Earl-Blake-Obituary

Photo courtesy of Peaslee Funeral Home Farmington, NH - Farmington

Earl H. Blake

Sep 25, 1924 - Dec 28, 2013

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Richard and Family ~ I was sorry to hear of your Dad's passing. What a good, long life he had. I will always remember him as being a very friendly man, who was an asset to the community. When I look up on the hill from my house, I still think of your old home as The Blake Home. You have my deepest sympathy.

Richard and Family so sorry to hear of your Dad's passing. I will never forget the good times we had growing up in farmington. Your Dad was a great person to Know.

I remember what a gret photographer he was. Hw did my wedding pictures in the 60's.
My sympathy and prayers go out to the whole family

Our sympathy to Earl's family. Earl was a nice man and served Farmington well! God bless you Mr. Blake!

To Dick & family ,
So sorry for your loss . My wife Judy color tinted your Dad's black & white photos in the 60's and we both enjoyed his friendship .

I am so srry to hear of your loss Earl was a very nice man. I remember when he worked as a wathmen at Davidson Rubber. He will be missed by many. My prayers go out to the family

Dick and family. Your dad was always a positive person who treated everyone with fairness and respect. My sympathies in this time of grief.

Fred Parshley

Earl was an incredible, caring and loving man. He was a resident at Epsom Manor which is where we first met Earl. My mother was a patient for 14 months just a few rooms down from Earl before her passing in March and he was always there with a smile, joke, story or song for us and he will be missed dearly. My thoughts and prayers are with your family RIP Earl!

Dick. So sorry to hear of your father's passing. I know you had a special relationship with him and you were a loving son. Always remember the good times.

Obituary

Earl's Obituary

Earl H. Blake, age 89, formerly of Spring Street in Farmington, died December 28, 2013 at Epsom Healthcare Center. Born September 25, 1924 in Glencliff, NH the son of Eugene and Della (Heath) Blake, he was raised in West Alton, NH and attended school in Alton. He resided for many years on Spring...

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