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July 18, 2018

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August 17, 2017
I met Joe in the 70's. I was in my twenties, and I at my Dad's and my brother's animal clinic on North Lamar. We hit it off from that day forward. He had a way about him of making you feel warm and excited to be in his presence. We talked for a long time....about knives, the aggies, and each of our personal life. Well, if you new Joe, he would ask you about your life, and kept steering the questions towards you. He wanted to know all the good details that were going in your in it. He had such a way of making you feel good about life, and always, always, made you feel exuberated about your time together, and the fellowship between the two of us. Our friendship stayed the course over the years. That is not to say that our contact was constant....it varied as life passes by. No matter how long it was between, phone calls, coffee, or occasional lunches, we could always pick up where we left off. Our last conversation together was August 2nd, and then he was gone on the 11th. I miss him so much...it's hard to come to grips with that...it always will be. I am eternally grateful for the time I had with him, and always will be. He is certainly one of a few of the greatest people I have every had the opportunity to know. His mannerism, the way he carried himself, and the way he led by example, is a true testament of his character. Joe Seale was and is an honorable man!

God Bless you Joe!