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The lighting of a Memorial Candle not only provides a gesture of sympathy and support to the immediate family during their time of need but also provides the gift of extending the Book of Memories for future generations.
Our relationship with Nicki started with coffee at the local Dunkin Donuts surrounded by American Legion members and friends. He was a greeter and called everyone by name as they entered, and happy to share the news of the day especially sports, and old memories.. of the battleships i.e. Wisconsin, Protius sub -tender etc. Our afternoon visits were relaxing as he listened to music in the background - favourite 40's and 50's continuously or 'til his family called to check out the day.
Trips to Rt.32 with Sam, and our outings for fish dinner, or pizza once in a while locally kept him on his toes and loved to drive his car. Kept up with 'business' as ever, and food shopping in Worcester until later this year.
We didn't dwell on the WW11 era too much, but it was satisfying for me to meet this friendly gentleman with fun stories that kept people sane in those 1940's days.. Friends forever Nicki, many thanks to all who helped us win that war...... and much admiration for others thereafter. Hope you'll see the sunlight forever. God bless all who love peace, kindness, patience and understanding. Love from 'over the pond'