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Condolence From: Toby Pierce
Condolence: I will never forget and will always miss Uncle June's smile and laughter. I am lucky to say that I witness them many many times over, mostly while sitting in a boat trying to keep a tight line. I will miss the moments of being taught by a patient, kind soul. Let it be tying a fishing knot, drawing, or just viewing nature in a perspective that made it that much more aesthetic, he guided in such a way that you wanted to do it right, enjoy the process, and yearn for your next lesson. Thank you June. I will now have to take fishing trips with you in my heart and mind. Diane and family; my heart aches for your loss. I was blessed to be your father's friend.
Saturday January 19, 2013
Condolence From: Rosemary and Bill Isopi
Condolence: We were sorry to hear of June's passing. What a kind and gentle man. You have the most wonderful memories and have had a wonderful life with him..how sweet and valuable.
Thursday January 17, 2013
Condolence From: Rosemary and Bill Isopi
Condolence: We were sorry to hear of June's passing. What a kind and gentle man. You have the most wonderful memories and have had a wonderful life with him..how sweet and valuable.
Thursday January 17, 2013
Condolence From: Shannen VanderDonck
Condolence: Mr. Waslick, Thank you for having left us all with so many wonderful memories. We miss you and your amazing charm. One of my fondest memoies was the time you taught me a "Japanize Phrase" so I could speak to Mrs. Waslick when she returned from Japan. When she arrived home, I was so proud to show her my newly acquired skill and repeated "The Phrase" to her. With that, her mouth dropped open and her eyes grew wide,and she started yelling, "Jun, why you teach her bad things to say?!" And Oh how your eyes gleamed and sparkled with that low tone chuckle. You were quite pleased with himself~ That is just one of many fond moments I was blessed with. Di, you know Best Friends are Sisters that God forgot to give you~ All my Love to you, Sayo,Ron and Your Mom Much Love, Sha, Dave and Peyton
Thursday January 17, 2013
Condolence From: Nancy Waslick
Condolence: My Uncle June lived a happy, full life. My heart is heavy because we will miss him. He has left behind a beautiful daughter Diane who, with the help of Ron, devoted her life to her parents. He has left all of us with our own special memories. His grand daughter Sayo adored him. He was a kind, gentle man who wore his smile in his eyes. I am proud and lucky to say he was my Uncle. I love and will miss you Uncle June. With love to Diane, her beautiful mom Sayo, Ron and Baby Sayo, -Nancy, Katie and William
Thursday January 17, 2013
Condolence From: Jessica Waslick Persoleo
Condolence: My thoughts and constant prayers are with my Uncle June's family. He lived a beautiful life full of all things he loved. His wife, family, art, fishing and happiness. My special thanks and admiration to my cousin Diane who dedicated her life to his care in these last few years. Love and prayers, Dave, Jessica and Ella Persoleo
Thursday January 17, 2013
Condolence From: Daughter, Diane Waslick
Condolence: My dear Poppy. What a gift you have left me with. A lifetime full of beautiful memories, and for my daughter too. I'm so grateful Baby Sayo had the chance to experience life with you. Thank You. God Speed...
Thursday January 17, 2013
Condolence From: linda krupinsky
Condolence: Mr. Waslick thank you for all the wonderful memories that you have left me with. You are and always will be loved..
Wednesday January 16, 2013
Condolence From: Elaine Waslick Flanagan
Condolence: I'd like to offer my condolences to my cousin Frank's family. I'm the daughter of the late John and Lottie Waslick and I remember meeting Sayo at a family wedding in Kingston when Diane and Frankie were just little children. My sympathy goes out to his family and he will be remembered in my prayers.
Wednesday January 16, 2013
Condolence From: Lorin Richter
Condolence: I will miss my Uncle June so much and my heart is with my cousin Diane during this difficult time. My Uncle was an extremely talented artist who I admired and tried to emulate. His paintings were inspirationaly and strikingly realistic. He always encouraged me in my art and music. My fondest memory is when he had Diane and I play a duet in his family room. She played the piano (very well) and I played the vilolin (very badly!). He championed us and egged us on to play and did a sketch of us. I remember his studio and his stacks of drawings and paintings. He was a kind soul who loved fishing. I wil miss him. I loved him and love my cousin, DIane and Ron and little Sayo. I pray for his beloved wife, my aunt Sayo that she finds peace during this time. I love you all. Lorin - Carlos and Carson too.
Monday January 14, 2013

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