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July 22, 2018

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February 16, 2017
A big loss, the man was always good to me and mine and I am sorry to the family for their loss.
Chuck Bolton
February 15, 2017
Dale has made it to heaven before you maybe you can look each other up. He always bragged that you were a great boss and friend. May the Lord comfort your family at this sad time.
February 14, 2017
Pam & Trey and Family,
I am so very sorry for your loss. Your father made a huge impact on my life as we were growing up. I enjoyed all the times we all got together and when we would see him at the Mule Barn or down on North Beach. Many wonderful memories of those times. I want you to know your parents were the most amazing and loving people I know. They were always there when needed.
May God bless your families at this time of sorrow and give you all peace and comfort.
February 14, 2017
We are deeply saddened upon hearing the news of Mugsy's passing today here on the docks of Corpus Christi, Texas.

Mugsy was a one of a kind man and an integral member of the local waterfront community.

He was a force, unimpeded by customary means as he traveled the path less taken and led his men through the riggors of stevedoring here on the Gulf Coast.

It is with heavy hearts that we go to work this morning but work we will as he would have it.Many stories and fond memories are being exchainged.

There will never be another.

He will be deeply missed.