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October 29, 2013

We have wonderful memories of John and Donna Yamagata. From the Jazz games where Donna would wear headphones to hear the play by play from Hot Rod to the two of them sneaking in some of their delicious home made candy for Ray. Even after they moved to DC I would always look to where their seats were. We also had the privilege of candy making instruction in their kitchen, but they had a magic about their candy making that is unrivaled. John was a great man and he will surely be missed but he raised very successful great children and there are many good memories of him that will live on with his legacy.

All our love, Ray & Jennifer Wilde
October 9, 2013
Sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you John.
Michael & Robyn Dietzenbach
October 6, 2013
Sorry for your loss , Brenda
October 4, 2013
Brenda,
I don't know if you will remember me, but we first met when we were both working at LSD Hospital in the 1970s. My name at the time was Debbie Sovereen. It is now Debbie Bennion. I have thought of you often with fondness. I know that you cherished your family, in particular your parents, at that time. I can only imagine how your love has grown for them now, because giving of yourself seemed to came so easily for you. Back then, your kindness was always a tribute to your father and mother. I knew they must have been wonderful people.

Please accept my sincere condolences and wishes for comfort for you and your family at this time.
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