In Memory

Emil "Buddy" Garske



 
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06/27/14 05:24 PM #1    

Charles Schaming

Buddy was a great friend. In a million years I would never imagine him being a pilot for US Air. Your smile and humor will be missed, Buddy.  Chuck Schaming


07/02/14 04:36 PM #2    

Mike Harris

Ken Cooksey forwarded the following information about the plans for Buddy's interment and celebration of his life:

The government finally gave it's blessing and Bud is now scheduled to be interred at Miramar National Cemetery July 14, at 1330 (that's 1:30 PM for navy and army types).  Allow plenty of time to get there.  The staging area for the car procession is by the administration building.  It leaves promptly at 1330 and goes to the presentation area.  Car pool if you can. The total ceremony is limited to thirty minutes.


There will be a celebration of Buddy's life after the service--time and place to be determined. Additional information will be posted as it's received.


07/06/14 01:19 PM #3    

Janet Edwards (Cundiff)

When I think of Buddy, I think of his great smile and twinkling eyes. Buddy was my junior prom date AND that was the first time I was "allowed" to go on a date in a car with a boy. I can see him standing in my parent's living room with an orchid corsage and a white jacket. What great memories! He was a sweet guy and it saddens me that he has passed. Rest in peace old friend.


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