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March 06, 2015

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August 14, 2014
We will always love you Grandpa and feel so proud of your remarkable life and achievements. Your grandchildren and great-grandchildren will always cherish their memories of you.

Love, Jennifer Evans
August 7, 2014
ANOTHER WWII VET HAS GONE TO HIS MAKER. RICH WAS A GREAT GUY TO CALL A FRIEND. HE WAS A CORPSMAN FROM THE USS HINSDALE APA120. HE WAS IN THE BEACH PARTY, AND SAW REAL ACTION. WE SAW MANY HINSDALE REUNIONS OVER THE YEARS. REST IN PEACE RICH. HAVE A COLD ONE FOR ME.
LANE KUNATH SPENCER, IOWA
August 5, 2014
Dottie, We are sorry to hear about the loss of your Dad. Your family are in our prayers.
Love, Joe and Nancy Walsh
August 5, 2014
When I think about your Dad, there is just one picture that comes to mind every time. We were all kids and our parents piled us into the cars and we all went to Bennett Springs to fish and stay in cabins for a few days. Your Dad borrowed an extra pair of waders my Dad (Uncle Barney) had, so he could walk out into the stream to fish. They both fished (while standing in the middle of the stream in their waders) all day and came in about dusk. There was a ledge in front of our cabins and your Dad sat down to take off his waders. He had on a white t-shirt and I think khaki pants rolled up (I think my Dad did too). There were two bottles of Budweiser sitting on the ledge. He kept pulling and pulling and couldn't get the waders off. Then my Dad started pulling and pulling to no avail. After each pulling session you would hear, "Butz, get me a beer"; "Shirl, get me one too". Then they would start again. I remember your Dad, with that crooked grin, sitting there and looking up at my Dad and saying, "@#%*@#%* Barnwell, get these @#*##%* boots off me!" Several hours and several Buds later, they got the boots off. We all laughed all weekend about those damn boots and your Dad getting so worked up. Thanks for the happy memory Uncle Dick! love-deb
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