Lori, Susan and Mrs. Moore,
So sorry for your loss. He will be missed but never forgotten that's for sure.
I remember the last time I saw him. He wanted to dance at the doctors office.
He always made our day when he was in. Always smiling. God bless him.
Sending hugs and prayers..
I remember him very well. I lived down the road on elizibeth dr. his daughter lori was my closest friend then . I know his kindest and had many fun times with his family. I'm truly sorry for your loss Lori.
Mrs. Moore, Susan and Lori
Sorry to hear about the loss of your husband/father. I will remember him as a very kind man. He always made us laugh when I came to your house. Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers.
Kim (Rocco) Herman
My dearest Dad, I have so many great memories with you that I don’t know where to start. We had a lot good fights also that we could laugh at after! I know the last ten years of your life was hard on you because of dementia and your body just getting weaker. It never stopped you though and you just kept pushing with all your night. One of my favorite memories are how we would just drive around and play Johnny Cash songs and dance around in the seat and make funny faces at one another. At this time I’m doing a lot of driving around and singing Johnny cash songs because it makes me feel closer to you. Another favorite memory is in your younger years how you loved to duct tape everything!!! I remember you duct taping my camper door and me flipping out over it and you laughing saying duct tape holds everything together! I have many memories but just wanted to share a few. RIP my daddy until we meet again someday. I know you will be making everyone laugh in the heavens!
I remember when Richard and Joyce and the kids lived at my dads trailer park ...in Clarendon .. he would help my dad and always had a smile on his face ..always there to help others ... My prayers are for all his family ..that they are surrounded with peace and Love during this very difficult time ..God Bless you all ... He will always live in your heart and sweet memories will bring smiles to your face ..every time you think of him ..
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