Memories and Condolences

Steve the schwans man Lewis, Elkhart, IN

I was very sad to see this in the paper as I was just talking with him on Monday. I will be praying for Joy and the family for strength through these difficult days. I always enjoyed visiting with him and Joy on my schwans route.

Mary Leak, Edwardsburg, MI

We are sorry about your loss. Mr. Blough and his wife were very nice people. We rented from them back in 1967. God bless the family.

Bristol Fire Chief Fay Kemp, Goshen, IN

He will be missed. He was a wonderful man. I loved seeing him down at the Bonneville Mill Festival. I am so sorry for your loss.

Pastor Larry Williams, New Troy, MI

Dear Brent and Mom Blough, I'm sorry to hear of your loss. May the Lord bless and comfort you.

Shelly (Gonser) Lynch, Bristol, IN

Sorry for your loss. Sincere condolences to the family.

Jack & Phyllis Grover, Arizona city, AZ

We are praying for you and your family. we will never forget your trip to Tucson. It was such a blessing to us. You folks have always been special in our eyes. Much love is sent your way.

Becka Jimenez, Elkhart, IN

Awww...I just saw they bleeped out his name on my comment! :( That really was his name! I should have said Richard. :(

Becka Jimenez, Elkhart, IN

I will never forget*****Blough! He was my first bus driver, our neighbor, and my friend's grandpa. He was pretty quiet and how he put up with all those kids on the bus, I will never know! I remember one time I was singing a song I made up about Jesus and he looked at me and smiled. I was probably only 8, but I've never forgotten that nice smile looking back at me from his mirror above his seat! :)