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  • Judy Scheib
    I saw Lyle Friday night, Saturday afternoon when the 56 class met with Ronnie Meyer at the 275 Grill, Saturday night, and Sunday afternoon at the cemetery
    Message 1 of 1 , Jun 1, 2011
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      I saw Lyle Friday night, Saturday afternoon when the '56 class met with Ronnie Meyer at the 275 Grill, Saturday night, and Sunday afternoon at the cemetery services for Memorial Day.
      Judy
       
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      Sent: Tuesday, May 31, 2011 10:18 PM
      Subject: Re: [oregon56] Lyle & flowers

       

      Jeanie
       
      It is wonderful that you and Martha are taking the lead in doing this.  Thank you both so much for doing this.
       
       
      As I had mentioned in an earlier message, I had always figured Lyle as being indestructible.  I guess I concur with you in that I figured he'd always be around.  The only blessing in his passing is that it happened as only he would have wanted ... Git her done!  Just over the weekend he related to me a story about a job where the customer had a locked entrance, so being impatient, he just used bolt cutters to cut the padlock so he could get to work.
       
      Erle
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      Sent: Tuesday, May 31, 2011 5:58 PM
      Subject: [oregon56] Lyle & flowers

      Dear Classmates,

      Martha & I have discussed flowers for Lyle’s service. Would everyone be agreeable to sending $10.00 to Martha Meyer?  She has agreed to collect money and order flowers from a florist in Savannah who does lovely arrangements. A $100 hanging spray of red roses, baby breath & greenery would make up very nicely which is what I had done for my aunt. Any amount of money left over could be used as a reserve flower fund. Later if more money is needed, we can pitch in again.

      Martha’s address is:         2818 Cronkite

                                              St. Joseph , MO 64506

      I am still trying to absorb what happened to Lyle. He was so full of life. I thought he’d always be around.

      Kay Jean

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