Card of Thanks from the Family of Bill Ferguson

T he family of Bill Ferguson would like to say a big thank you to all the people who helped us in getting through this very difficult time.  All of the cards, calls and offers of help and food were all appreciated. A special thank you to Joan and Pete Beecher for letting us use your home for the reception and to Bud Andrews for staying to set up and accept food. Thank you to the Ringers crew for so much generosity, even though you lost him too. To the Mettowee Family, you provided so much food, support, flowers and love that we could never thank you enough. To King’s Funeral Home and most especially Mike Angiolillo, for helping us get through this, even though you had your own difficulties to deal with. To everyone who sent a card, said a kind word, or just smiled when you didn’t know what to say, thank you from the bottom of our hearts, peace be with you.

Kathie Ferguson

Lynn, Keana and Kelbie Ferguson

Lori and Freddie Cannon

Tara, Peter, Katie and Chris Beecher

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