Condolence: Friends & Family, Sorry for your loss. I know, I'm a bit tardy, Bryan would explain. We connected here in Ohio while he was here to do archaeology as a Univ of Iowa student with students from Cleveland State University. It was summer field school and it was a farce but great fun besides. Bryan's dream at that time was to become an archaeologist. Bryan and I shared test units in the flood plain cornfield along the Cuyahoga River that summer for 8 weeks or so.
He also camped out in my back yard or usually crashed on my couch. He spoke often about his future. He spoke often about his children & wife.
I appreciate the opportunity to reminisce, sorry for everyone's loss. I share your grief.
Condolence: My sincere condolences to the Rutherford family. The death of a loved one brings many tears and much pain. I pray that at this difficult time your hearts are filled with wonderful memories of times spent together. May you find comfort in God's promise of a time when death and pain will be no more. ( Revelation 21:3 & 4) My deepest sympathy to you all.
Condolence: Oh Uncle B how I'm gonna miss you. You took me to my 1st car race in harlan, and also to sunset speedway. You took me to world's and oceans of fun the one and only time I've been there. That summer we detasselled. And most recent of many more memes, when you stayed with me for about a week in Denver on your way to Cali. R.I.p. I love you
Condolence: Our prayers go out to your Family. You will be missed. I enjoyed our times at the drag races together and the sitting around the fire while you played your guitar. You always seemed to have something positive to say and we enjoyed your company. Rest in Peace FRIEND.
Condolence: Little Brother, You are the only guy I know who loved to fish in the dirty Nishnabotna River and could actually catch a fish! We spent so much time playing under that bridge. I know you are writing songs and singing them with the angels now. Peace at last sweet brother. Love Sis