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December 07, 2014
I didn't have the privilege of knowing you in this life~however I feel especially blessed to have been given the opportunity to visit your estate sale~the house is amazing~your needlework was so meticulously & beautiful~I also was able to acquire two of your sewing machines~again~I am so very thankful for having been able to touch a small part of what I am sure must have been an amazing life~Love, Debra
November 03, 2013
Honey and Bob regularly played tennis with my parents, Joe and Judy Keenan, when we were growing up, and when I think of summer, I immediately bring to mind the clay court, the giant raspberry patch, that awesome little house, the spearmint leaves inside to eat, and most of all Honey and Bob, and the feeling that I had two extra grandparents right in Lindy's Lake. We lost touch as we kids grew up and moved across town, but I have never stopped thinking of them. We were so lucky to have known them. All our love to the family.
October 17, 2013
My condolences to the Baker family.
May the God of all comfort provide you with the strength needed to cope with your loss.
October 16, 2013
Mom was quite a person..First met her and your Dad when we moved to Lindys Lake. We were immediately filled in on the history of the lake and of the surrounding area where Honey grew up. I think the only thing that competed with Honey's love of Bob and her family was her love of Bucknell. How many women do you know that wear their college pin every day. Sorry for your loss but the joy of having Bob and Honey as your parents must warm your hearts. Pat and Joyce Restaino

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