Walshdebbie211@gmail.com posted a condolence
Thursday, August 6, 2020
He was the best father in law a girl could ask for!! I loved how devoted he was to his family, especially to his wife of 64 years!! I was always amazed at how knowledgeable he was on a wide variety of topics, but I especially loved his sense of humor. He had such a quick wit and his one-liners were always on point! I am so blessed to have been a small part of his life over the past 21 years. Even though we will all miss him dearly, we know he is happy in heaven. I look forward to the day when we are all reunited through our Lord, Jesus Christ. Love and hugs in the meantime.
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Sunday, August 2, 2020
Dad was sole provider, who after working hard all day had to come home to six kids, 10 years apart. He was a quiet man and much respected, as when he spoke, we did listen! I can’t recall any arguments between my parents in their 64 years of marriage. Dad would get some digs in here and there, but mom would just brush them off. For our entire time growing up in Kentucky until I was 13, we had one full bathroom and one telephone, and one TV for eight people. That’s crazy when you think of it. We never felt deprived and always felt loved. I remember when dad first met Larry and after he left dad said that boy needs a haircut. The next day Larry came over with a short haircut. Dad spoke, we listened! Dad was good at whatever he set his mind to; good at trivia, bowling, shooting pool, horseshoes, and golfing. He loved hanging with the guys doing any or all of these activities. He was a good family man, went to church every Sunday. We will miss him dearly, but know he’s pain-free in a beautiful place at peace with Jesus and family that went before him. Love and miss you Dad.
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Friday, July 31, 2020
I would always try to beat my Grandpa when watching Jeopardy and never could! He was one of the smartest guys I knew. He was so patient with me when we golfed and it would take me forever to putt a green. I loved Sunday Ravens games at the house listening to his commentary. He always had witty humor and one liners that would have us laughing. He taught us to be respectful, loyal, and loving. I will cherish the memories I have with him. I was so very blessed to have him as my Grandpa and will miss him so much❤️
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Wednesday, July 29, 2020