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November 7, 2012
Dearest Josie - God Bless you and may His love and Grace comfort you. Those Florida days are some of our most wonderful memories. We are so glad we got to see you both this year. With all our love, we grieve with you.
November 7, 2012
what a warrior,one of yhe toughest fighters that ever lived - bernie reilly n.t.australia
November 7, 2012
Carmen, sat on the porch with you on buck st, many times in canastota also enjoyed playing pool with you, always was a class guy and you never forgot your roots and your friends. Maybe now you can have that third match with sugar ray and I'm sure he will his third licking. Rip in peace champ.
November 7, 2012
My prayers go out to the Basilio family.
I was introduced to Mr. Basilio at the Neutral Corner Dinner in Hartford Ct by my dad, Johnny Duke. The Duke related a story of Carmen telling him a joke that was so funny he had tears in his eyes from laughing so hard he could barley repeat the joke to us. My Dad always said "he was a great guy, the best"
Your In Our Thoughts,
Johnny Duke's Daughters.
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