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October 21, 2019
Dear Amick Family - Doug, Marty, Margaret, Linda & Alan,

John and Jean were inspirations to so many friends and neighbors. (Our neighbor) Marty is the only one of you that was in the same grade as our oldest child, Vicki. Our sons Dale and Gary missed Margaret and Linda a few years in school. Dee Ann was blessed from an early age to have had Jean teach her piano. Bob, also an attorney, had high admiration for John. I know that your dear father will be so missed, but that he instilled the true virtues of life in all of you at a young age and these values will always remain with you and be passed on for generations through your families. If only most of the citizens in America could be like your dad, this country would not have troubles like so many that are experienced today.

God Bless all of you. We will always remember you're wonderful parents.

Warmest Love and Regards,,,

Georgia Vaughn
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October 21, 2019
Dear Amick Family - Doug, Marty, Margaret, Linda & Alan,

John and Jean were inspirations to so many friends and neighbors. (Our neighbor) Marty is the only one that was in the same grade as our oldest child, Vicki. Our sons Dale and Gary missed Margaret and Linda a few years in school. Dee Ann was blessed from an early age to have had Jean teach her piano. Bob, also an attorney, had high admiration for John. I know that your dear father will be so missed, but that he instilled the true virtues of life in all of you at a young age and these values will always remain with you and be passed on for generations through your families. If only most of the citizens in America could be like your dad, this country would not have troubles like so many that are experienced today.

God Bless all of you, We will always remember you're wonderful parents.

Warmest Love and Regards,,,

Georgia Vaughn
October 20, 2019
I first heard my mother utter the name John Amick when I was a mere youngster. My mother is slightly younger and grew up in the nearby town of Pond Creek. Judge Amick's sister, Georgia, was my mother's teacher for a year in school. I could tell, even at a young age, that Judge Amick and the entire Amick family was held in the highest regard by my mother.

Probably known by most for his legal acumen, most of my mother's memories center around the numerous awards he received as a member of the Jefferson School Band. Her recollection was that Judge Amick, brothers Jack & Bill Coleman of Pond Creek and others, were quite a formidable foe in marching band competitions.

I only met Judge Amick once in my life. A few years back, I took my mother to the memorial of their mutual friend, Dr. Bill Coleman. It was painfully obvious to me, that when my mother introduced me to Judge Amick after the memorial service, that she still held him in very high regard and with a level of respect that she has reserved for few others.

There is a passage in a Grant County history book in which it is written regarding Judge Amick's adoptive mother, Louia, that the joy of her later life was the rearing of Jack Amick. When I reread that passage to my mother this morning, she indicated to me that everyone in the county understood exactly why Louia felt as she did.
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