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September 18, 2014
My dear John
Another loss for us.
My heart to yours.
Your heart felt message for Steven will never be forgotten.
With fondest memories.
Barb Klucarich Campbell
jmcbkc@yahoo.com
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July 13, 2014
Dr. Allums and his family were long-time friends of our family in Shreveport. Dr. Allums went to Byrd and Centenary with my parents, Jack and Faye Dozier, and was my mother's physician. He was a sweet, caring, honorable man of great integrity with a good sense of humor. He shall be greatly missed.
July 11, 2014
Dr. Allums was my father's fraternity brother at Centenary and later his doctor. He drove to Dallas and spoke at the dedication of the Thomas Winship Richardson Grove, a park on the Trinity River in Irving, Texas when it was dedicated about ten years ago. His message was humorous and his presence was irreplaceable, as he was the only lifetime friend of my father to attend. I had lunch with Bill after my mother, Dorothy Kelly Richardson, died last November, and again this spring when I was in town. He was a pleasure to be with, for friends of any age. When my mother died, and now, I found it hard to accept that the book is now closed, the curtains drawn, and all the memories of my parents' lives that I had taken for granted will not fully be appreciated by my children or anyone else. Bill was a link to my parents. I am sorry that I wasn't there for the funeral. I will really miss him.
Thomas W. Richardson, Jr.
July 7, 2014
John, I am very sad to hear of the passing of your Dad because I know how much you will miss him. The tribute in his obituary is so touching and full of love. It shows that he was a wonderful man who lived to serve and love others and truly made a positive difference in thousands of lives. How blessed a person must be to have known him. Most important of all, it is clear, that he was a christian man who now lives in the presence of God. I know God will give you and your family comfort and strength and replace tears with smiles each and every day. In Christian love, Carole
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