Dorothy, I remember your Ev so very well from our many converstions at Butternut staff gathering. He was always pleasant and fun to talk with. I can understand why you kept him for 64+ years.
I think of you often and how many lunches we shared together. My trilliums are currently in bloom and the trillium coffee cup coaster that you gave me still sits on my desk.
So sorry for your loss, take care. Your in my thoughts and prayers.
So sorry to hear about your Dad's passing. My Mom, if she had a computer, also sends her condolences. A lot of memories there--like riding with our two Dad's to the Pop Warner weigh-in our eighth grade year and hoping to be under the 150# max (the smaller guys were putting weights in their pockets to try to look tougher)! His sense of humor always cracked me up--couldn't have been easy dealing with us throwing pine cones at cars and such! Hope you and your family are doing OK, the memories will last forever. Take care,
Dewey (and Barbara Erland)
I am so sorry to hear of Ev's passing. He was such a great supporter of our athletics and a giver of his time. I will always remember his distinct voice, cheering on the football team. The Dunn family sends its love and condolences. John Dunn
Dear Dan and Clark family,
I was so sorry to hear of the recent passing of your dad. Though it has been many years, I still have wonderful memories of him as our coach during our Babe Ruth baseball days. His knowledge, humor, and patience as our coach and friend will always be remembered and appreciated.
All my best,