Larry and I grew up together in Tulsa living accross the street from each other on 4th Place just east of Will Rogers High and have remained life long friends. We got pretty good at quitely pushing his dad's car out of the garage at about four in the morning to throw Larry's paper route.Unfortunately he was wating for us one morning when we returned ! I am thankful we stayed in touch over the years up until approx one month prior to his passing. I shall miss him but on brigher side ,heaven has a new resident as he was a firm believer in Jesus Christ and has been welcomed to his forever home.My condolences to Sally and Larry's extended family..
Dad, It was just a month ago that I saw you last, and that weekend will be with me the rest of my life. We were living in a crazy world during that weekend, but it allowed us to just kick back and talk, watch a re-run of the Superbowl and KC won the game again. LOL. I know there were alot of years between our visits, but I never stopped loving you and will always remember our NCAA Final Four bracket phone calls. It will be tough in the coming years not comparing brackets with you, but I will continue to fill them out for both of us. I am so blessed that I was able to spend those three days with you and eating BBQ ribs, chicken and baloney. I love you and will think of you everyday. Rest in Peace dad........ See ya on the other side.. Love Always. Byron.
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