From the Paddock Family

O ne year ago Friday October 23, 2009 Daniel M. Paddock passed away peacefully at home surrounded by his family. He had been fighting a long battle against cancer and congestive heart failure. Pa this is for you.

In life we loved you dearly and in your death we do the same. It broke our hearts to lose you but you did not go alone.

Parts of us went with you the day your name was called home.

You left us wonderful memories and though our family chain is now open,

We feel you all around us every day so the chain is not broken.

Love Always from Sharon, Joan, Sherry, Gail, and the rest of the family.

We miss you Pa.

Thanks again to Doctor Gallagher, Hospice, and many others for your help during this time of crisis.

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