Remitz family thank you to all of our wonderful friends | Letter
We would like to thank all of our wonderful friends and cousins that helped so much during the loss of our dad, father-in-law and grandpa.
A special thank you to the Enumclaw Men’s Club for providing the perfect setting to celebrate Claude’s life. Thank you Beth for making this happen. To Olsen’s Meats for their great generosity and thoughtfulness. To my cousin George for making Dad’s favorite kielbasa. To all our thoughtful friends and family that brought in food. To Doug Wagner for the perfect eulogy; you did a great job. And to all our wonderful friends who took care of everything for me, Fae Wagner, Robert and Kathy Chambers, Becky Birklid, Connie Johnson, Betty and Joe Mallery. I could not have done it without you.
To everyone, thank you for helping us celebrate his life in exactly the way he would have wanted – great family and friends and great food. The cards and flowers warmed our hearts and brightened our days.
Don, Claudia, Chelsey and Calli Remitz
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