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  1. Phyllis and Julie
    I am very fortunate to be Reuben’s physician for many years. We had very special relations. He was like my father. I will always remember Reuben’s simplicity and honesty. My deepest condolences to Phyllis and her children. God will give you strength and peace during this difficult time. – Rohit
    Mr. Reuben had very soft personality. I can see him seating in the reception area. RIP – Galina

  2. I want to offer my deepest sympathy to the Wright family on the passing of Reuben. I hope your pleasant memories of him
    will give you some comfort at this difficult time. Also, pray to God for comfort. The God of all comfort will give you the
    help needed.
    2Corinthians 1:3,4

  3. I give my condolences to my sister Joyce and the rest of the family for the death of her husband. “Pops” will be sadly missed as he touched so many lives when he was alive. It is with deep regret that I cannot make it to the funeral. I pray that God will comfort your hearts in your time of grief as he promised that he will never leave you comfortless.

    From your sister Merle and family

  4. Ever since I can remember Pops has been a positive figure in my life. From spending weekends at he and Aunt Meg’s home in Hartford to crash at their home to escape in weekends from college in Atlanta, we developed at wonderful relationship that stood the test of time. Pops you will be greatly missed and I pray for my Aunt and family

  5. Pops we miss you but we no we will see you one day again. Chris and I thank you for making such an impact on our Boys with your kind, patient and loving spirit.

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