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Sara phelan-blackburn posted a condolence
He was a wonderful gpa as I child he would babysit me while mom was working and one day he was hugging me so tight he just wanted to hold me and I bit him lol I remember sneaking into his room when he was at the club and try on his cowboy boots gpa you are always on my mind I love you and miss you much
tracie phelan posted a condolence
I remember when Dad had personalizaed plates for my eldest daughter on his car. He loved her so much he wanted everyone to know it. Dad loved amy and is so proud of all her achievements...she was and always be his lil buddy. I love you dad. MOB,m
Autumn Phelan posted a condolence
My grandpa and I had some very good memories. Several times a year, my mom would take me to the PACC where he worked for awhile and when i sat next to him, he would offer to buy me a soda. Then, he would offer me some popcorn as well. My grandpa was a great person and looked out for people. He cared about people and loved them for who they were. I will miss him a lot and god rest his soul! I love you pop and you are in better hands.
theresa buffe posted a condolence
i really dont have many memories of him for some reason but the most recent was of when he was in the hospital and i cut his hair. he was so adorable to me, i feel like whenever the is death it brings family closer and i hope that is what happens with my family. he is up there in heaven now finally at peace with himself and probably enjoying a beer with my dad looking down on all of us. RIP gramps this is your time to rest and enjoy <3
PaulChristie posted a condolence
Sure do miss that hillbilly smile you had..You looked forward to them Sunday bulletins from St. Mary's church..it was like going to mass to you. You read every word bringing you closer to the lord.
Amy Murdico posted a condolence
Dear Pop, How do I begin? When I think of memories of you, I have so many amazing ones. You made my life complete. You always encouraged me to be the best person I could be and wanted me to succeed. You were proud of all my accomplishments and enocuraged me to keep challenging myself. I think part of my drive to succeed was watching you during my life. You always gave everything you did a 110% and never were afraid of hard work. I always admired you for that and strived to be like you. Memories? Let's see, where do I begin? You helped me learn how to ride my bike and took me on many bike rides. You tried to teach me how to play softball but I was not the best student. You made me love spicy food (this is a very positive thing) and a tradition I am working to pass on to James and Gabriella. You were amazing at BBQing and I look back on those summer nights fondly. You always pretended like you did not know where I was hiding in the living room when you came home from work (I loved you for that). You had a green thumb which I did not inherit but I will keep trying my luck at those tomato plants. I am still trying to figure out what to do without you, Pop. A piece of me went with you the day you passed away. I know you would not want me to fuss over your passing but I do and this is one challenge I find difficult to conquer. You will always live in our hearts and I cherish all my memories of you. And so we prepare for your memorial. James will be having his popcorn and root beer at the club tommorow. Although you are not on earth with us, we know you will be watching over us in spirit. I will continue working hard to make you proud, Pop. I love and miss you so much. You were a wonderful person and truely the best grandpa. So long for now! Aim
sal Casamassima posted a condolence
My fondness memories is the love I saw in your eyes for your daughter. You never held back your expression of love you had for her in public.I will always remember the kiss on her cheek and you saying " I love you". ......I will miss you
sal Casamassima posted a condolence
My fondness memories is the love I saw in your eyes for your daughter. You never held back your expression of love you had for her in public.I will always remember the kiss on her cheek and you saying " I love you". ......I will miss you PAPA BULL!
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Monday, January 13, 2014