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July 18, 2018

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April 19, 2016
Dear Cousins,
We are sorry for your loss! There are many happy memories of Uncle Norman! He has left a wonderful Legacy and will be missed here!
Love & Prayers
April 17, 2016
I love you so much grandpa
April 16, 2016
My sympathy to all the children of Norman's. Your father was a great farmer ,handsome fellow,
friends , and neighbor. He shall be missed greatly.
I've been on vacation in the Bahamas for two weeks getting rested and back in spirit. Blessing on you all.
Sincerely Christine Kurz
April 15, 2016
Butch/Sharon, Sandy, and all the other family members....

We send our sympathy (again, wow) and handshakes and hugs with the passing of your Dad. As noted before, I have so many memories of both Mom and Dad when I was small, and the 4-H, farming, and school days are cherished very much by me. I really enjoy looking at the old pictures of Chili, and especially enjoy the one where your Dad was on the Chili Baseball Team. I'm not sure what year that might have been, but it was a long, long time ago. When Marsha and I stop at Nasonville Cheese we often ask about you Butch, though we now know you are not at the cheese maker place anymore.

Again, sincere sympathy to all. Perhaps we might bump into each other some day, as I always visit my Great Grandparents graves on the Nasonville Church cemetery, not very far from your family plot.

Recall the memories, and live with them.

Old classmates and friends, Bob and Marsha Steffen