Online Guestbook from Butler Eagle

By May 16, 2008#Life

The following is a collection of notes over the past week from the Butler Eagle website. To view simply click on the following link ->

How kind God is to have given Paul and Phyllis to me as friends and mentors in my teenage years. Words will never adequately express the depth of love and care I received from the Reed family, particularly from Paul. Much grace to the entire Reed family. Gratefully, Eric Grubbs

Eric Grubbs (Chicora, PA) May 17, 2008
I am very sorry to hear about your brother. My prayers are with you and your family.

Linda Shatto (Smith) (Marengo, IA) May 15, 2008

Betty Jo,
Sorry to hear of the passing of Paul Eddie. I have fond childhood memories playing in your family’s yard when we were neighbors in Meridian. Also lots of pleasant memories of your Mother and Father. God Bless.

BILL NEELY (BUTLER, PA) May 14, 2008

Betty JO
I was sorry to hear of the passing of your brother.My prayers are with you.
GARY Poole (Sunbury, PA)
BETTY JO, PHYLLIS AND FAMILES

I CAN REMEMBER PAUL HEADING UP THE YOUTH AT BUTLER FIRST CHURCH AND WHAT A FRIENDLY, CHEERFUL PERSON HE WAS. I REMEMBER HIS MOM AND HOW MUCH WE ENJOYED TAKING HER TO CHURCH FROM NEW HAVEN. THIS IS A HARD THING TO GO THROUGH. MAY GOD BLESS YOU ALL

KATHY KOCHER AND JOHN KOCHER (BUTLER, PA)
Betty Jo and Family and Phyllis and Family, Rmembering with great warmth all the fun of Paul and the other Federal St. and Bredin Ave, kids and the fun of double dating with Paul and Phyliss. God bless all of you.

Nancy McCool Neely (Butler, PA) May 13, 2008

Betty Jo & Family, Phyllis & Family:
I am so sorry for your loss. I have wonderful memories of time spent at the Reed’s and will always remember Paul Eddie’s warm smile and his enthusiasm for life.

Marcia Cornibe (Butler, PA) May 13, 2008

Betty Jo and Family
Please accept my sincere condolences on the loss of your loved one.

Robbie Johnson (Prospect, PA)

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