want to express my condolences to the family or William Wagner. My heart goes out to Patricia and the entire family. Bill was a good friend and we shared many great laughs and good times together. He will be missed so much. I am proud to have known him and his wonderful family.
I just wanted to send Pat, Bill and family my condolences on the passing of his Bill Sr. He was such a cheerful guy; I used to see him now and then in the chiropractor's office and we would chat and laugh about one thing or another. I'm sure you all miss him very much. God's peace to you all.
Very sorry to find out about Harold’s passing. Condolences from the entire Mortimer family at Westfall Farm where Harold spent 40+ years working. (I am the oldest grandson of Duke Mortimer and knew Harold for 37 years) He was a devoted worker, a friend, and just like family to those that knew him!
Dear Ed, Doug, and Deven,
We were shocked and saddened to read of Karen's death. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. We had hoped to get to the wake on Wednesday, but Mother Nature had other plans. Your wife and Mom was a very special person - may your memories comfort you during this difficult time.
The Sadaghiani Family
Ed, Doug and Devon…We are so surprised and sincerely saddened to learn of Karen’s passing. The two of you made such terrific team in the many varied experiences you have shared. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers….Linda & Kevin Birmingham
Dear Ed and Family,
Do know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. We had every intention of coming to the funeral parlor today (Wednesday) for the visitation to express our love and sympathy in person. However, due to the weather and the fact that the roads here our "on hill" are in terrible shape, we are not venturing out.
We loved Karen and have fond memories of many breakfasts shared at the diner and church dinners at the firehouse. She was a special person that impacted many lives over the years.
Ginny & Bill Dudko
My deepest condolences to all of you on the loss of my high school and beyond friend! Karen will be missed by many. She was a remarkably compassionate woman...I will miss our communications. May she Rest In Peace as she watches over all of you!
o the Family of Michael David Owens.
I am so sorry to hear of your lost .I can honestly say that over the years that i worked side by side with Michael i learned we was a very special person.We may have had a job to do but it was fun, He always brought a smile to your face.He was very proud of the accomplishments of his children and always spoke highly of marrying his best friend. I enjoyed our trips at lunch to his favorite hot dog joint and was very proud of where he lived and happy with who he was.I am very happy to say for a time that i was a coworker and friend of Mike.I will hold on to all the great laughs i shared with such a special man.
Once again i offer my condolences.
Dear Josie and Family,
Sorry I couldn't make the services for Aunt Jo- I have a Monday deadline to drop a model off in Boston and will be living out here in the studio till then.
It was great catching up with you again on the phone. Please send my love to Kathy and Mike. Gay Trovei and I do keep Patrick's spirit alive- not a year goes by without adding a photo of Pat on his birthday or passing anniversary and it gives everyone an opportunity to share remembrances of Pat- and they are ALL wonderful. I miss him greatly and always remember him with a huge smile.
I have a great photo if I can find it that I will send you once I get this model out the door next week of your folks, Aunt Jo and Tommy at my wedding reception at Eddy Farm back in 1991. Here's hoping they are all celebrating together again and that they are watching over us until the day we join them.
All the best to you and the family. I hope we have the chance to actually see each other at the next reunion- probably in 2020 or 2021, God willing...lol.... I will make sure you are on the list!
I am so sorry for your loss. For an all too brief moment he had been a student in one of my classes at North Country Community College in Saranac Lake. May he finally have the peace he was yearning for. –Susan Steen