I just saw this obituary. I am so sorry to hear about the passing of your father. I remember how kind he and your mom were when my sister and I were stuck in the middle of the night in Savannah. Please accept my condolences.
Please accept my sympathy. Seldom can we find the words to console the pain we experience so I encourage you to read the words at Isaiah 65:20. The promise stated there is very comforting.
Margie...I forgot to say that we are going to visit the Normandy beaches in April, I will look for your dad's foot prints across Utah Beach, I know they are still there...c ellis
Margie....a true American hero...as Tom Brokaw say "the greatest generation"...I remember our Sunday school classes with your dad and other WWII veterans like jack Sognier, Albert Stoddard, Jim Hungerpiller, Dick Stone etc, a half hour of Bible and a half hour of war stories...And that was in the fifties so it was all fresh in their memories...and I didn't know about Lawrenceville, I went to The Hill School, bitter rivals...Julie and I are leaving Monday AM for NY, sorry we won't be there for the service...a good, good man....C Ellis
The reidents at Buckingham South wish to
express their heartfelt sympathy on the
loss of your father. Lawton will not only be missed by his family but also
by the many friends he had here. He was
blessed to have such caring & loving
daughters who took wonderful care of him.
I am so saddened to learn of Lorton's passing. Arthur Peagler was kind enough to send the information to me.
I am so appreciative of all that Lorton did for me and remember so many good times with him. We visited a number of years ago while your mother was still alive.
Sent with much love,
Margie, sincere condolences. Thinking of you.
I was sorry to learn that your father passed away. It was my honor to have known him. Please accept my sincerest condolences for your loss.