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May 23, 2018

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January 14, 2014
Uncle Bud was a major influence in my passion for off-road vehicles. First was Brett's go-cart, then a 4x4 Coot, motorcycles, snowmobiles and a boat. Uncle Bud brought home all kinds of toys from work. I really enjoyed the time we spent together while I was growing up. I'm glad to have been able to talk with him when he visited us in Salt Lake. I look forward to seeing my cousins.
January 13, 2014
So sorry for the loss of this wonderful husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather, neighbor and friend. We always enjoyed our visits and the generous help and encouragement Bud gave.
January 12, 2014
If I didn't already say this, to all the grandchildren : you all made my dad's life complete. He loved you all very much.
January 12, 2014
Dad loved a good road trip. Fairly recently, Dad, Andrew and I took a road trip to Southern Utah and through Nevada, where I was able to really get to know Dad in this, his final stage of life. We would share motel rooms, where Dad and I stayed up into the wee hours of the night, talking and talking like a couple of high school girls. I know that Dad truly loved my mom and that he never stopped loving her. I am so lucky to have had this time with my dad. My only regret is that I never got the chance to properly thank him for a lifetime of love and support. Now it's too late.
It is not too late however to thank the people who made Dad's life richer than he could ever of hoped. To Tonya and Shelley, with the loving support of their husbands Steve and Bill: you were always there for Dad. He needed you all so much, everyday, and you guys never let him down. For that I can never thank you enough. To Judy and her family: thank you so much for loving my dad. I know that he loved you in return. Of the many things you all did for him, you helped him to realize that he loved reading and helped to access the new technologies. Dad felt lucky to have you all in his life. To Aunt Joan: he loved his sister very much and you were very important to him. You were the only person in the world that could keep him in touch with your shared history. Thank you for being there for him. To my Aunt Lois and Uncle Raymond: like myself, my dad didn't stay in touch. But I will tell you that, like myself, Dad was never shy about the bragging rights that your accomplishments afforded him. To my cousins: one of Dad's favorite things was keeping track of each of your lives, where you were, and what you were doing. To all the rest of you that were part of my dad's life: you each gave him such good memories. Dad remembered everyone and everything, and he loved to tell stories. Finally to my brother, Andrew: the special love that Dad had for you helped him to be a better man. Thank you and I love you very much.