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Armond E. Kueter 1919 - 2013

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Armond E. Kueter

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January 01, 2014
We sent a note, but forgot to signt it --"He was one of our dearest friends..."
January 01, 2014
He was one of our dearest friends. His passing leaves us with one less of those whose friendship helped make us what we are.
January 01, 2014
I remember Mr Kueter very well from my time at Cleveland in the late 60s. I would give him a hug when I saw him in the halls, he was so nice to us bratty little kids. He was a wonderful man who touched many lives. God Bless!
January 01, 2014
Our deepest sympathies go out to Ione and the family, he will be missed by a great many people who've had the good fortune to have been blessed by his presence over the years.
December 31, 2013
My Deepest Sympathies and prayers go out to the Armond Kueter Family.
I first met him when I was 6 and he became principal of Jefferson in 1973. Then I was on the Woodland Dunes Committee and we would meet in his office and it was like going to meet with the President! Then all those years went by and my family and I saw him and his wife Ione at Pinecrest Christmas weekend at the church as they would greet the people at the church and I went up to him to tell him who I was and before I could he said my name, after all that time I sure had changed but he always looked exactly the same! Mr. Kueter retired by the time my kids went to Jefferson and yet they were touched by some of his many great works he has done for this community.... The Armond Kueter Center, Holiday House, Pinecrest, Woodland Dunes, Public Library and the CCC. I will never forget that smile. RIP
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