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July 21, 2018

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August 24, 2017
To Linda and Roger,
So sorry to hear of the loss of your father. It leaves such a void when you lose your dad. Please accept condolences from Jerry and myself. Keep your best memories close. Sending prayers to you and your entire family.
Love, Debbie and Jerry
August 10, 2017
Barb & family, so sorry to hear of Clint's passing. He and your family gave us lots of wonderful memories growing up. It's so hard to see another of the ole' firefighters gone. They were all surrogate dads to us kids. Our love and prayers of comfort to all of you. God bless! (Bill Freeman's daughter)
August 9, 2017
Linda. I remember your dad exactly how this picture looks. Always smiling and teasing us. We had so much fun in your pool and your dad was always happy to have us there. I remember his driving the gas delivery truck and I was so impressed that he was a fireman. I thought that was so cool and so brave. Sometimes I can't believe we are all grown up now. Those days seem like yesterday. I send you my deepest sympathy because I know how,hard it is to lose a parent. No matter what age you are. I think of you often, Linda. Tom and I talk about all the things we did together and living in that apartment on Penn street. Lol. Again so sorry for your personal loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
August 8, 2017
Barb - I was so sorry to hear about "Smitty". The picture of him is exactly how I remember him. He was such a good buddy of Dad's and we were so fortunate to have known him and grow up next to the fire station. We have such wonderful memories of those days that will stay in our hearts forever. Please keep in touch with mom. Love you Barb.