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July 28, 2013

dear Billy and family.I am so sorry to read of Dicks passing. So many years have passed, but the memories are still fresh of times at Pit and Balcony, the notorious New Years Eve parties at your house, the Weselys, and at my house. He was one of a kind, and as a brother Mason and Shriner, God speed to sit at the right hand of the Supreme Architect of the Universe. Fond memories I'll never forget
July 28, 2013
I guess I hadn't read the article as closely as I should have done. I saw that Dr. Kelley was predeceased by my old friend, Claire, to whom I had sent the original message. It was then that I entered her name and saw her adorable face with those impish eyes and truly felt a light having left my heart. Claire was a genuine friend and I will miss her and the many acts of kindness she showed me during my life. Since I lack the skills to delete the original message please accept both of these, Mrs. Kelley, with my sincere sympathy.
July 28, 2013
Dear Claire, I was so sorry to learn of your dad's death. I can very well remember the fun times I had at your house on Heyn Street. It was someone's birthday and I can still see the decorated flowers on the cake. Best of all, I can still remember how welcome I was made to feel i your home. Please extend my sympathy to your mother, Claire. With fond recollections of a friendship I will always remember.
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