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September 24, 2018

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December 10, 2017
Dear Bob and Linae,
Sorry to hear of your loss.
Jane and Fred Scognamillo
December 7, 2017
Sorry for your loss. I remember Mr. Schroeder as an excellent linesman in the EHL at New Haven Blades games and as a referee during my college playing days.
December 7, 2017
We remember Happy days in Cheshire,Pat was the ultimate hostess, Gretchen, their "puppy"
More fun in Branford, watching the boys jumping into the harbor from the high rocks, lobster cook outs, boating, Meeting up with them in the Florida Keys, their favorite spot.
Dick was proud of his service as a Marine.never a complaint during his illness
"I feel fine"
We were lucky to have known him as a friend,he will be missed
December 7, 2017
Such happy days in Cheshire at their home, Pat being the ultimate hostess, "Gretchen" their "small dog", summer times in Branford, Lobster dinners,boating, watching their boys grow,meeting up with them in the Florida Keys, their favorite place! How they enjoyed life, Dick was a real Marine, proud of his service.always smiling.We were lucky to know him as a friend.
Bob and Kay Chayrigues