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May 27, 2013
For Joanie Humphries Taylor and her sisters:
My heartfelt condolences on the loss of your dear father. May all your wonderful memories of him sustain you now. Sending hugs and prayers.
May 25, 2013
May God Bless you all, and give you strength at this time of sorrow.
May 24, 2013
Dear Jane, Joan, Lynn & Family,
Our parents shared such a wonderful friendship that enriched all their lives. My mother & father thought the world of "hump & jerry". My thoughts & prayers are with you, and if there is an afterlife, the fornis & the humphries will be having cocktail hour together in heaven :) !
May 24, 2013
Joanie, I think about what you and your sisters are going through right now, but reading some of these notes to you all, you will have fond memories to keep with you always. That is what is so precious after our dear parents are gone. We all are so lucky to have these great memories. My prayers are with you.
May 23, 2013
I remember your father as a kind and gentle man. You have our deepest sympathy,from Parkridge Drive.
May 22, 2013
Lynn, Jane and Joanie, my thoughts are with all of you as you experience the departing of your father from your lives here on earth. I know you relied on him all your lives for his strength and guidance. And he was always there for you. He was an excellent father and guide, and I feel certain he was very proud of all of you. I thank God always for the gift of memories that He knew we would treasure. It will be those memories that you can share with your family and friends, and you will keep your dad in your lives that way. Take care of yourselves and each other, and know that many, many people care about you.

Love and prayers from Dave and Ginny Treichel Hineline.
hinelinev@yahoo.com
May 22, 2013
Caring thoughts for all of you. I know how much he and your Mom meant to the three of you.

I have lots and lots of memories from your family, from ducks and skunks to baking biscuits and many sleep overs.
Hump and Jerry always made me feel so at home as my Mom and Dad did with Lynn. Sorry Joan & Jane, but my Mom could never tell you apart.

You and your families are in the thoughts and prayers.
May 22, 2013
Do want to offer my condolences. My father, Harold Thoren, worked for BB in the mid 60's and I am sure that their paths may have crossed during the years. Wishing the best and many happy memories to your family.
May 22, 2013
Joane, a candle is a wonderful image of what your Dad was to you and to all you served with him, knew him and loved him..a beacon of light to shine on the pathway of life. Keep his light in your heart always. Love you!
May 22, 2013
It was a long time ago and I only knew him briefly when I dated Lynn for a few months but what I've always remembered is how nice he was to me when he really didn't have much reason to be. I drove a wreck, had nearly flunked out of high school, made 85-cents an hour, had no plans and hung around with some characters who would probably not rise to anyone's definition of savory. But he was always very, very polite to me, a true southern gentleman. I've thought about him over the years and have tried to live up to the example he set. Most of the time I do. On occasions when I don't, usually sooner than later he's back in my mind and I tell myself I'll try to do better. My deepest sympathy to his family and friends, and also my envy for having such a nice man in your lives for so long.

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