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July 19, 2018

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May 16, 2016
Sorry to hear of the loss of your dear father I had the utmost respect for him. Ross was always a real gentleman!
May 10, 2016
I remember in the aftermath of the Columbus Day Storm in 1963 we were without electricity for weeks and therefore without water. The Iversons had an artesian well and allowed us to haul water for our stock. Always serving the community. Well done, thou good and faithful servant!
May 8, 2016
RIP Mr Iverson..
You and your family gave me wonderful childhood memories.I used to be so grateful to come pick beans at your farm, instead of picking berries at ours.."-)..(I hated getting my hands so stained with berries.."-)..
Condolences to all your family. May they know they will see you again in heaven.
Sincerely,
Mary(Trierweiler)McLaughlin
May 6, 2016
If I remember correctly the Columbus day storm of 1963 Iverson's were still raising rhododendrons. They like most of us in the area had various degrees of damage. We, the Jennings along with the Jenks and a host of others I'm sure descended onto the farm to upright planters and help in any way we could. In those days it was what you did and it was a good thing. Barbara Jennings Davis