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July 17, 2018

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September 6, 2016
Hi, I am sorry for your loss. May the God of comfort and peace be with you and your family. 2 Corinthans 1: 3 & 4
September 2, 2016
Walt--Though we did not know you as well as we would have liked, we love you through you the amazing family you created. Rest well.
George and Jamie Segee-Wright, Scott Segee, and Liz Wright
August 25, 2016
Lou, thanks for that memory. "Plate of Knowledge" -- that's so Dad!! LOL! Remind those of us on the 25th Anniversary crew to share the classic "It's a number ... and a letter ..." story when we all see each other, SOON. Looking forward to it! Sure do miss Wally, tho ... How he'd have loved the whole gang descending on Boise, in his honor ...
August 24, 2016
I remember the Plate of Knowledge Walt made for me in Sun Valley. Patsy, Aunt Doll & I were playing hot rummy, everyone else wanted to play poker, I didn't know how play so Walt made the poker hands on a paper plate. I kept it for the longest time, wish I still had it. I also remember the family trip to Lake Tahoe, the Ming kids put on a play & Walt was one of the stars of the play, he played right along with the kids, so cute. Miss you Wally Dude