An old classmate.
Bud will always be remembered.
My thoughts & prayers go out to the family,in this time of sadness.
Chris, I am sorry to hear of your loss. You and your family will be in my prayers.
dear nancy and chris,
just a note to say again, how sorry we are at the loss of bud.
i learned a lot from bud, spent time in my early days of politics visiting with him at the insurance agency, he always had a fresh, good, natural perspective on what to do, or what the issues really were about.
nancy, thank you for all you have done for me, and, at this time, we can say a prayer for you and chris during a difficult time.
i will also, never forget, and bud never did he loved to tell this story how he picked me up on the interstate thumbing in my suit and with a briefcase in my hand after my car broke down!!
god bless you, i am thankful to know you and to have known bud, a wonderful person that added a lot to this world
bob, liz, bobby, and kayla ney
Dear Nancy and Chris,
We just saw on the internet that Bud had passed away. We are so sorry. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Dear Nancy and family
Bud was a great person to work with in the Ohio Valley R. I will always enjoy his smiles and cheerful ways.His full hearted laughter on many debates and issues ,but never losing his temper was a true kind soul and will be missed by all sincerely …Bonnie
Dear Nancy, Chris & Family
Just wanted you to know we were thinking of you, and was so sorry to hear the news about Bud. I can remember when Carol worked for him, and Robyn was 4 or 5 years old, she loved to go over there and pretend to be Bud’s secretary, we have alot of good memories of Bud, as I’m sure everyone that new him did. Take care of yourself, Nancy, say hello to Chris, and to your Sister, Linda.
RICH & SAMRA SMITH
GOOD PEOPLE GO TO A GOOD PLACE AND BUD WAS A GOOD FRIEND AND A GOOD MAN.I LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING BUD AGAIN SOMEDAY IN THAT GOOD PLACE.
I am so sorry to hear this . I used to be in contact with Bud when i wanted to know more about the family history. It seems i lost contact with him. I am disabled my self or i would be visiting the funeral services. My sympathy and prayers are with you all.
I can remember our days at BHS class of 1953 well. ED.
I was sorry to read of Bud’s passing. It has been a lot of years since Larry and I have seen you. Please know that you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers at this difficult time.
My sympathy to the Fry family. Bud was a very nice man, whom I enjoyed working with for several years on the Belmont Tech Board of Trustees. His compassion, his sense of humor and his spirit will be missed by many!
Nancy & Family,
So sorry to read about your loss of Bud, my prayers are with you & the family. Bud & I were class of 53 classmates.
Nancy and Chris,
This is Kay Munjas’s granddaughter, Robyn, and I wanted to write and tell you how very sorry I am to hear about Bud. My mom just sent me his obituary. Around the holidays, you always remember back about great times you have had growing up. Some of my best memories were spent with my Granny at the Beauty shop. This past Christmas, we were all talking about how I used to go to the Beauty shop with Granny, but I’d run right down to the 2nd floor to see Bud. He was such a great guy to be around. I was no more than 6 or 7 and he’d let me sit at Carol’s desk or his desk and I’d act like I was answering calls and I’d pretend type on his typewriter. He’d even let me act like I was looking through files and help customers. It is amazing the people that come in your life and leave footprints on your heart. Twenty some years later, I’ve never forgot about Bud and how special he was to let a 6 year old think she worked in his office. I am so lucky to have had the opportunity to have known him. I will say a special prayer for your family for time and memories to help heal your hearts.
Nancy and family,
We are so sorry to here about Bud,are thought’s and prayer’s are with you and your family in this trying time.
All our love,
Aunt Martha,Debbie&Larry Cumberledge and Family.
I was sad to learn that you had lost your husband, Bud, and I had lost a childhood friend of 66 years. I will always cherish the memories of growing up in Klee during WWII and having a friend like Bud to share all those wonderful adventures.It was an experience that kids today will never understand nor have. We were free spirits. Things have changed over the years but not my desire to visit Klee and my childhood friend. I always looked forward to seeing Bud and comparing stories of those days which seemed to get better with each passing year. Bud was my friend, my link to better and simpler times. I will miss him very much. God bless you and keep you thru these difficult days.
So sorry to hear about Bud. It has been several years since I saw you in Bethesda. My thought and prayers are with you and your family.
Nancy, We are so sorry for your loss. We were unable to make it in for visitation but we were thinking of you and Chris & his family.
Bud was a good friend and I’ll miss him!
Nancy,Chris,Sarah and Abigail
Sorry about your loss, My thoughts and prayers are with you.
i would like to extend our deepest, and most sincere thank you to everyone that responded, and came to pay their respects. Dad is in a better place and is not suffereing. We sent him off in grand style, he would have been proud. Dad, we loved you more than you will ever know, and you touched our hearts deeply. I know you are watching over us now and smiling. I miss you.
We were deeply sadden when we became aware of Bud’s passing while reading the Sunday paper. He was a wonderful person and a good friend. He will be greatly missed. Our thoughts and prayers to you and your family. If you ever need any help or just need someone to talk to, please call us.
With Love, Larry, Lillian, Jeremy and Kathy