A man of faith, a friend, a father, a husband, a teacher, a musician, a lover of all people that crossed his path. Buddy was many things and he will always be remembered. He made a difference in people’s lives without thinking twice. He probably didn’t realize that great effect that he had on the people around him. He was willing to learn and spread that knowledge to others. He learned to tinker with cars from his father, and passed that along by helping others in need with their problems. He learned to play a multitude of instruments, and in turn spread music and joy in everyone’s life he touched. Even if it sounded bad, he offered words of encouragement and tips to improve upon. His family, friends, and faith in the Lord has served him well in this life. His memory will live on in every song we hear, every flower we see, and every fellow brother or sister that needs a little help from another. We are all blessed to have had him in our lives and he will surely be missed. Now, he is in heaven fishing and having a much needed jam session with those that have also loved him in this life. You are in our thoughts and may you rest in peace, Buddy. We will miss you.
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The visitation for Buddy will be at Families First Funeral Care at 1328 Dean Forest Road from 3pm-5pm on Sunday the 15th of June, 2014. The funeral and service will be graveside at Forest Lawn Memory Gardens (right next door to Bonaventure Cemetery) at 10 am on Monday morning the 16th of June, 2014.Print This Obituary & Condolences