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A Life Remembered

Pin It My Grandpa Henry was the BEST Grandpa a girl could ask for.
He was a giant to a little girl like me, he towered over me at 6'2"
and weighing in at a staggering 250-275lbs.

He lived next door, and he was always here,
or we were there. He was a mechanic and a bus
driver. He owned a shop and it was attached to our
garage. I always remember going out there with the
hoist up and smelling the grease. The smell of grease
always reminds me of home and brings me some sort
of comfort.

Saturday, I lost my Grandpa.....
I still at moments can't believe that he is gone,
although I know that he will be there in heaven waiting
for me. I know he is happy and walking, and playing
with his old golden retriever, Rusty and talking with my Grandma.


Tomorrow is his funeral, and tomorrow will be hard day,
but tomorrow we will celebrate a life that meant so much
to so many people. He lived in Hanford all his life, he even
was born and raised on the property he raised his kids on,
and that I was raised on. His legacy will still live in Hanford
even though he is gone.

I will miss him terribly but know that he is in a better place.

I love you Grandpa.


(the following photos were taken in February of 2009 on my grandpas 85th birthday)

Grandpa (1 of 5)


With his three daughters, and girlfriend!
Grandpa (5 of 5)

with his three daughters
Grandpa (4 of 5)


My Grandpa lost my Grandma 14 years ago, but still hasn't lost the touch with the ladies.
He was living in assisted living home for 4 years and found him self a lovely little girlfriend!
Grandpa (2 of 5)


one of my grandpas many good friends.
what a good smile he had.
Grandpa (3 of 5)

1 comments:

- Chelsa - said...

That is a beautiful tribute to your grandpa Ash. He looks like he was such a sweet man. I am sorry for your loss. Thank you for celebrating his life with all of us!

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