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Becki January 12, 2013 at 02:50 am
Jimmy was a fantastic guy, and he always made my Mother Pat (Junction Pharmacy) smile and feelRead More special. He also served me my first "legal" drink at Ryan's...many years ago. Love and prayers to his family and friends who miss him already.
rosemary January 12, 2013 at 03:25 am
I have to admit that Jimmy was partly responsible for marrying Ronnie Conn. Jimmy was the best withRead More a heart of gold, a ready smile and a fab sense of humor. We'll miss ya man.
JustMe June 12, 2012 at 01:49 pm
What a sweet story about an incredible husband, father, son, craftsman and friend. Just goes toRead More show you what you can achieve with hard work, determination, and the right woman by your side. May he rest in peace.
Chef Chuck Kerber March 7, 2012 at 09:57 pm
Peg was sweet, kind and generous- she will be missed.
cecilia veatch March 9, 2012 at 09:39 pm
awh, i remember her as the coffie natzi lol,she was awesome! i always went in am rush.you best haveRead More known what u wanted lol!! Loved her
jessica March 10, 2012 at 12:01 am
R.I.P Gramma!!
GREGG September 18, 2012 at 04:02 pm
Ariana Say May 2, 2011 at 07:23 pm
Dick Lithgow was an amazing man & had a great impact on my life growing up. I could ask himRead More semi-personal things that I was too embarassed to ask my doctor or even my mom. I hung out at the druggie and remember my favorite part as being the popsicles in the big case in the front. They weren't the popsicles of today. They were flavorful & came in great flavors. Mr. Lithgow even let me bring my German Shepherd dog into the store. She went everywhere with me and we shared those popsicles on the way home. The last time I saw him was at an Edgewood Community Day back in the late 90's. He was cooking chicken with the Fire Dept. It was so good to see him. I had left Edgewood for Forest Hills years before and lost touch with some special people. He was definately one of those special people. I went to school with his children although none were in my immediate class. The day he told me I was old enough to call him Dick, I was floored. I don't know if I was ever able to do that. Maybe out of respect, maybe I didn't think I was old enough. I know his wife Jeanne Ann from doing plays at the Edgewood Club. She was always very sweet to me. I will remember him fondly for the rest of my life. My sympathies go out to his children. He was a very special man. Ariana Say
Susan Lithgow May 2, 2011 at 08:34 pm
Ariana and Jason, Thanks so much for your wonderful memories of my father and The Druggie. He hasRead More left footprints in the minds of so many; a life well lived!
Richard Lithgow May 3, 2011 at 11:42 am
Hey Ariana! I did graduate with your sister, and seeing her picture on Facebook, she still looksRead More the same from highschool. He enjoyed the Druggie and the way of life there. Even though he was fighting the Revco's, and other chains to stay in business, it was the merger of schools to Woodland Hills that was the final blow to the Druggie. Please know that he found a wonderful wife when my mom passed, and made quite a life for himself with friends and family down in Lakeland, FL. They knew him and felt about him as he was looked to in Edgewood, thru his work and volunteering in Lakeland. Here is a link to his obituary in the Post-Gazette that ran back in March. Thank you for your thoughts! http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/11087/1135281-122.stm Rich
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