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July 18, 2018

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June 28, 2016
Dear Henrietta, Teresa& Jeremy, Stevie & Jim, Jim & Teresa, Mary & John, no words can express Lyn's and my deepest sorrow or condolences at such a time, but if I may allow me to say no one knows God's plan to include either the day or the hour when we will breathe our last breath, so take comfort in the knowledge God will be there to guide you and to hold you until the end of time This great father and husband, brother, uncle,cousin has been lifted up on eagles wings and now soars in heaven with his mom and dad and brother Tony and many more like Aunt Stephanie or Uncle Buster, grandma & grandpap Vangrin and his grand parents Saglime and many more.AS I said in an email, he helped fill my life with a lifetime of memories with such things as baseball in Slickville or dinners at grandma and grandpap Vangrin's home for holidays and Sunday dinners as well as Christmases at the Saglime home with the aluminum tree and revolving color light and watchng my first color TV with programs like Bonanza and Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color and likely many more. Gone now are the days of planning another Ungvarsky/ Saglime / Vangrin reunion. such that trips to Greensburg will never be the same again. Now may he rest in God's arms in one of the many houses Jesus went to prepare for him and others like him including his mom and dad and brother Tony and Aunt Stephanie and Uncle Buster and members of the Saglime and Vangrin families and more. With much love and our deepest sympathies, Cousins Bill & Lyn