So sorry to hear of Murray's passing! Just want to send our thoughts and prayers to Pat and all of the Robinson and Nickason families. We remember how interested Murray always was in talking to us whenever we met. He will be missed. Lindsay and Sheila Busch!
My deepest and most heartfelt sympathy to one and all on the loss of such a kind gentle man. He had a heart of gold and great sense of humour and will be missed tremendously. God has given him a new purpose in life...watching over you from heaven.With much love to you all....
To the most wonderful person you could possibly meet.
He would give you the shirt off his back if he thought it would help.
He always went out of his way to do anything for me so I wouldn’t struggle. Whether it was to drive me around my newspaper route in terrible weather or delivering a washing machine to me when he knew mine just broke and I had a new baby on the way and would need a working washing machine.
Giving me money when I was broke in college or just always leaving the front door open when I needed to be in a safe, familiar place.
I have no idea how the rest of my life will look knowing that you won’t be on the other end of the phone ( or iPad) or just a two hour drive away, but I know I will spend it honouring the most incredible man I have ever met.
I love you and will miss you forever.
Until we meet again,
Rest In Peace, you’ve earned it!!
All my love,
Sincere sympathies to Aunt Pat, and Uncle Moe's extended family. It was just a few weeks ago when the topic of rolling your own smokes came up. I told them I can remember being at Uncle Moe and Aunt Pat's house watching them use the machine. Telling my kids how they would pat the tobacco in the crease, insert the cigarette tube and crank the handle. And not to forget the furniture store. Rows of tv's, which if I remember correctly, was tuned in to Another World. Take comfort knowing you are in our thoughts.
Saddened to hear of Uncle Moe's passing... wishing you peace in the coming days, trusting that many years of memories will make you smile and help you through the sad days.
Karl, Tammy, Taya and Michael Schipprack xo