Condolence: Dear Colleen, Tim, and girls,
So sorry to hear about your dad's passing. I just read the news and I wish I could have seen you all at the services. Loved the story of Pops playing harmonica after dinner, wish I could've heard him play. Stay well, and remember to give 'em all a hug.
Condolence: So sorry for all of you with David's passing but hopeful he is now at peace and I am sending lots of prayers your way.I enjoyed when David lived with us at Hodgdon Green when he would smile and laugh and his eyes would sparkle especially when he would play his harmonica after supper for the other residents and tap his feet and sing too . Many a time when he was able to residents and staff alike would be clapping along and this was a good memory for all involved.He often would talk about his family and his band and old snowstorms and baseball when I would go in to give him meds .He was very brave and polite and he made a very good and lasting impression on many of the residents that mentioned him fondly when I worked last night . Sincere sympathy and will miss you David .