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June 23, 2016
I first met Spencer in 1964 when we were both living on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. In walked this tall, lanky handsome fellow with a dimple in his chin and a slow easy grin, and I was hooked---our friendship began then and never wavered for over fifty years. And that is because the qualities I most loved about my friend never waivored: he was always reliable, always quick to volunteer to help whenever there was a need, and always loyal to his friends and family. He dreaded being shipped off to Vietnam, but gave 100% of himself while there, and was ultimately very proud to serve. That ws Spencer - he made the most of a bad situation. In later years when Spencer became a father, his sons became the center and focus of his life. I often admired how much he was devoted to Alex and Adam From the time both boys were born you started sending me a pictires, which you did so with great pride. After spencer retired from General Motors I asked him if he was considering moving to his beloved Florida home and join his sister, Debbie, and he answered "oh no way I could never leave my sons". That was Spencer. He loved his sons, and Also loved and totally appreciated his friends and neighbors, often regaling me wth stories about them, particularly Leslie and her brother Kevin. Spencer ear felt lucky to be surrounded by so many wonderful neighbors and friends who he loved but it never fully dawned on him how much he was loved by so many until late in his illness and he seemed surprised. And that was because Spencer was a humble man. My mother, before she died, got it right when she said of Spence: "he's one of a kind and a living doll". So true. Love to Spencer, Debbie, Adam, Alex, Leslie, Kevin and and all those other friends and neighbors who were so good to him. Margaret Loesch