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August 18, 2018

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January 17, 2018
I will miss your ideas you shared with me at zettlemoyer auctions.Matthew moyer
January 16, 2018
It's been a long time since I have seen you but I still remember your smile and loving personality. You will always be remembered in our hearts, love Sandy Feather, Peggy DeLuise and Jean markovich
January 13, 2018
You lived a good, active and fruitful life. All the different things you did. I walk into my kitchen and there you are. Who would have known you would make all my cabinets? I walk out my door and there you are. Love the wishing well, huge and made to last. Thank you for always being there when I needed you most. You were the first to hold Tasha even before me! I remember you saying "I held her first!" All the camping trips, the week driving us to Disney, all the family things we did together made life better. I'm sure I could go on forever with all the good memories. I guess I will save it for that book you always asked me if I was writing. Lol. Just one thing though, when you see a phone book laying on the lawn, you aren't supposed to run over it with the lawn mower. That was priceless. Of course you left with a last hurrah. You, Butch and Steve didn't have to get into trouble quite so soon though. The fire alarm at the hospital let us know you were finally reunited with them. You were the best. Miss you and will always love you.