Condolence From: Kristina Rowland, Westerville, Ohio
Every Sunday without fail Earl upon spying someone he knew would ring out"Well hi, and their name" I will miss terribly the 'Well hi, Kris' and the genuine welcome and interest in how things were going. But how we all look forward to that very greeting as we meet again in God's presence. I pray Jesus makes His presence known to you every moment of every coming day and helps you through this time of grieving. 61 years is a long wonderful marriage ... and eternity is even better. With deep love and affection.
Condolence From: Barbara Goss, Westerville, ohio
Condolence: So sorry to hear about Earl's passing. He and Vivian were such nice neighbors to us when we lived at 417 Michael Ave.
Several times in the winter Earl cleaned snow from my driveway which was very appreciated.
God Bless you all.
Condolence From: Theresa Likens, Shawnee, Oklahoma
Condolence: Aunt Vivian, Jerry, David, and family,
My heart is sad today because of the loss of a great man. Uncle Earl was one of the best Uncles any Kid could have ever had. I can not recall a time he was ever mad or in a bad mood. I can still hear his infectious laugh. I am not saying goodbye but I am saying "Uncle Earl I will see you later along with the rest of my family in heaven." With all my love Theresa Likens your birthday buddy.
Condolence From: Vonda King, Mountain Home, AR
Condolence: Aunt Vivian & family,
Lots of fond memories flood my mind when I think of Uncle Earl. I always looked forward to spending time with him. Eddy & I will be thinking of you all during this time of grief & remembering all the happy times. Sending our love your way...