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Condolences for the Family of
Stephen Ludwick

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From: Lee Williams

Hi Carrie-So very sorry to hear of Stephen's passing. Thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

1/6/2018 1:54:07 PM

From: Candi Thompson

Steve was our neighbor on SE Hughes in the 80's. Have fond memories of playing cards, Rook and Pinochle passing away the time on Saturday nights. My late husband and I bowled on a Saturday night league for several years with him. My daughters, Janelle and Johanne grew up with his kids, Eric, Andrea and Jason. Many summer evenings spend playing a neighbor game of volley ball too. So sorry for your loss. May you be resting in peace.

1/3/2018 3:47:44 PM

From: Mary Gutierrez

So sorry to hear of your loss. May GOD's word comfort the family. Isaiah 26:19; Rev.21:4.

1/3/2018 9:43:41 AM

From: Mary Tomlinson Morlan

I will always remember Spike, not Stephen or Steve. My family lived across the street from Spike and his family. As a child, his family was like my family and it was nothing to walk in the front door of their house without knocking. I also went on several trips with the Ludwicks. One of my most memorable ones was a trip in 1968 to California. Spike was a friend of my brothers and graduated high school with my brother, Charlie. I remember Spike and his collection of comic books. He always had the current Archie comic books. RIP Spike. - Little Mary

12/31/2017 9:31:34 PM

From: Stephen Rogers

I knew Stephen in my early years and lost touch with him when we relocated to another state. Even though we haden’t seen each other in many years, I still have fond memories of hunting and fishing and spending time with him. I believe that childhood friends, because of their innocence are your only true friends. And Stephen will always be my friend. May God comfort his family and friends. 2 Corinthians 1: 3-4

12/30/2017 6:42:17 PM