Rose Alspach was a dear lady who I cared for and loved. I miss you so much already.My favorite memory was when I bought you the 3 flavored icecream. You ate the vanilla and strawberry. I had to eat the chocolate to make them even.You thought that was funny.We had some fun times watching Little House on Prairie, having lunch together and just hanging out when you were afraid. I believe God placed me in your life for a very special reason.It’s been an honor to have known you.
Ronald Venn was a class act. I saw him help and older gentlemen and woman unload a trailer at his storage unit and he could hardly breath himself that day it was so hot. I went over to help also but they were done. I found out then that he was a Mason as I am also. We had another thing in common. I used to own a storage facility also. We had a great conversation and he shared some of his military life with me also. I shook his hand and thanked him for his service. I also thanked him for bringing up a fine daughter, Diana, who is a credit to his business. He and his family are a huge credit to this country. Thank God for them and I, Gary Lindemuth, am saddened on his passing. May this Great Man rest in peace. God bless him and his family. Regards from Gary Lindemuth.
Gilbert was a really nice guy and had alot of friends and a fairly large social circle in the nursing home. So many people really liked him. He made my short time out the manor a whole lot better. He will be missed by alot of people
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