Eugene we have so many memories the biggest was the day we married may 27 1987. I loved you then and love you even more today. You would never divorce me because you always said i was the love of your life. I love you boo 4 ever and a day . Til i am back in your arms again. Love always your wife
Once i made Euge a pan of homemaid biscuits and broughy strawberry jam to his house.He wouldnt share not 1 biscuit with me.lol..Love ya and will sadly miss you Euge..you were a great man. So sorry to the family. Sending prayers.. Cindy Gibson.
I remember when Eugene was teaching my son to ride a 4 wheeler and my son pushed throttle,they went in air and eugene held 4 wheeler off my son saving his life .They were both ok, except eugene had a wrench mark on his butt from a huge wrench he had in back pocket from his impact to the ground.Eugene was a godfather to my kids.we both took my daughter kat and richie to get there gun safety course done together
Took the kids fishing alot
My kids and I use to hang out alot at his place on Murdock road in lyndonville.I lived right down the road ,was always a great time.My kids he would always give huge gumballs to.He always had a big jar..I miss Eugene dearly
He was a great friend
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