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August 19, 2018

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January 14, 2013
Our thoughts and prayers continue for you and your family on the anniversary of his passing. I'm sure he is smiling knowing that Chris is taking loving care of you. Peace, the Noel Family.
January 5, 2012
Patti: I always enjoyed taking your telephone calls whenever he called your office; especially when he wanted assurance that I was writing his message: "Your Dad called. Nothing important--just checking on you." Our deepest sympathy,

Noel and Family
December 24, 2011
Herb loved his Model-T! My Father Clarence McKittrick (Mac) and I spent many hours with Herb doing things with Model-Ts. Herb seemed to enjoy comeing to Dads Garage on South Roosevelt Avenue to talk and help with car problems. Dad passed away a few years back, maybe He and Herb are talking about Model Ts right now.
Terry McKittrick
December 22, 2011
My thoughts and prayers are with the Neel family. This brings back many memories for me. My Mother, Helen Klingler Binckley was best friends and grew up with Maggie. They spent many nights at each other's house and spent many Saturday nights walking the square in Somerset as teenagers. I remember when Maggie and Neel lost their daughter and how hard my Mother took that. Also, Maggie's death was such a major sadness for my Mother. Where all these years have gone is like a dream. My parents are both gone also. I remember Neel coming to the funeral home to pay his respects to them. Such a kind gesture on his part after all those years. Will keep all of you in my prayers. Deanna Binckley Mohler