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  1. I love you, Uncle Guy. I will really miss you. You always made sure we each knew we were special and loved. Thank you for always being interested in my life & happiness and for being concerned about me being alone. As I always told you, I’m okay.
    My heart with constant love & prayers are with you Aunt Rudis, Scott & Kim, Sandy & Bucky, and all you wonderful sons. I love you precious family. May you be comforted during this time and in the days & weeks to come. Sheila

  2. The Lord surely blessed all us who claim you as part of our family. I will never forget your loving nature and glowing smile, sharing family Christmas and Easter celebrations,and you sharing your love for your trains. I felt honored to know that my first outing after birth was to your wedding, so we always knew how long you had been married and how old I was. Thanks for being my Uncle Guy. I will always love you and your family. May the Lord continue to Bless and Cormfort them in your absense until we all meet again.

  3. I WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER THE GOOD TIMES. PLAYING CANASTA AND OUR THURSDAY CLUB. RUDIS ..MY THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU AND THE FAMILY.

  4. I am ssssoooo sorry to hear of your loss. Our prayers are with you and your family. My children are also praying for your families, too.

    Hope to see you Sunday.

    Love you all much,
    Annah Cobb

  5. My thoughts are prayers are with you. You always made me laugh and was so supportive when I lost the love of my life over 10 years ago. My love goes out to you aunt Rudis, Kim and Scott, Bucky and Sandi and all the boys. I will truly miss you uncle Guy. Until we meet again I will only say farwell for now. Love Pam

  6. Uncle Guy, you and Aunt Rudis have always taken me and the rest of your nephews and nieces under your wings, encouraged and supported us, and made us feel very special and loved. From the time I was a very small boy, you always took time with me. In fact, one of my earliest memories is your wedding. Guy, I always loved competing with you to be first in line at family meals though you always won somehow. I have always so much appreciated your difficult and dangerous service in WWII, and as Wayne so aptly and poignantly stated it you have always been, and will always be, my hero! I love you and Aunt Rudis and will continue to pray for your family.

  7. Rudis, I’m so sorry that you are having to experience this pain. Please remember many folks love you and stand ready to help. I’m available any time. With much love,
    Judy

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