Bee, So sorry to hear about Dick. Was a fantastic person and a credit to the food & beverage industry. I couldn’t make it to the memorial service on Saturday. Marilyn had a kidney stone operation and was recovering. Please know that our prayers are with you.
Was sorry to read about Dick in the paper. We sure do miss having you for neighbors. We had a swim meet that was out of town and couldn’t be there for the service. When we got back the neighbor told us you had been to visit! You have our deepest sympathy.
Sandy, Dave & Sean Evans
Just learned of Dick’s passing. Am so sorry, he was a fine man. Our sympathy and prayers are with you. Much love.
Nena and Joe Cera
Hi Bee, John and Mary Joe, so very sorry to hear of Dick’s passing. Please accept our sympathy. Think of you often when I go by your old house. Bee, Mona Kountz sends her condolences as well.
Maria and Mona
I’m sorry about your dad and for your mother, who has lost her life’s partner. I’d been thinking about you for awhile, wondering where you were and was surprised to see this. I remember when you lost Tess, and now she’s with her Granddad. There is a lot of love up there.
Hello to Jeannie.
Call or write sometime.
Teri and Jeff Jordan
I was saddened to hear of Dick’s passing. My heartfelt sympathy to all of you, at this time. I believe Dick is with Tess, Aunt Betty, and his parents, now. I pray that God provide comfort and strength for all of you.
“They are not gone, who live in the hearts, they left behind”.
Native American Proverb
With Love, Cindy
John, Mrs. LaPolla, MaryJo & Jeannie,
I am sorry for your loss. Please accept my sincere condolences. Whenever I go through the intersection, I can still see the green bulding on the corner: “Oasis.”
I am sure Mr. LaPolla now knows true peace.