I can’t seem to the find the words to express how my heart aches loosing my dad. When I was little he took me with him every where. We went camping and fishing a lot. Then as I got older we didn’t see each other as much. He eventually moved a little closer to me and I would swing by after work time to time and pick him to go grab a bite to eat and hang out. Which was very always good. Then I moved to Texas we talked on the phone several times a week. His health was severely deteriorating and he never shared his true condition with me. Our close family friend reached out to me and told me how serious it was. I made the trip to Iowa to move him here to Texas to be with me and my husband to take care of him. My dad was back to being together all the time and seeing each other everyday. Even though it was doctors appointments and procedures we both enjoyed each other’s company. Loosing my dad was so unexpected even though his health was bad we was making positive progress. RIP daddy I love you my heart is broken. Pamela Shaw, February 24, 2021 I treasure the many memories we shared through the years. More then a friend, part of our family! How I miss you and will miss our celebrations together. I am grateful for the JOY I heard in your voice in sharing the last months with your daughter and husband in texas, though I couldn't physically see it, I believe you had a twinkle in your eye's and a smile in your heart. Though I wish you were here, I'm grateful that there are no longer procedures to endure or physical pain and I can imagine that you are singing and playing your guitar in heaven with that contagious smile on your face. I Love you my friend and miss you. You are forever imprinted in our hearts, R.I.P. KAREN FOSTER, February 23, 2021 May the road rise up to meet him by the wind be always be at his back and may god hold him in the palm of his hands Madison Power, February 23, 2021 So sorry for your loss msy god be with you at this time Debby Roach, February 22, 2021 Sorry for your loss.
William hand, February 22, 2021 Sorry for your loss tammy cody, February 22, 2021