Thank you Ketchikan
By Teresa P. Richardson
January 30, 2006
Thank you for the kind and thoughtful words expressed by many
of your residents. It touched my heart that even though Butch
was not one of "yours", you still treated him like
he was. This has been a VERY hard time for my sister, my family,
and Butch's family. We are all trying to get plane reservations,
hotel, etc. while still trying to comfort my sister.
I live in Gulfport, MS and stayed for Hurricane Katrina. I thought
that was rough. However, nothing compares to losing a family
I request that you please keep my sister and all of our family
members in your thoughts and prayers as my sister and her children
will really need it after the funeral in Huntsville, TX and the
memorial in San Diego when they are alone.
God bless you all.
Teresa P. Richardson
Gulfport, MS - USA
About: Teresa P. Richardson
is on active duty with the U.S. Navy. She writes, "Butch
Freeman was my brother-in-law, but was more like a brother to
me. I live in Gulfport, MS and thought going through Hurricane
Katrina was tough, but nothing compares to losing a family member."
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