- 71 years old
- Date of birth: Mar 15, 1939
- Date of passing: Nov 29, 2010
|Let the memory of Russell be with us forever|
"Just wanted to say, I hope you and dad have a nice Christmas,
You both will be missed, as usual.
Holidays just aren't the same anymore."
"Hope you have a happy Thanksgiving, we'll all be missing you.
Tell dad I love him wish I was there."
"Tell dad Happy Birthday for me!
Miss you too!"
"Happy late Fathers Day. you and Dad know I was almost gonna join you both , but I guess dad and god aren't ready for me yet! Miss you and love you too.
Hope you know Robin is swendeling your retirement money that I guess Anne got.
Oh well enjoy heaven."
"Just wanted to say happy Memorial Day. Hope all is well in Heaven!
Tell dad hello.
Miss you both,
from Rhonda Smith Wise"
"Just wanted to say Happy Birthday, hope your enjoying heaven with my dad! miss you both very much"
"Wish you were still here.
Hope you and dad are loving heaven.
Wish I was there!"
"Just wanted you to know I thought of you today."
"Happy belated birthday Russell."
"Happy 74th birthday Russell. Your still missed and loved dearly. Tell dad #1 that i love and miss him every day more than he will ever know. from your #2 daughter, Rhonda"
"today will have been 2 years since i got the phone call from your daughter Robin that you had passed, i ttried to have good thoughts, you went doing what you love to do, working up a deer. i want you to know i still think of you, cant pull myself together enouph to go in Ryans steak house yet. I hope your with Dad, having a good time in heaven. wish DAD and you were still here. i luv uboth"
"well russel it has been 2 years now since youve been gone, i hope you remembered to tell dad hello and i love him for me. I want to say thank you for the years you watched over and took care of me when dad passed away. you are my second dad, you where there like a dad to me, i love and miss you also. hope you found dad. from your other daughter rhonda"
"happy birthday Russell. we love you and miss you."
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