Gayle, I suspect this has been quite difficult for you and you are in my thoughts. I really enjoyed reading about your dad. He was quite a guy and I can understand why the two of you were close. I am sending you a warm Hug.
Gayle, we know why you are who you are. You always said that it was a pity we never met your Dad and you were right. What a story, what a yes guy, what a great guy. His achievements and determination were amazing and we 100% understand why you were so close to your Dad. Deep love to you and Jim.
Your dad was a super nice man, Gayle. He sure lived a good, long and exciting life. I wonder what he and Glen are up to. You know, I still think about Glen often. He, like his dad, was a great guy. Condolences to you. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
Never really knew your dad, Gayle, but the description of him enjoying to be in a room full of women reminds of someone we both dearly love. I am sure he will never be replaced in your life, so sorry for your loss.
Sorry for your loss, Gayle and Jim and family. I bet Frank is doing it his way in heaven right about now.
Frank was our first dinner guest when I was a bride. We were the best of friends ever since college. Stan and Frank are "up there" reminiscing. Frank had a spark you would never forget. The friendship continues with Gayle and my daughter Nancie.
Frank was our first dinner guest when I was a bride. Stan and I were best of friends with him ever since college and the friendship goes on with the next generation, thanks to Gayle and my daughter Nancie. He had a spark that you don't forget. You and Stan are "up there" reminiscing.
Frank was not only a Ehrlich family friend but also a special mentor in my life. May his smile, laugh, upbeat voice and insights live on to shine bright light and laugher for all. Your physical presence will be missed but your legacy lives on!
Gayle, wonderful recap of your Dad's life. Lots of fascinating history I did not know. I'll be visiting the Desert with a new appreciation of all that he contributed. Rest in Peace, indeed.
What a wonderful story of your dad's life, Gayle. Thank you for sharing it. I know he'll be missed.