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April 25, 2018

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November 21, 2015
Nancy,I am so sorry to hear of you dad's passing. I think of you often and pray you are well and happy. I hope Mike is comfortable and you get through by reflection of fond memories. Prayers for you and your family. Stay well. Debbi BozworthRochester NH207-522-8950
November 1, 2015
Please accept my deepest condolences, and the gratitude that Americans share for those who served our country with honor.
August 7, 2014
Every once in a while you run into someone who has a lasting positive effect on your life. Mr. Voystock was one of those people. My first job after college was with Harrisburg Grocery Company in 1980. Although I only worked for Mr. Voystock for a short period of time, he left a positive (and strong!) impression on me that I have carried through my life. Thank you Mr. Voystock.

My thoughts are with your family today.

David L. Miller