Guest Home Estates misses him dearly, he was great man! The stories he told about the military were very interesting and of course he loved to tease all the staff and tell us all we were "his favorites". Hugs and love to you Connie!
Oh Connie, I am so sorry to hear about your dad. Even though I didn't see him often but at the grocery store, my mom (Norma) always kept us updated on how he was doing. And she would say..Some days were better than others. I know she enjoyed their visits. It makes our hearts sad to lose someone we love, and you have had your share. I hope your heart feels the warmth of his love, and also of Gary's & Pam's during this time.
My mind wonders back to the times we shared across the alley while you were at Chuck & Edna's. Oh if we could just turn back time for a little while. Hugs, Sue
Connie & family, your father was a good man. I have enjoyed being friends with him all these years. And especially enjoyed our visits while he was at Guess Home Estates, where we would share friendship, conversations about the past, laughter and the doughnuts I would bring him.
I will be keeping your families in my prayers.
Connie and family we all know Cliff is much better off in heaven.
Cliff we will ever be grateful that God put us in the same place at the same time and Frank and you realized your Grandfathers were brother's. I am sure Henry and Frank Kueser arranged that chance meeting a few years ago and since then we became a family.
You were suddenly a favorite family member. We cherish all the times you came to our farm and we went to your place. Going to Dr Appointments, feeding ducks at the lake, shooting blue rock, watching KU basketball, praying together at mass, laughing at breakfast and suppers together..
We learned so much about the military and your career in the Air Force. We are so proud of you.
We love you and I know you are in heaven. God bless you !!!