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September 25, 2018

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November 20, 2017
crystal beach md. drexel hill pa.Many great memories
November 17, 2017
Dear Jack & Jimmy & families, It has been awhile, but I am so happy that I had met your Dad & been in his company on a few occasions. I am so sorry for for your loss. What a great guy he was! He will be missed! Sincerely, Tina Castellano-Moore / Chaplain GDH Volunteer Ladies Auxiliary Chaplain
November 14, 2017
Jack/Jimmy and Families,

I am so sorry to hear of Russ' passing. He was a truly great person and will be missed. I am sure his friends welcomed him with open arms.


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November 14, 2017
To Jimmy and the entire Clark family. Our deepest sympathy to you on the loss of such a wonderful person. He was always there to offer help or just keep an eye out to make sure everything was fine and there weren't any problems. We will remember how he loved to chat and how much he loved his garden and lawn, He was so proud of the weed digger he had sharpened so much that it was only a couple of inches long. We will remember how much he enjoyed his Manhattens and his sweets. We don't believe that anyone will ever come close to being the man that Russ was. Both of us hope that the memories of who and what he was will bring comfort in the days ahead. God bless him and God bless you.