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Remembering my dad — 4 Comments

  1. Sometimes the most important thing we can do is not a clever piece of research or a carefully documented proof, but simply telling our own family story to share a life that deserves to be remembered. Thank you for sharing a wonderful story.

  2. Pauline, what a lovely tribute to your Dad… I read it with a mixture of emotions, as today my Dad would have been 94. He passed three years ago next October 18, at the age of 91 and 1 month. Your Dad sounds very much like mine, family first… how fortunate are we who had Dads to be proud of.

    • Our close family members in the 90+ age group experienced so much during their lives. Fortunately, we are likely to have many memories and photos that we can share with our children and grandchildren to ensure they’re not forgotten.