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July 22, 2018

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November 30, 2009
I remember your Dad. What a heart. Much time has passed since I worked with him and the family at Able Printing, but I have such warm feelings about his kindness and sense of humor. And those wonderful dogs he loved so much :) A sweet man through and through. I'm so sorry to hear of his passing, but I hold the thought he lived such a long wonderful life that he successfully shared with his family and everyone who had the pleasure of knowing him.

With my love and best regards,
August 30, 2009
Dear Candie, Karen, Jan & Joe,
Your father George was a wonderful person, he was a friend to me, my children, my mother, my brothers their spouses and their children, we remember all the Christmas Eve's, Easters', Portuguese festivals and all our trips we took together, but mostly just those days when we didn't have a plan and just drive and end up somewhere new and beautiful, the sundays when we tried new restaurants,they were all good especially the Italian one in Half Moon Bay, but not so much Jimmy's Place(sorry bad review). We remember the first time you took us to Yosemite you were so happy to see the wonder in our eyes, you said you enjoyed that better than the scenery. Bowling with you was my funnest nights, remember putting our wine in coke cans and sneaking it in, we were good bowlers, but you were great, 300 at 60 years old who does that?.
We loved having you with us, remember Easter eggs hunts in Cupertino in the back yard, you and my mom didn't want to do it, but then when you did you loved it and you said it made you feel young again. I was going to write that my mom misses you terribly but now she is also in heaven with you and her family, you treated her so kind and for that I will always love you for it, you opened the car door for her. I miss you at work, when I watch the tv shows we liked. Me, Meigan, Clay and Sidnee loved you with all our hearts and think of you every day. To the Naegeli family thank for sharing your dad with us, we are grateful and privelage to have him be a part of our lives.
Love, Lucinda, Meigan, Clay and Sidnee Gidgett too.
August 25, 2009
Dear Candie, Joe, Karen and Jan,

There will always be a special place in our hearts for George. From the very beginning of our friendship he treated us like family. He was an honorary uncle to our children and a loyal friend.

We will never forget the houseboat trips, the all night poker games and the travel to fun bowling destinations.

We will miss you, George.

Love, Rick and Ruth
August 25, 2009
Hello All,

Your family became part of our family growing up when we were in San Jose. Candie, Karen and Jan, you were like Aunt’s; Joe the fun, big brother; and George was wonderful and I have great memories of him. Some days after school, I would go to Able Printing, so much so that it was almost a second home. As a kid, Tax Night at the shop was one of my favorites. It was the one night where I could stay up until midnight and eat endless sugar. While in elementary school, Ryan and I spent the night at George’s house and we were treated with Fruity Pebbles for breakfast. It was a good break from healthy bran and fruit diet that Mom and Dad had us on ;-) Even though I was only a little kid and didn’t go to some of the ‘adult only’ parties at George’s house, I remember Mom and Dad getting ready for them – like Mom in the most ugliest green dress for the nerd party which I guess turned into a food fight. He was a good friend to all and will be remembered.