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July 21, 2018

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March 28, 2015
I will always love, respect and appreciate you Dad. I miss you more than ever. Your great gifts of love and care for your family and others; determination, ambition,and success with respect to the business you created; your passion for living life, every day, to its fullest and your tremendous strength and energies in dealing with whatever issues and adversities came your way will always be remembered, cherished and missed. I am so fortunate to have had you for my father. Rest in Peace Always, Dad.
February 3, 2011
Dear Marty and family, Just heard of your fathers passing and wanted to express my deepest sympathy to you and yours. Heaven will be a place of great reunions. We can all look forward to that! In Gods Love, Buddy Casella and family. N. Billerica
January 28, 2011
Marty, although we didn't know your father that well, kazzy and I recall all the wonderful stories you told about your father. He was a man worthy of your love and devotion. May he live forever in your memories of, THE GOOD TIMES. Ron and kazzy
January 27, 2011
Dear Judy and Jeanie,
As you already know I was a bartender at the Weston Golf Club back in my college days. Mr. Coleman was a very succesful man but it never got to him. He treated everyone equal. Well maybe he treated me a little better. His daughter Judy then hired me to work for the family business during my summers and Mr. Coleman was still that same nice guy I knew from the club.
God Bless,
Joe Webber