I am so sorry to hear that your Dad passed away recently. I'm praying that you and your family will find comfort in the fond memories of your Dad.
Pam and family. My heartfelt condolences on the passing of your Dad. He had a fun, interesting life and that's what it's all about. Enjoy your memories. Peace and Love, Dee Carr (Start Hi Classmate)
Pam and family,
Sincere sympathy on the loss of your father. He accomplished so much. I had forgotten you all attended Trinity. He had a great life and from what I read a great send off with honors. May God be with you all. Lois & Willy Aey family
Pam & family,
Please accept my sincere condolences on the passing of your dad. From reading his obituary he had a very full life, both before and after retirement. Amazingly enough, I know exactly where Hessel, MI is since my dad spent many summers there as a child. I hope the many happy memories you must have of him will help you through this difficult time.
My vacations to Hessel were always much more enjoyable when I had a chance to hang out with Azor in the evenings while losing to him playing Spite & Malice cards, visits to the local casino with him, trying to keep up with him playing bingo in the Soo and dinners at the Raber Bay Restaurant (he loved their chocolate cake). I will miss him dearly -- such a great sense of humor and, above all, a real gentleman.
I remember "Capt" from my days in Toledo and Robinson Locke Masonic Lodge. He always had a good word for new members and when Capt was on the degree team, you knew you had been "raised". Fond memories and we will miss a real "character". Well done, good and faithful servant. My prayers with you all in your loss.
Dear Family Members,
Great to meet you all at the Last Alarm Service on Monday night. Your Dad was simply one of the special people in my life. He will always be in my memory from both the TFD and my visits with him in Hessel.
The Dieball family has fond memories of summers spent sailing with "Mr. Azor" and Betty. My parents Dean and Dorothy Dieball treasured their friendship and always looked forward to their time together.
Prayers for the family,
Betty (Dieball) & Blaine Lloyd
Dear family I'm so sorry to hear of the lost of your love one, may the fond memories continue to bring you joy and peace but most of all may the God if all comfort be with you who will give you more peace.
Perhaps they are not the stars, but rather, openings in heaven where the love of our lost ones pours through and shines down upon us to let us know they are happy. - Unknown
Nana and Papa - shining together again. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family.
Condolences to the Sheffield family. My family has long had an association with them, going way back to Azor, Sr., at Toledo 18's engine house. May you find consolation in your memories.
Candy and Pam, so very sorry for your loss. Aunt Audene kept me up on the school house renovation when she came to the beauty shop. Many super memories of your family. God Bless!