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March 18, 2018
David and family . We had many wonderfull times with Duke and Faiith in Florida at home in Ct. and on vacation together.Are prayers are with you and your family.As we miss Faith we will miss Duke very much.Florida will never be the same for us without Duke here.Michael and Kris Sayers.
March 17, 2018
Duke and Faith were good friends to my parents Harry and Barbara Lyhne in Imperial Lakes. When we came to Florida I would play golf with Duke and visited with the two of them. After my Father passed they did a memorial in his name with Fidelco guide dog foundation. We stayed in touch up until the past two years. Duke and Faith will be missed, our condolences. Dave and Jill Lyhne.
March 17, 2018
Dear Faith, I am so sorry to read of Dukes passing. My parents were such good friends with him and his family for many years(Barbara and Jack Hickey). I remember many a get together when Duke was there. I was young but do remember visiting him and "Nana"(Arlene) on Silver St. I can also remember him giving us tickets to go see the Budweiser Clydesdale horse show which was amazing. He was a fun loving man who enjoyed every minute.I am sure he is enjoying reuniting with friends and family. Again I am sorry for your loss. May your pain ease with time and be replaced with all the happy memories you had with Duke.
Sincerely,

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