Wednesday, November 7, 2007

Ernest Baltzell | March 22, 1940 - October 21, 2007

Some no particular order. Enjoy.


Barefoot Ted said...

Uncle Bud

Thank you for being who you were to me.

You taught me that to love, accept and respect others is a supreme good in this life. For those lessons I am greatful.

You knew how to find great satisfaction in the simple things in life: friends, family, food and drink...and fishing.

I will always be thankful that you were part of my life.

Best Love, Ted

November 8, 2007 4:09 PM  
Anonymous said...

Bud you enriched our lives. That legacy will live for ever in our hearts and our memories.

We Love you,
Jim and Nancy Adkins

November 9, 2007 4:39 PM  
Anonymous said...

Ted, what a beautiful tribute to Buds life. He touched so many people. Love, Aunt MayLee

November 11, 2007 11:25 AM  
Anonymous said...


You kept it simple and honest. You will be missed.

Jim Farrell

November 12, 2007 4:02 PM  
Anonymous said...


How our world will suffer the loss of your tender heart, generous spirit, and hearty laugh.

I remember we met first through my daughter (has it been 16 years?) and since then you've touched, inspired and enriched the lives of my grandchildren, as well. Always a big smile and good word. This little corner of the world won't be the same!

I'm sure you're already checking out the music in Heaven, and I know you've found some good jazz.

See you later, Bud. We love you,

Joanie & Craig Collings

November 16, 2007 12:50 PM  
Anonymous said...

Uncle Buddy,
How I will always remember the time you took your 4 nephews, Joe, Mike, Pat, and Tom and your 2 nieces Leanne and Lanette camping to Pismo Beach. We all piled into your stationwagon with the surfboard on top and we could not see out the windows as we had so much stuff. What a wonderful time we had.

You were a man with a huge heart and always had a kind thing to say about everyone or anything. Your door was always open to anyone in need and you had the biggest smile.

I will miss your stories and jokes at the family gatherings and especially your big bear hugs.

Our lives will not be the same without you. You will be truly missed.


November 16, 2007 3:28 PM  
Edgar Jenks said...

The comments, the pictures, the memories ... not a frown in any of them.
Truly, Bud gave much to us all.
And we still have the things he gave and we have each other.
Robert's eulogy stunned me giddy with a flood of wonderful thoughts about Bud. Ted's work on this site is a testament to the kindness Bud gave freely.

November 19, 2007 8:35 PM  

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