- 87 years old
- Date of birth: Apr 13, 1920
- Date of passing: Feb 13, 2008
|Let the memory of Vernon be with us forever|
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Vernon HUDGIN, 87, born on April 13, 1920 and passed away on February 13, 2008. Remembered always with love, laughter and awe. Ever thankful for the precious time given to better understand and accept him for the man he was.
"Miss you Poppason!"
"Eight Years - sometimes like such a short time ago and then sometimes feels like forever. Hope the angels are taking good care of you and Mom. Love you and miss you so much!"
"I never got to meet you... but the way that Joey's eyes light up when he talks to me about you tells me what a great man you must have been. He misses you more than words can express, and speaks of you nearly every single day. The impact that you made on his life was tremendous, and he shares that both through my boys, and through Aiden."
"I remember those Laura Secord eggs too. You always shared even though it did not leave much for you. I still love those eggs. Thinking of you on your birthday and missing you...... wishing you were still here with us. I think you and Bosko would have liked each other."
"Visited Dad while Dylan was home at Easter. When we were kids it seemed that we celebrated Dad's birthday at Easter. Mum always got him the big Laura Second Easter Egg. I still love them. Miss you Dad!"
"Left a guardian angel for Dad on April 12th so it would be an early surprise for his birthday. Silly me! Miss you Dad!"
"Another sad birthday - missing Dad!!!"
"I feel like I should put new pics up but I kind of like the old ones. I'll probably make a trip to the cemetery today. Time flies!"
"6 years seems like such a long time - but also such a short time. Seems like Dad has been gone forever, yet also seems like yesterday. Love you and miss you Dad."
"Weirdest thing! On "Blue Box Day" I had taken my empty blue box from the roadside and placed it on my porch. I had to drive past Dad's old house to go to work. There was an empty blue box at the end of the driveway and for a split second I thought, "I should stop and pick Dad's blue box up for him". OMG - but then I was able to laugh at myself and know he was thinking of me. MISS YOU DAD!"
"Love you and miss you!"
"The Legion dinners were always great - I miss being able to go with you Dad - and everyone else to."
"This is a pretty cool site for a pretty cool guy!
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