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July 16, 2018

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March 29, 2017
We will miss you Kermit and thank you for always welcoming us into your home and the condo in Laguna Beach and for being so patient in teaching our kids to water ski. Our love to Pat and Terry.

Shirley and Lowell
March 29, 2017
I have fond memories of Kermit. He was respected as a savvy businessman in our family and was known for hospitality at the lake, and for his sense of fun and adventure. I had forgotten about some of the stories about his taking over business responsibilities early, but it probably reveals a lot. I remember the beautiful home that he and Pat kept, especially a Christmas visit. My favorite memory of him was one time playing ping pong. He was a fierce, friendly competitor. His work in the honey business, including the southern trips, seemed gritty but glamorous in a way that helped me think outside the box. His brother, Jim, is my god-parent, and taught me that brothers could be very different, but respectful -- a lesson that has been helpful in relationships with my own brothers. My sincerest condolences to Pat and cousin Terry.