To my dear loving friend and 1st employer after I graduated from high school in 1980. I am so sad to see you gone but I know that you are having some great times with Uncle Llyod. You were a great teacher in this cosmetic business and in the financial world. You allowed me to spread my wings in finance and allowed me to go ahead without any regards. I will always love you and miss you.
Mr. Aloe: Please accept my condolences on the loss of your father. He and I were college classmates. My wife (a classmate) and I both remember him as a friendly, bright, soft-spoken man. He was a talented debater. He loved his family, and usually disappeared on weekends to spend time with them. I joined him on a number of occasions, and I have vivid memories of Old Mill Farm. The world will be a lesser place with his departure. May he rest in peace.
I had the honor to know him as a visiting nurse. You will be in my prayers. Mr. Aloe, a genuine kind gentleman. Prayers to your family and Pat.
Please find comfort in God's word. Psalm 90:10
Dear Pete, I'm so sorry to hear of your loss. Abington is a better town, due to all of his hard work. I will always have fond memories of him. Your old friend, Maureen McGovern Sibley
Very sorry to hear of your father's passing. I remember him well from growing up a few houses from your family. Did not realize he served our country in WWII. Quite an accomplished man.
Dear Pete and family,
We are very saddened by your loss and remember your father with love. We will keep you and your family in our prayers.
Love, The Beren's