November 24th, 2013 | 1 comment
I’ve been in Denver the last couple of days attending my grandfather’s funeral. Having served his country in World War II, Grandpa had a military sendoff and was laid to rest in Fort Logan National Cemetery. Just driving through the cemetery itself was sobering to realize just how many people have served our country.
Even though it was a somewhat solemn occasion, it was nice to see some cousins, uncles, aunts, and many others that I haven’t seen in decades and spend time with them. My dad’s family is spread out from Alaska to Florida and having everyone (or most everyone) together doesn’t happen very often. It was also nice to hear stories about Grandpa that I had never heard before. I was also glad I could bring three of my kids so they could say their goodbyes and meet people that they’ve never met before.
Rest in peace, Grandpa. You lived a full and wonderful life. Your life has touched more people than I think you know.
See you in the next life.
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