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1923 - 2016 Obituary Condolences
George Silkworth Obituary
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July 21, 2018

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April 12, 2016
Dear Sue-

My condolences.

Lora Petso
March 28, 2016
Dear Sue - I was very sad to see the obituary for George in the paper and I was glad I had the opportunity to visit a bit when I saw you at the last Petso party. George always had a smile on his face and could make everyone laugh. He will be missed by everyone who knew him. You two were always so much fun to be around and I hope I will continue to see you once in awhile, as long as the good Lord sees fit. My sisters, Doris & Clare, also send their condolences for a fun loving man we were all happy to have in our lives.

You are in my heart & prayers, Sue. Love, Wanda Leffler
March 21, 2016
Sue and Steve--

My condolences to you on your loss. But I'm sure that's tempered with the knowledge that George had one heck of a great run during his time on this earth. His obituary was a great tribute to a great (yes, great) man--thank you for recognizing that people who do their difficult work well, and live their lives well, are truly worthy of our esteem.

My best to you both,

Joe (George) Reynolds
Dallas, Oregon