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Best grampy a girl could ask for!!!
Lester Parady was my maternal grandfather and he was not just the only Grandfather (or grandfather figure) that i have ever known in my entire life, but he was ALWAYS the best Grampy a girl could ever dream of to me and towards all of my family members! He was truly a great family man who was there to set an example of an honest, hard working and loving role model for his children, which was passed on from generation to the next generation and surley will carry onto this next Parady generation! To see him with his great grandchildren was truly a joyous and precious sight to behold and now that he has since passed these videos and memories of such moments brings me to tears! Truly unconditional love! Will miss u terribly grampy! At least u now are no longer suffering or in pain and u may rest in peace besides your father, and mother, brother, wife and my mom and uncle who have passed before you! Until we meet again! RIP Gramps
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My Grampy
The best man anyone could ever ask to have in their lives. He truly touched every heart. He will forever be loved and missed by all.
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Sorry for your loss. Find happy memories with your loved ones to help with this time of sorrow.
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A Great Man
Oh the memories of childhood, spending weekends, watching wrestling with Paul & Rick, Tammy and I getting in to everything. Leslie was just a sweet little girl. I have so many great memories because Lester and Martha always had an open door. Lester sure loved his garden and always had a big one in the back yard. Everytime I came home to Maine, I always stopped to see him and we would would relive the good old days. He left a big impression on this girl and my heart is so sad. My heartfelt condolences to his beautiful family, know that we grieve with you my dear friends.
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my friend lester
lester was a family friend from the time i was around 8 years old and so was the rest of the family lesters family and my family spent alot of time together when we were younger as we grew older we went our seperate ways but in the last 10 years i got to know lester all over again and even though there was a 32 year gap in our age we became good friends and we would do alot of things together picking fiddle heads going to the dog shelter and looking at the dogs we would go for rides in the country i came to think of lester as my second father he sure will be missed by me and my family but he is with other people who love him too

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