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August 16, 2018

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December 24, 2017
DJ I Remember:I remember the blue skies, winding brooks, and the carefree summer days of our youth.I remember the hours we spent riding Jenny's atc, the kdx's, riding the brooks and our burn out competitions in the cornfields.I remember singing "Good morning America how are you" in the back of Butch's f250. We must have sung it 100 times.I remember that "someday" that we would get the Harley dirt bike running and dreaming of riding it.I remember our fishing completions. The day we caught the same fish and tide. 2.5 fish each! DJ I remember. I remember your 16th birthday and all that fun with the gang... kind of.I remember racing the cream colored f150 against your 71 Chevy stepside. I remember our little tuffy where I ripped your shirt and you ripped mine. I remember the camper with all the sodas and how good they tasted, even though they were warm.I remember when we caught the "golden trout".I remember that big red wood truck and waving. You could see it coming from a mile away. That used to make my day.I remember the jobs that we did and your bumpy driveway that led to a mountain of wood.I remember you showing me your new state of the art splitter.I remember when we were younger, being on a wood delivery and your dad telling you he loved you. But DJ, I will never forget your little chuckle, your jolliness, and smile.Rest in Peace my fishing, motorcycle riding, wood cutting buddy. - Jayson Yost
December 23, 2017
spent quite a while helping me get my car started in the foodbag parking lot in the pouring rain...the carberator had a problem he would not give up until the car finally turned over.. we were both soaking wet then he followed me back to my house to make sure I made it ....
December 23, 2017
Howard,and Mrs. Hollister

First let me say, my deepest sympathy for the loss of your son.

Howard, many years ago you and I were great friends, I can't remember which school we went too, either St Patrick's.or St Micheal's, this is going back to the early 1950's. I remember your mother used to give us a ride from or to your house on Blue Hills Ave. Time sure does fly, and the drive in movie behind behind your home, THE BLUE HILLS DRIVE IN MOVIE.
December 21, 2017
DJ was a beautiful soul with a gift of giving, as his farming family always did. Can't believe you have passed on, but God Speed.