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Beulah Hartig
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Donna Crim
B: 1944-02-01
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D: 2018-10-10
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B: 1948-08-18
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Charles Dunigan
B: 1957-06-16
D: 2018-10-09
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B: 1986-06-24
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Me and him didn't get along, but does any teenager get along with a parent? Yes, I do say parent. He was basically a father to me and my little sister kk. I was way more of a jerk then she was, plus when I moved away and didnt visit often he blamed himself. I left because I was an adult and couldnt be in that house and in the surrounding area much longer. I had problems within myself that needed worked out so I went "ghost" badically. Within time I visited, can't recall us not having a smart remark for eachother with each visit. Heck, for the longest time I kept trying to convince my mom to find someone else because he infuriated me. When they came to me with their engagement I was a total jerk about it at first, I even rolled my eyes and said "Whatever, do what you want, I don't care." Again, I'm not the nicest person and I wasnt a big fan for qiite some time. After awhile with each sarcastic remark, and him letting me kidnap my sister for a few hours whenever I wanted we started to get along better. He taught me how to parallel park, in fact I almost hit him with the car a number of times, it didnt help that he decided he was the cone. That was pretty funny and a good day, he even told my mom, his fiance/soon to be wife in August of 2017 "Your just frustraiting her and yourself , let me teach my daughter to parallel park." I didn't say nothing to him, because it didnt bother me that he said that because he was like a dad. We played card games together, Video games, joked about the dumbest things imaginable, we even picked on kk together. He could be annoying and frustrating but again all parents are. Even though I didn't visit alot I knew more then what alot of people would think. My soon to be/ basically was, stepdad will be missed dearly by so many. I belive that now is the time that he would want us all together to celebrate the life he lived, not fight and bicker with one another. His family meant the world to him, and when I say family I mean the whole family combined. His family combined with my mom, my sister, and I. No one can say otherwise. If you truley knew Josh you would know that he had his problems, that he cared deeply, and that he hated drama and bs. You were taken way to soon Josh, I hope that one day soon everyone will find their own ways to honor your memory. You'll meet everyone again one day. Mom can't wait to be with you once more one day in heaven. I've never said this but I do love and care for you and I shall miss you and your sarcastic remarks. R.I.P Josh, the dad that was taken too soon
Posted by Indy
Monday April 17, 2017 at 12:01 am
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