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October 20, 2019

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September 13, 2019
Tracy and Lara,

Darren just told me about your Dad, and I am so sorry for your loss.

Michael was a kind and caring man. Memories go back many years to when our families were younger and the fun we had. He cared for you two immensely!

My Condolences,
Carol
September 12, 2019
I had the pleasure of meeting you and your beautiful wife while working at Starbucks, you were such a delight and will be missed. My sincere condolences. With Love,
Shannon from Starbucks
September 10, 2019
Dad,
I remember the last time you I & laughed inside when I saw how you were Looking at me. You always knew how to show me how special I was to you. From day one you were always bragging about how I was your dtr and the first girl in our family in 60 years. You're such a part of who I am & now that part will just be memories.
No matter how much I need you now, Heaven needed you more! I remember when I was standin' at the altar Between the two loves of my life. To one I've been a daughter, To one I soon would be a wife
When the preacher asked,'Who gives this woman?'
Your eyes filled up with tears, You kept holdin' tightly to my arm. 'Till I whispered in his earYou can let go now, Daddy.
It killed me to see, The strongest man I ever knew had to let go to be there in heaven!
Save me a spot wait for me at the gates and please let grandma & Grandpa, Unc Murray,Mom, and The Twins I will be there soon. I will tell every story you and I have to your Great Granddaughter Leyah Starr about the Hero who I will always respect, remember, and love! Tell Your bestie Dr Everett hello for me. Now y'all can play in your Corvettes all y'all want. You were always the winner!
Your little girl is ready, To do this on my own
It's gonna be a little bit scary, But I want you to know
I'll be ok now, Daddy
YOU WILL ALWAYS BE My HERO!
September 9, 2019
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