“I remember the good times at Schoodic lake with the Ladd family.. The kindness and friendship Bud and Ruth always showed towards our family....dad always looked forward to camp and visiting with Bud.... The slate chimney in my home reminds me of Bud as he sold me the last of his collection from behind the garage... I often think of him as I see it and tell people who ask me "where did the slate on your chimney come from?" I smile and tell them of a kind friend of my dad named...
“Dwight, Steve, and all the family of Bud Ladd: My sincere condolences on the passing of your dad. I remember fondly that year my family lived across the street in Brownville attending first grade. I am certain you have many happy memories. May he rest in peace.
“Our deepest sympathy on the loos of your Father and our dear friend.
Ed and Jean Blodgett
“"A stone to strangers may impart
the place where our friend lies
but every man consult his heart
for there he never dies"
“I remember Bud's smiling face as a child when I was sent to get the mail by my Mom and Dad. He would always stop to chat with a busy little girl and share a smile. God Bless you all.
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BROWNVILLE - Russell "Bud" Harry Ladd, 94, passed away peacefully Tuesday morning, April 23, 2013, at home, where he loved to be. He was born June 22, 1918, in Barnard, son of Harry R. and Josephine Ladd. His family moved to Brownville when he was 4 years old and where he maintained his...Read More