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John Dalton's mourners asked to 'pray for Jimmy'

Original post made on Jul 25, 2007

The oldest sister of John and James Dalton asked mourners to "find it in your hearts to pray for Jimmy" at John Dalton's funeral Tuesday. <BR>

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Posted by steve san jule
a resident of Fairmeadow
on Jul 25, 2007 at 6:01 pm

it is with great sadness that i read of the tragedy within the dalton family. i had the elder john dalton as a teacher at wilbur jr. high school and later was privilaged to work with him for the recreation dept. i remember the two boys and the special bond they had with their father. my heart goes out to the family. may their faith give them strength in this difficult time.


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Posted by Robert W. Lehner
a resident of Fairmeadow
on Aug 27, 2007 at 7:04 pm

Hi. My name is Robert Lehner and it is with great emotion that I write this letter. I knew John Sr., Jim, John Jr., Kathy, Peggy and their Mom because I went to school with Jim for 8 years. We were all part of the Our Lady of the Rosary Parish community. I grew up riding bikes, playing in the sand lot baseball park by their home, and being an altar boy with Jim. He was and is a good friend. If there is any one I can help mend or heal please let me know. My dad taught with John elder and thought highly of him. This is posted by rbrtlhnr@yahoo.com


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