Condolence: It is so hard to say goodbye. I have so many fond memories of you over the years. Our annual trips to the CNE, where we would go around and enjoy the exhibits. You started out as my father-in-law, but over the years the in-law disappeared, and you were my father. Who can forget our monthly grocery shopping to the supermarkets where you would insist on going to 4 different supermarkets and it would drive me crazy…. I will miss not being able to do that again. I knew I drove you crazy, because I did not possess a debating spirit. You were so strong in your beliefs I knew I wouldn't stand a chance. The few times I tried, to stand my ground I failed miserably, but it was fun. In the last year as your body became frail, one thing that never changed was your mind. You were strong to the end. You are at peace now, with your heavenly Father. You will be missed, but not forgotten and loved.
Condolence: Grandpa, people say that wisdom comes with age. And you definitely proved that. Thank you for all your advice. Thank you for teaching me about God. You were always the kind of person I would want to be around. Thanks for always being you.
Condolence: Wow your with Jesus now who knew things would happen so soon it seems like yesterday we were cerebrating your birthday and you were telling me and Jaelyn to stop arguing. Thank You for all that you have done. We will always remember you. Say hello to Jesus for me!