To the family of Garry Siebern - - - For 12 years, Garry was my classmate (one of only 23 or so) at Roanoke School. In spite of the issue of his eyesight, Garry was always happy, upbeat, and a good student. With his pleasant nature and positive attitude, he was well-liked and respected. Like most of us at Roanoke, Garry was blessed with a loving family, a wonderful town, and a fine small school with excellent and caring teachers. Reflecting on our time at Roanoke those many years ago, I have wondered if Garry would have done so well in a big city with the typical mega school. Rest in peace, Garry.
To the Collin’s Girls, all the Till’s send their sincere sympathies on the passing of your Father Ray. We have nothing but great memories of your Dad and Mom and all the Collins Family. Ray was so good to us, and he and my parents were great friends! RIP Ray.
Jackie, I am a classmate of Eldon, and I tried to visit with him several years ago at the convalesent home in Htgn. Not sure he knew much who I was, but am saddened by his passing, but the Lord knows best. I lost one wife, so I wish Gods best for you after losing two men now. Living in Tucson, I can only offer prayers for the living. Gordon L Jones
Aunt Mugs, You are in my prayers that you are in the hands of your Lord and Savior. May you Rest In Peace. Uncle Dick and my dear cousins; may God console you in your grief as you turn your wife and mother over to her loving God. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. So ofteri govack in my memory of the day Dick and Mugs married. It was a festive day. Please send her off to God with a real celebration my prayers Br Jim.
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