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July 15, 2018

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March 10, 2016
Daddy Stephanie is engaged.
July 21, 2012
I love you daddy,I miss you so very much!
July 20, 2012
June 20, 2012
I've been missing Richard even though we didn't see each other often during the last two decades. I haven't forgotten his smile, his kindness, his support and unassuming manner and soft voice.

We remember with gratitude his generous hospitality when we arrived from Germany and later the many gingerbread houses he made for Bettina and Kevin each Christmas, as well as our fishing and camping trips together.

I have many fond memories of growing up with Richard in the 50's: wrestling, street football and basketball and listening to the "new" music on transistor radios while walking Commercial St. at night. We drank cokes at the the up-town drive in and talked about the world, girls, and politics. And at night, in the summertime, we slept outdoors, watched meteors streak across the sky, raided neighbors' apple trees and talked, talked, and talked.

I'll never forget visiting him at Mt. Angel Abbey and the impression he made on me in that flowing black robe. I admired his outstanding work with youth, and I'm proud to have been his best man at his wedding.

He was my best friend then and in many ways still is.

Gary Calaba and Family
Portland, OR