December 4, 2013
You've always lived your life to its fullest. On Sept. 16, 1957, you burst into this world, and from that day forward, you worked hard, played hard and never gave up. Your best day was Sept. 7, 1980, when you welcomed your beautiful and talented daughter, Nicole. There were so many next-to-best days; as a kid playing cowboys and Indians with your brother Mike (and trying to burn him at the stake); watching your sister Sue
after putting her in the glass-front dryer at Uncle Rich and Aunt Shirley's; taking your grandson, Tristan, to his first Giants game and racing your car against Bill and Grant (and winning), and so many others. You've enjoyed every moment of your life and turned any occasion into a party.
You're now on to your next adventure. You're with friends like Sam, Mo, Jack and Ruthie, and family – your parents and grandparents and mine. Their world is a better place now that you're there. You've left your mark on this world with your
big heart, quick laugh and your special rendition of "Luckenbach, Texas".
I want to thank you for sharing these last 26 years with me. I'm lucky to have loved you and been loved by you. I'm lucky to have a large, close family and wealth of friends through you.
Our family and friends will get together this Sunday, December 8th from noon – 6pm at our home to tell stories and share memories in your honor. You will be missed.
All my love,
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