Ruth, Cindy and family,
My deepest condolences
My condolences Ruth, Cindy, Clint & family.
My heart goes out to his family and friends. Lavern was the first person my husband met when we moved to Burnett in 2018. I met him through my job at Peachey Bros Elevator. I was at first taken aback by his interrogation but realized it was just Lavern's ways. He had a few quirks but that was ok because he meant well. He once called me at work to tell me my car window was open and it was about to rain. That makes me smile. And, he knew me as the bookkeeper and the candy lady and kept an eye on things. When my son's car hadn't been seen in a while he questioned me. It was ok. That was just him. He was one of the few people who contributed to my candy supplies at work for the farmers and staff. I will miss seeing him drive around, though I was worried lately. I will miss him following his son and grandson to the feed mill and making sure everything went as he expected. I wasn't there when he passed and I thought to myself did he have one more piece of my candy? He loved stopping there. Obviously, not just for my candy. He was doing what he loved. I will honestly miss him. Thank you Lavern for your kindness and good heart.
Our most heartfelt Sympathy to Ruth an Cindy, and family ,during this difficult time..
Gods blessings to you, to bring you comfort.
Roger & I send our condolences ……. Always enjoyed seeing La Vern in church ! Always had a smile on his face !!