were unloading their truck and I pulled into the driveway. I felt so welcomed when they smiled and shook my hand and greeted me and talked with me for a few minutes to tell me about their day. They'd just come back from a ride through the hill towns. They won't ever be lonely for each other again. We will always have our memories of our friends and family. We hope your memories of your family will always bring a smile to your faces.
Sincerely,
Tom Smith
January 04, 2014
As only you could do, you have written a beautiful tribute about your dad. Your parents raised a beautiful, giving (to a fault), daughter and I know you will carry on his love of country and family. With love, The Keoughs
December 31, 2013
I did not know your Dad as personally as some of the other members at the PVRCC club, but because I spent most of my time at the field, either mowing or flying the past several years, I did get to know your Dad and Sophie a bit. Your Dad never stopped asking questions about new technology or techniques when at the field, which showed the passion he had for the hobby, and I enjoyed talking to him about it. They were a wonderful couple, and I will deeply miss there daily visits to the field as i'm sure all of the members who knew them will also... So sorry for your loss.
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