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Sidney T. Cousans Jr.

Sidney T. Cousans Jr.

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July 25, 2014
Dad I will miss you so. The world is dimmer without you.
July 25, 2014
I will miss you PawPaw. From your Great Grandson, Ethan.
July 14, 2014
Over the 70 years or so since I first met Sidney, he has always been one of the most friendly and positive thinking persons that I have had the pleasure of knowing. As a result, he steadfastly remained focused with his energies in achieving success in his long life. His was a life well lived; a model for us all.
July 14, 2014
Mr Sid was one of the finest,smartest and kindest men I have ever met. He always had a smile or a story to share, and was extremely generous to all who knew him. I can count him and his family among my best friends in this world.But there is one night in particular that stands out in my mind. When he came to visit me while I was living in Washington,D.C. many years ago.After a fine meal, he and i drove around the Capital till at least 4a.m.,looking at the monuments and talking about the world in general.I learned a lot that night about a variety of subjects and it is still one of my fondest memories to this day.Thanks again Mr. Sid.....you will me missed.
July 13, 2014
To the Cousans family, I was so sorry to hear about your father. He and my Dad were good friends,John Griffin, they went out to eat every D-Day that Dad was alive. He would come to Pascagoula. I loved him to tell me stories of my Dad. We were trying to find him this week when we found out he died. I am praying for your family.
July 13, 2014
Cindy & family,
I am so glad to have known your father, a real New Orleans gentleman. He shared some of his great D-Day & Hurtgen Forest war stories with my classes at St. Jude School. Better than any history book they could have read. He deserves to rest with those other brave soldiers at Arlington National Cemetery.
Thoughts & prayers,
Janie Dawson Baton Rouge
July 12, 2014
Dear Mr. Dennis, Mrs. Michelle, Tracey, and Ellen:

I am so sorry that you lost your father and grandfather. He was such a kind and loving man with a positive and uplifting spirit. I will always remember the times he took me, Tracey, and Ellen out to the best restaurants for dinner. We'd listen to his funny jokes and interesting stories. You all were so blessed to have him as father, father-in-law, and grandfather! And we all are so blessed that he was an extraordinary WWII soldier for us and our country! It was very special to know Mr. Cousans. I am thinking of you and your family. You are in my prayers. Love, Colleen
July 12, 2014
Tookie, Dennis, and family,
I was sorry to hear about your father's passing. He was indeed a kind and gentle soul. I learned so much about the wedding invitation business from him and you. Those were some interesting days. I did not know he served in the war. That probably helped him become the special person he was.
You will be in my prayers,
Kathy Peneguy
July 12, 2014
My sincere condolences to the Cousans family.
Sidney and I knew each other for about 10 years at the distance of one country apart (I live in upstate NY). I felt much honored that he looked me up, as a relative of my Uncle Charlie, who was in the same squad and a close friend during WWII. He told me many “War Stories“ that Charlie never did and it was a relief to hear that the War wasn't all fighting. One favorite was about their caper of selling cigarettes to some shady black marketers. Even in the past few years, after the “War Stories” had been repeated ten times, I cherished our extended long distance calls. We talked about life experiences, his beloved New Orleans and the October snow in NY. Five years ago I was able to meet my friend face to face, fittingly at the tank in the National WWII Memorial. What a wonderful visit he hosted including; the Museum, the giant pumps & levees, 9th Ward hurricane damage, Hotel Monteleone, etc. I shall always remember him and his gracious sharing.
July 11, 2014
Dennis, Sidney III, and Family . . . my sincerest condolences on the loss of your father. You were so fortunate to have had him in your lives for so long. May he rest in peace.
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