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Gerald Bargdill
In Memory of
Gerald E.
Bargdill
1928 - 2017
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Condolence From: suzanne oconnor (Hoge)
Condolence: I am sorry I could not be there remember Lanky ducking the doorways due to being so tall. Very nice Uncle so sorry for your loss.
Friday April 28, 2017
Condolence From: suzanne oconnor (Hoge)
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Friday April 28, 2017
Condolence From: Pat Farrington
Condolence: Sorry to hear of Lankie's passing. He was a good man and a good neighbor. Saw him at the races alot when Brad was racing.
Thursday April 27, 2017
Condolence From: Bev Holt
Condolence: So sorry. Just got home from burying a niece and seen Geralds obit. Prayers for the family. Gerald was a super person to all who were blessed to know him. Many times he would stop out of the blue just to see how I was doing. So Sweet. He will be sorely missed.
Thursday April 27, 2017
Condolence From: Mark A Brunner
Condolence: I met Mr. Bargdill around 1975. As a young man I used to unload his pallet truck when he delivered to HBD (then it was called HK Porter) in Bellefontaine. He was so friendly and polite, but what I remember most about him is how physically tough he seemed to be. I could tell he must have built those pallets himself. From his obituary it makes sense to me to find out how active he was and how hard he worked. His nickname fit him well. He came to mind not long age as one of those people unlike anyone else I've met. In my mind I can see him in the receiving office and hear his pleasant voice. I wish I could have met with him again after all these years. I'm sure he will be missed by many people.
Wednesday April 26, 2017
Condolence From: Mark A Brunner
Condolence: I used to unload Mr. Bargdill's pallets when I worked for HBD in the mid 1970s. He was one of those people I have never forgotten because he was so friendly and polite. From the obituary it makes sense how active he was because he seemed to be someone who worked very hard. He did much more than just deliver those pallets. He probably built them out of his own woods. As a young man he made quite an impression on me and I'm sure he will be missed by many people.
Wednesday April 26, 2017
Condolence From: Sue (Waugh) Wright
Condolence: Very sorry to read of your dad's death. Many years ago both of our dads worked at Harris & Jolliff and many years ago we went to school together.
Tuesday April 25, 2017
Condolence From: jim ferrell
Condolence: i knew lankie for over 60 years.he was one of the hardest working ,yet easy going person you would ever want to meet .rip lank
Tuesday April 25, 2017
Condolence From: Randy and Barbara Sullivan
Condolence: To Jo and Steve and family, we would like to say we are sorry for the loss of your dad. Randy was honored to work for Lank for 23 years. He taught him a lot about life and the lumber business. He was a very hard working man and seemed to know a lot of people He was always willing to help others and keep a smile on his face. And to Barb and family, we are sorry for the loss you are going through at this time. Thank you for all the good times you shared with Lank in the past 27 years. He was more than just my boss, he was one of my best friends. I will miss him and will never forget him. After a long life of 88 years, may you rest in peace .
With Love,
Randy and Barbara Sullivan
Tuesday April 25, 2017
Condolence From: Don and Peggy Hays
Condolence: Always enjoyed talking to Lanky. He was a giant of a man, but always gentle and had a ready smile. He was a regular at the restaurant and always asked about the family. Thoughts and prayers are with Jocelyn and Steve.
Tuesday April 25, 2017
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