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    August 17, 2008


    Scott Weber


    I am terribly sorry for your loss. Your father's legacy lives on through you personally and professionally. It's an honor to call you my friend.

    S c o t t

    Joyce Long


    What a man your father was! His life and light will continue to shine through you and your children. My father had a stroke this summer and we've been going through much transition, too. It takes times like these to hold onto what's really important in life--our faith and our family.




    These are wonderful thoughts. Thanks for all you've become because of all he became. You're one of the most sincere and significant encouragers in my life.

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you of course.



    Lynn Noe

    And as hard as these times can be, your Dad was blessed to see his family legacy living on in you and to know that it will live on in your children. What a blessing for you to have had a Dad like that. Praying for peace and comfort for you and your family.

    Leah Norton

    Thanks for sharing, Evan. How amazing it must have been for your Dad to hear these words from you. And what incredible life lessons and character traits. I see them in you so strongly ... your Dad must have been an incredible person. Praying for you this week.

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