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February 26, 2020

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February 13, 2020
My condolences to the family--I'm very sorry for your loss. I remember selling my pony, Black Beauty, to Pat and Mary for the girls back in 1974. It was difficult to let her go, but I knew she was going to a loving, kind home. Prayers for comfort and the Lord's blessings upon your family.
February 13, 2020
Recalling Pat Ringwood in the Sprague community is easy, but my memory of him is especially vivid from Toastmasters. Always humble and congenially self-effacing, Pat could bring us to gales of laughter with a well told story, usually including some clever twist or particular turn of phrase. He had an air of class to him, no matter the occasion, and seemed as at home in suit and tie as he was in dusty farm gear. Never too busy to offer a kind word, Pat was always affably ready to lend a hand to a neighbor or friend. He was the sort of fellow who made other people nicer just by knowing him, and the world would be better if more were like him--he will be missed.
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