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August 20, 2018

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June 1, 2017
I'm so sorry for your loss. May the God of comfort give you the strength you need to endure. Again I'm so sorry for your loss. B.H.
May 23, 2017
Grief can be so hard, but our special memories help us cope. Remembering you and your loved one today and always.
May 19, 2017
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
May 18, 2017
Uncle Bud.....you will be missed here, but now you are forever home. (I am sure there is quite a reunion going on)!
I loved you so much. You always had time for us kids, and you loved to entertain us.
I think you amazed all of us kids, when we were younger, with how you could wiggle your ears. I remember standing in the kitchen in Kimball, watching you wiggle your ears wondering "how does he do that"? I practiced and practiced until I could do it too.
You could do a one arm push-up like it was nothing, and let us girls sit on your back while you were doing it. It was so much fun, and we were soooo impressed with how strong you were.
I still have a little red wooden chair from childhood. Every time I look at it, the thought goes thru my mind...."Dad and Uncle Bud fixed up that chair for me". It had been thru a lot of playtimes, and tea parties, one day it just gave out. You and Dad glued and nailed it back together, and added a few wooden braces....the chair is still good today. I treasure it and I might, maybe, let my precious Grand-daughter sit on it....maybe.
I will always remember you playing the mandolin whenever there was a "jam session" going on. Other times you would just pick it up and play a tune or two. Sometimes you would sit and play the harmonica. There was always music.
I have so many treasured memories of you, woven into my childhood and adult years.
Uncle Bud, enjoy my boys, they will show you around Heaven. Give them a hug for me. I will see you all again one day. We will never have to say "Good Bye", we will spend eternity together.
So thank-full to have you for my Uncle. I love you.......Denise