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September 01, 2014
To Raymond Jr. Greg and Diane. I know it's more then a month since your father passed away but I felt that I wanted to say a few words of sympathy. I didn't see the paper that day. I was probably out of town. Had I known about it I most certainly would been at the funeral. I would like to compliment Ray Jr. on that beautiful poem to His father's memory. It should be cast in bronze and put in a public place for all the world to see.I knew Ray Kuhn as a man that could be looked up to by anybody.A perfect role model. In this time of violence they need people like Ray. As a boy I spent much time at the Kuhn home.They called it'HOME ACRES'. The time I spent at Kuhn's home are some of my fondest child hood memories.I also had the honor of being able to see him in my adult life. I worked for a company that supplied janitorial supplies for Kohler General.I got to watch him work at his job. That was a treat. Ray Kuhn was to a machine shop,what LIBERACE was to a piano. I watched Him work as He explained what he was doing.All I remember is that He was working on something for Manitowac Company.What a master he was. My memories of the Kuhns is now in that special place in the back of my mind called precious memories.Again,my sympathies on the passing of your father.I hope you guys remember who I am. The kid from across the field and through the cherry orchard. RICK WINSCHER
June 29, 2014
Dear Dad,
I follow a famous father,
His honor is mine to wear;
He gave me a name that was free from shame,
A name he was proud to bear.
He lived in the morning sunlight,
And marched in the ranks of right.
He was always true to the best he knew
And the shield that he wore was bright.

I follow a famous father,
And never a day goes by
But I feel that he looks down to me
To carry his standard high.
He stood to the sternest trials
As only a brave man can;
Though the way be long, I must never wrong
The name of so good a man.

I follow a famous father,
Not known to the printed page,
Nor written down in the world's renown
As a prince of his little age.
But never a stain attached to him
And never he stooped to shame;
He was bold and brave and to me he gave
The pride of an honest name.

I follow a famous father,
And him I must keep in mind;
Though his form is gone, I must carry on
The name that he left behind.
It was mine on the day he gave it,
It shone as a monarch's crown,
And as fair to see as it came to me
It must be when I pass it down.
Love Always Ray
June 29, 2014
Grandpa we love you and miss you.
June 29, 2014
Grandpa we love you and will miss you.

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