Ben, I never got to know your father. From the stories I am hearing about him, it is my loss. My heart breaks for you and your family.
Our Deepest sympathy to Blanche and family. We lived across the street from Hobie and Blanche, the sweetest and kindness neighbors. Loved all of Hobert's storys, and we were so blessed to have known both of them. He always told us of the love he had for Blanche. Our prayers to the family at this difficult time...
To the whole Criss family,
I have known the family since early scouting age and have many memories of Hoberts stories around a camp fire. Thanks for the memories.
Aunt Blanche and Family. I am so sorry for your loss. Uncle Hobart was a great man. We had so many good times in Webster Springs. I will cherish all of them. Everyone is in my prayers. Good-bye Uncle Hobert. I love you.
A wonderful friend. He Loved the LORD and not ashamed to tell of his love for him. On hunting trips we were sure to hear some of his folk stories .Some of his Dad,some of his own story but I think he loved to tell about Blanch's garden and all the foods she liked to prepare from the garden. Blanch, how much he loved you.You are in our prayers.Harvey and Marilyn
Blanche and Family,
You have our sympathy with Hobie's passing. He was a unique individual who had many talents which he openly shared with those around him.
Barb, Joe and Maggie Conley
Blanch & Family.. I am so sorry for the loss. I will always remember him with full Love in my heart and soul. May he RIP..
Dear Connie, My condolences for the loss of your father. He was part of the greatest generation.
Offering our deepest condolences during this difficult time.