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February 26, 2020

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February 19, 2020
Jr. and Scott, I am sorry for your loss. Geoffrey (your father) and I bet on the Suns and Chicago play offs. I made six dollars off him. Later on we only talked after Model openings and occasionally on Saturdays while I was working. Hosing down the streets at Gainey ("Enclave" and Enclave II") Chaney estates. Geoffrey was always generous for us during the holiday season and it helped out during those times raising two children ourselves. I also remember our first invite to a Company Christmas party, 1989 I believe, it was titled Geoff and Janes Christmas Carols. I was two sheets into the wind before it started but made it through. I worked with some assume people at Geoffrey H. Edmunds. Brad Boxberger, John Montgomery, George the Greek, Scott Coleman, I was sad when he sold to Toll But he gave us fair warning and I respect him for that. I also remember the kind employees in the office. I cant remember any of their names right now but they always helped me when I had questions and needed help along the way, I am grateful knowing such a good person your father, I have to thank you and your father for my (education) in learning the construction trade and team work it takes to make a successful company. God Bless you at this time of the loss of a loved one. Paul Sherwin
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