Rick, Fennis, Debbie and Lorraine my deepest condolences in the loss of your father, he was such a great person and so much of him is in all of you. I had the opportunity to be his neighbor twice of course in the Evergreen Park neighborhood and later at the Lakebridge Community where i would see him on the porch and wave as I would be doing my nightly walks. I know there are truly no words that can ease the pain in your heart, but know that your father's spirit and love will always be there in your memories of him and he will forever be in your hearts and who you are, and who you are is the greatest tribute to your father.
Sharonkay & Kay Hughes
I will always remember our conversations as a child, with you and my other “friend” as well lol. As I got older our talks really meant a lot from talks about school, baseball, and just life in general. While sometimes we had our disagreements and I of course could do no wrong in Mom-Moms eyes lol. I always respected our relationship. Not many know I have visited mom mom almost weekly since her passing but now I know you both will be together and that you are with your soul mate. Your family values you have taught us all we will continue in the memory of you and mom mom. RIP Grandad we all miss you already.
Thank you dad for being such an awesome father. I will always cherish those moments that we shared together. Some of my fondest memories were when you taught me how to ride my first bike, helping me with my math homework and always being a willing participant with having a catch. And even those times when you went shopping with me how far too often the salesperson mistook me as your wife. You were just too eager to get home to share that with mom. Dad I hope that was because you looked so young and not the other way around. In any event I’m glad that it made you feel flattered even if it was at my expense. You were the best dad. I will miss you every day of my life but I know that one day that I will be reunited with you and mom. Love you always!