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August 15, 2018

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February 17, 2018
Denny and I, remember Blair well, there were times he would bring Macon over before work. Blair was a gentlemen and one could easij see his love for his son.
February 17, 2018
Kay, While searching, I came upong Blaurs passing. Dennis and I send our deepest and heartfilled sympathy. We remember Blair as a truly caring parent..he had so much love for his family. God Bless
January 7, 2018
Honoring a Life well lived. I've never met Blair, but have always enjoyed reading his thought provoking articles in the Fairview Town Crier. And after reading Sandie Rhodes article on the front page in the Jan 2018 Town Crier entitled "It's Time for Change", I sadly realized that Blair had passed on. Sandie honored his memory beautiful in her article stating "As many of you read last month, Blair Clark, a man of great wisdom who wrote on this topic over his years as a columnist for the Crier, ran out of time after finishing his last column. It was his passing, along with too many other friends of late, that has made me realize that what I now need is time". Sandie's article propelled me to find Blair's obituary book, to thank and honor him. Reading Sandie's article, Blair's passing, the passing of another friend with ALS, all these events give us pause. How are we spending our lives? I just turned 62 in Aug and after being run off the road on Garren Creek in June and colliding head first with a tree, which totaled my car and broke my foot, my entire outlook on life changed.....to the realization that one must enjoy each day fully. Not in the future. Today. Don't postpone joy. The days slip by and can't be re-lived. I'm now retired and enjoying life with my husband and family to take outings, plan and take trips and to enjoy nature and family time. After all, we really have no control over the time we're granted. But we do have control over how we live each day. Blair constantly reminded others through his articles with the Crier, to live life to the fullest. So even after his passing, he still has a remembered, positive influence on others. Thank you, Blair for this gift. Please accept my humble condolences to the family and I send positive thoughts and prayers for healing.
January 3, 2018
I didn't get to meet him, but was touched by his columns in the Fairview Town Crier. They were calming, centering, and inspiring. I loved the usual reminder: "you are here". Like other courageous people, he did his own suffering in private, and undoubtedly will be receiving his reward "up there". Prayers and comfort for his dear family! Sincerely, Sally Riddle