Dear Mark and Family, I was in Delaware visiting Jennifer for the Christmas Holidays or I would have been to see you and pay my respects. Your Dad was a lovely man - always a gentleman. He and your dear Mom and I sat on beach chairs up on the hill above the Little League Field watching Mark and Drew play ball many a summer evening. I always loved being with Lois and Tom. Two of the finest people I've ever had the pleasure of knowing. RIP Tom.
Dear Gonna, Cathy, Peggy and Mark and families,
We were so sorry to hear our your Dad's passing. He was a nice man. I remember him dropping off the paper for Pap in the morning! I have fond memories of going boating and all the time spent playing at your house! He played golf with my Dad a few times. Sorry I couldn't be at either of your parents funerals, as I am ill. With deep sympathy, Janice (Janie) and Clara
Mark, Peg, Cathleen and Gin -- I was terribly saddened to learn of your Dad's passing. You each have my deepest sympathies. Mr. Wenger was such a wonderful man - always pleasant with a sneaky-quick wit. He treated me like a family member during the years I mooched off of your family. He took Mark and me golfing several years after his shift at the P-G, and I've always treasured those memories. Well, your Dad's reunited with your Mom now, and we can all be comforted in that knowledge. But he will be missed.....
So sorry to hear about Uncle Tom's passing. Love, hugs, and sympathy to all my cousins in Pittsburgh, especially at this time. - Chris (White) Keefer, Blythewood, SC
Mark and Claudia,
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family,
Rick and Renee
I am so sorry for your loss! It seems as though Heaven has its own Parklyn Street now!
Our deepest heartfelt sympathy.
Dear Peggy and family,
Your father was such a sweet man. Jim and I really enjoyed his visits to Florida along with Lois. May they both live on in your hearts.
Jim and Vicky Krebs
My thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.