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August 17, 2018

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February 2, 2018
Father Flav was so kind to us when our brother passed unexepectedly. Our family was in shock. Father Flav sat with us, remembered our brother and his funny ways, and shared with us in our great sorrow. Thank you Father, for your kindness. You will always be remembered by our family.
January 16, 2018
So sad to hear of Father Flavian's passing. I used to visit my fiancé for a year and half before she moved to New York. Went to mass every Sunday at OLA when I was in town. Loved talking with Flav after mass and at Fiddler's. A truly holy and loving priest. He will be missed. Ed Conroy, Huntington, New York
January 11, 2018
I miss you every day, Flave! You will forever be in my thoughts and prayers. Thanks for being such a great friend.
December 27, 2017
Father Flavian officiated our marriage forty years ago in Roseburg. We have exchanged Christmas cards with him for nearly all forty of those years, filling him in as our family grew. We were married during our first year of law school and crammed our marriage prep with Father into a few weekend trips home from school between August and December. It was Father who chose our wedding date, The Feast of the Holy Family, which at the time went right over our heads, but we have appreciated more over the duration of our marriage. It feels as though he must have been in Roseburg longer than three years, as we have fond memories of him smashing cookies in my coat pocket during youth night at the parish and returning the favor in his hood, before we left for college. We just recently found out that he had passed away. We will always remember him fondly.