“Today's your birthday. I'd call you, we'd catch up, talk about fishing and what's happening on the lake. We'd play a bit of remember when and how much fun we had. I'd ask you when we'd see you. You'd tell me soon and that you'll bring some fish. Then we'd tell each other "you've always been my favorite"; we'd laugh and say see ya soon. I still want to call you and almost picked up to the phone to do just that because today is your birthday and I want to catch up and tell you...
“And the beat of life goes on, not only in happiness and contment,but desperation,pain and sorrow. I sure do miss you
“Sonya, We are so sorry,, We love you honey...
“I have a bunch of Wes stories. One thing for sure is he was a thoughtful and loving person, always willing to help out whenever possible. Sonya and to all of Wes's family, take comfort in knowing that now you all have a special guardian angel to watch over you. Love you lots.
“It's only been a week and already there's been a dozen times when I wanted to pick up the phone and jaw about some sporting event or another.
I miss you brother.
“I was last to see you here,I hope your the first one to see me there. Happy trails till then.
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Wester, Richard Vincent "Wes" Born 5/3/1941, he went home to God on 10/1/12. Wes died in Hill City, MN, where he has lived for the past eleven years. Wes grew up in N.E. Mpls. and graduated from Edison H.S. in 1959. Wes served his apprenticeship in the Bricklayers Union and that was his...Read More