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June 17, 2014
April 24, 2014
TO ALL OUR NIECES AND NEPHEWS AND ALL MEMBERS OF MY BROTHER RICHARD'S FAMILY. DICK WAS SUCH A GREAT BROTHER AND WE HAD MANY GOOD TIMES TOGETHER. I AM SURE THAT HE IS ENJOYING HIS NEW LIFE WITH ALL HIS OLD FRIENDS AND FAMILY MEMBERS
April 10, 2014
Maureen and family, so sad for your loss, your Dad made a lot of people happy I always heard my Parents and MaryJo remark about how witty and interesting he was. I'll always remember him sitting on his front porch. Our Thoughts and Prayers are with you,
April 02, 2014
We have only fond memories of Uncle Dick and are so glad that we were able to spend time with him. He was a good man.
Our prayers and thoughts are with you all.
Phil and Carol Murphy
LBTS Florida
April 02, 2014
A while back, I had the privileged to transport Mr. Parrotte to the hospital from Castle Gardens. On this day it seemed like just another typical transport, but I came to realize that Mr. Parrotte was not your average patient. I don't remember why Mr. Parrotte needed to be transported, but I can tell you he made the best of the situation. Soon into the transport he started to explain his life story to me, which was very interesting. He told me about working at the State Hospital in the emergency services division and the family he loved very much. We soon both realized through more conversation that he used to work with my Grandfather and had a Heating business like my family. Mr. Parrotte made the twenty minute transport seem like five. Before long, we were at the hospital where I left Mr. Parrotte. Usually when we transport patients there are not many smiles, but Mr. Parrotte found a way to smile and laugh that day. That day Mr. Parrotte put a smile on my face. I am very sorry for your loss and I am sure this great man will be missed.
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