On behalf of a grateful Nation and the 401st Bomb Group our deepest sympathies for your loss.
I CAME TO YOUR HOUSE WITH MY NANNIE AND POP,AND YOU ALWAYS TREATED ME SO KIND.THANKS JOHN,DEAR FRIEND,NEIGHBOR,AND GENTLEMAN.RANDY & RENAE TIDWELL & COOPER
Betsy - I remember your Dad as a kind and genteel man. Please accept my deepest condolences.
My grandmother cleaned Sites Jewelers for many years. When I would go there to visit her Mr. Sites was always very kind to me. Always asking me how was my day at school. When grandmother became ill and could no longer work I remember Mr. Sites coming to our home and being very kind to my grandmother. He was very much a gentleman.
I worked for (With, he would NEVER say Worked for only Worked with) John and Bill for years. Never have I met a such a gentleman.
My Dear Betsy, may you and your family receive comfort from the warm memories of your Dad. He was a gentleman in the truest sense of the word.
We are so sorry to hear of your loss, our thoughts & prayers are with you all.
My deepest sympathy at this time of great personal sorrow. May the special things about your father live on inside your heart forever.
Bill, John, Betsy and family... My deepest sympathies! Michele and I had great respect and love for your family and many fond memories! Peace and love always...
Thank you LT Sites for your dedicated service to God and Country, I salute you sir. My condolences to the family and friends. May you rest in peace. Charles W. Keesee, Command Sergeant Major, U.S. Army Retired.
I will miss "Mr. John." He was a great man!
Big Bill and Auburn Bill, my condolences in the loss of your father and grandfather. He was always such a personable guy and a joy to know. Our thoughts are with you all.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you all! Ted Denny Bethel Baptist Church.
My deepest sympathy Bill. Lost my dad this February at 88. They had full lives and we should be proud of the legacy.
We were so sorry to hear of Mr. Sites passing. My family always did business with Sites and my husband and I continued the tradition by purchasing the wedding rings there. He was a man that was trusted. He was kind to us teenagers (18) that wanted to get married and extended us credit. I will never forget him. We have since moved from Clarksville, and havent seen Mr Sites in many years, but we still remember his store on Franklin. Our deepest regards and prayers for his family.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you, now and forever.