Condolence: Lorraine and Sandy,
We were all so sorry to read about Bob's passing. He was the kind of guy you just thought would live forever. Hadn't seen him since he retired, but my last meeting with him had him really looking forward to retirement. He knew Lorraine was anxious to head to Maine permanently and his statement was "it doesn't matter to me, Sheila, I am happy where ever she is" He thought himself so lucky to have had three wonderful women in his life. A prince of a guy. We all have so many fond memories of him over so very many years. We know you will be lost without him for awhile. Our thoughts and prayers are with you both,
Condolence: I am so sad and sorry to hear about Dr. Kerwin's passing -- I was one of his long-time optometry patients, and he was by far my favorite and best doctor I ever had. I started seeing him when I was only four or five years old and continued to receive eye care from him over the next 30 or so years. Had I known he was practicing until just a few years ago I would have kept seeing him up until his retirement. I fondly remember the beautiful photo of his beloved golden retrievers in his office and his sense of humor and kind bedside manner. I was delighted to read about his love of animals in his obituary including his fondness for a seagull -- he had a lot in common with my mother and me! I am happy that he lived a long and full life surrounded by family, friends, and joy. I wish to extend my heartfelt condolences to everyone who loved him and let you know I will never forget him or his kindness.