From: Fran Petiet
So sorry to see this so early in the day. Our condolences to all of you, I always enjoyed talking to him on Javes Road when he and Buddy where out on the scooter, I will miss that little visit. Hugs to all of you and happy memories. Richard and Fran Petiet
From: GREGORY R SCHULZE
Thinking of your family at this sad time in your life. Thoughts and prayers.
From: Vivian Blair
My heart is broken, will miss seeing Mr. Sutton on Javes Road, always a smile and a wave and his little buddy either trotting alongside or taking a ride. Rest In Peace, I will miss seeing you both very, very much, Vivian
From: Bob Williams
Dear Deb and family, I feel like I knew your dad from all our conversations. I’m so very sorry for loss. My love and prayers for you and all family.
‘He will wipe every tear from their eyes. There will be no more death’ or mourning or crying or pain, for the old order of things has passed away.”
From: R. Howard Boss
So sorry to learn of your family’s loss. Bob and brother Howard use to help my father unload hay, when I was a very young boy. Thanks for the memories Bobby, RIP my friend.
From: Tina Temples
Deb and Don,
So sorry to hear of your Dad's passing. He sure was a piece of work. Wonder what your mom had to say when he came thru the gates? I am truly truly sorry to hear of his passing. Great guy!
From: Cindy Washkwich
I always crossed paths with Mr Sutton through the years. When he walked and then when he was in his jazzy with Buddy. Always friendly and just a real nice person You don’t meet that many nice people these days. His spirit lives on and I hope the house he lived in is bought by genuine people as he was. God bless and prayers. Buddy will miss him deeply.
2 miles up the road and out on Spring Mills