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September 25, 2018

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November 7, 2017
Yvonne,
So very sorry to hear of your dad's passing. Thinking of you and Bobby during this difficult time and remembering all the great stories that you shared about him. Aunt Janie is there for him and will definitely take care of him.
Love You
November 6, 2017
God will sustain you ps. 20: 1, 2.
November 6, 2017
So sorry for your loss Yvonne, he was a great guy, had a lot of fun when I worked with the plumbers. Yvonne, he always brought me Christmas cookies that you baked..I will always remember that. Will pray for you and your son..Bob was very proud of is grandson. Take care.
November 6, 2017
Dear Denise, Stephanie, Yvonne and Rachel,

There just never seems to be the right words to say or gesture to show that will console or fill a void in our hearts of a person we knew and respected. Your Dad (my Uncle Bob) brought it all to us, humor, wit, compassion and devotion and it is with that we can learn a thing or two about a man that gave it all and never came up empty handed.

Some say time helps heal, while others find comfort in talking about them and fondly remembering their most cherished moments. There are so many ways we can remember him, no right or wrong, or better way, for each of us we will need to find what part of him we can take forward that best comforts and helps us find our way.

For you my Cousins, I wish only the best and I hope when those moments arise and you feel sad thinking about him, you recall the fond memories you shared with both your Dad and Mom.

May God Bless you and your families.

Rich, Linda and Bridget LeMond