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December 20, 2014

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April 19, 2014
During my growing up years dad was the guy that played with us after dinner, had us work with him in his amazing garden, and took family vacations. We went to National Parks and always took the nature tours. He would walk around with us in the evenings and teach about the plants, birds, and wildlife we saw in our yards and neighborhoods. It was only as a mature adult that I began to know him. Hearing of his days in the children's home, his adventures in the merchant marines, his many jobs to make it
through to his PhD, his advancement in Union Carbide, and his awesome ability to keep in touch with his friends from the children's home on. He thought his wife and my mother Annie to be the best thing and never forgot that she was a graduate student while he was an undergrad therefore smarter than him. He smiled and winked and charmed his way through the world keeping an upbeat attitude. I hope that his strength, sense of adventure, joy, loyalty and hope will live on.
April 19, 2014
Just sitting here enjoying all the birds and the flowers and appreciating the love you inspired in me for nature, especially for birds and insects. To share another Ernieism " a weed is just a flower growing in the wrong place."
Thank you for helping me appreciate all the weeds in life.
April 28, 2013
To the family of dear Ernie and Annie, I am so very sorry for your loss. In a very short amount of time, your parents /grandparents, became very special friends to my parents, Alma and Ken, at The Mauian. After my first visit there I immediately realized that I didn't have to worry about how my parents would get along with Ernie living next door and his good care. Ernie and Annie couldn't have been more welcoming to them as "newcomers" to the February gang and to me when I visited. Ernie's constant smile and laughter was infectious. I hope that MISA (Maui Int'l Shuffleboard Assoc.) will always continue with Ernie's love and joyful spirit at it's heart.
Sincerely, Judy Batcheller Kao
April 28, 2013
Wow! Did Ernie have a welcoming group waiting at Heaven's Gates. The party was headded of course by Annie followed by David and Minnie. Bill and Billie have pulled a prank and given Ernie false keys. All are joyfully laughing. Les an Flo are leading the welcome song that Les wrote for the occasion. Ron and Ken are with the group. Dennis, Bernie and Dorothy are welcoming their friends from far and wide. There's a heck of a party going on at Heaven's Gate.

Annie and Ernie did not believe much nor want anyonee's grief. They wanted joy and that life should continue on without interruption. The one thing that Annie and Ernie wanted was that the Mauian International Shuffleboard Group continue on for generations. Rest assured that group will continue on with Ernie and Annie as our leaders.
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