Dear Sandy,Sorry to hear of the passing of Earl.My prayers are with you and your family at this time.Love and Prayers.Ellen OConnor.
So sorry to hear the news.Earl was a great man and union man.He was a true friend to many.HE TRULY WAS ONE OF THE BEST.
I will say he is a great man and co. worker my prayer to family,friends.
Deepest condolences to the family. Earl was a warm and caring friend at GM , and I am better for knowing him. Prayers and thoughts for all his family and friends.
My deepest sympathy to the Kavanaugh family, I knew Earl from grades 1 to 4 at Gordon McGregor School,Earl was someone you just do not forget,I would bump into Earl every few years but have not talked to him in a long time, I have the school pictures from grades 1 to 4 that I can email to the family if anyone is interested. email@example.com
We wish our condolences to the family on this sad day, Earl was a great guy.
My sincere condolences to Sandy and the whole family. Earl was a great friend with a sense of humour that brought a smile to everyone he met.
Earl and I enjoyed fishing together at Bluffers and on Lake Erie. Earl will be missed by the many friends he made in his life.
His family can be as proud on him as he was of all of you. Earl never stopped boasting of the blessings he received through his loving family.
my deepest sympathy to the kavanaugh family
My sincere sympathies to Sandy and the family. Earl was a good friend and brought much joy to everyone that had the opportunity to share his company.
We had great time fishing at Bluffer's and on Lake Erie. He enjoyed the sport and never hesitated to brag about his family that he was so proud of.
Earl will be missed by his many friends
My deepest sympathy. My husband Kevin Chase who died in 1988 worked with Earl at GM. Sorry for your loss, Laurie Chase Niefer.
My deepest Sympathy to the Kavanaugh family, Earl was a great man and will be missed by many!
sandy, my thoughts are with you and your family at this very sad time.
condolences to the family at this most difficult time earl was front row and center ehen i entered brentwood in '92 ver4y comforting and reasuring that all would be ok, warm and welcoming person
Earl was the kind of guy that anyone could warm up to. Energetic, honest and jovial were just a few of his many traits that Earl will always be remembered for by me, personally, during our many years at the "Motors".
Always truly enjoyed talking with Earl at work; we shared many stories and lots of laughs. My condolences
One of our great union leaders. Thank you.
I,m sorry to hear of your brothers passing, Cheryl.
My thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.