Condolence: I could never get enough time with Put, and I will miss him very, very much. He and I never tired of talking about old cars, and I will always remember the big smile on his face when he drove my 1927 Dodge Brothers cabriolet for the first time. As a hobbyist machinist myself, Put taught me so many things for which I will forever be grateful. He was a sincere, compassionate friend, who always had a kind word for me and my family. Put will always be in our thoughts.
Condolence: Oh how sad I am to hear of Put's passing. We spent many an afternoon riding around my farm in a Gator doing chores and just enjoying the outdoors. We also enjoyed many walks through the woods .... me on a horse .... Put on foot. I will miss his company and how supportive he has been to me since my husband died. Rest in peace Dear Put. You were a great friend. Raz
Condolence: Rest in Heaven, Uncle Put. I will always have fond memories of the times you visited with us in Virginia. Unfortunately we did not get to visit in Millis as I would have liked to, but you did get the chance to meet my daughter Angela. Mom will miss your letters from her brother.
Prayers for all your family and close friends.
Love always, till we meet again.