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Memories of Bud McComb


March 15, 2015

From: Wanda Lang (Flooren)
Dear Ann, Terry, Doug and Marilyn, I read with sadness about Bud's passing this morning. This will leave a huge void in your family. I smile when I think of Bud though. He always had something smart to say to me. I remember once, I came into the store and he was sitting there. He asked me, in all seriousness, "Where was the fire yesterday?" I didn't know what he was talking about it but he said that he had been driving home from Chatsworth (and he used to drive so slow - he had a lot to look at), and I guess I had passed him. He figured I must be going to a fire. We laughed. He always had a funny story or something to say. He was a very friendly man who always had time to talk. You all are like that and it is what I love about Williamsford (and still miss!!) God bless Bud and your family. Wanda Lang (Flooren), Richmond, Virginia


From: Rita
Ann Marilyn Terry and Doug deepest sympathy I was very saddened to hear of Buds passing he was a great man and I always enjoyed and made it a point to stop in in visit at the home when I was up that way with Terry ,he will be missed as he was so loved. Thoughts and Prayers Rita💜


From: Gail Draper
Of course all my thoughts are with all of your extrordinary family at this time. Know tghat I am remembering you all and the life of the Bud that I knew. May the outpouring of spport surrounding you help in some small way. Until we see each other...My love is with you. Your Gaily XOX


From: Mike Moore
Thank for the great memories - Cap


From: John and Chris Vlielander
Anne,Terry, Doug, Marilyn and Families, Our deepest sympathies to you all. Bud always treated us with kindness, respect and made us feel as though we were part of your family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.


From: Donna and Pat Murphy
Dear Ann,Terry, Doug and Marilyn and Families...Was saddened to learn of Bud's passing..I'm sure you all will miss that twinkle in his eyes and his friendly wit, but may all the good memories sustain you throughout this difficult time. RIP Bud and enjoy playing ball in the heavenly ball diamond!!! Donna and Pat Murphy






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