Dale A. Thurston's Condolences

I am way behind on emails and just saw that Dale passed away. He was a kind and I know he is missed by friends and your family.Love and prayers to all of you.
— Judy Toner     jactoner45@twcny.rr.com

I’m saddened that I lost a dear friend of 36 plus years. Dale played a huge part in my life. He knew my parents which I lost years ago. Dale picked up where they left off. He never hesitated when it came to me & my family. A good man. Hardworking man. We spent more time together the last few months. Dale was in pain for some time. Your at rest now. I’m not sure how I’ll go on. Old Fart my kids called him & he’d chuckle. Rest easy “Uncle Dale” I’ll forever love & cherish our memories. Wish I had closure. To his family I’m sorry for the loss of him. His friends…well you all know he’ll be truly missed! ??
— Lyndi Frase     lyndimarie2@icloud.com

One of the most gentle men I ever knew. He helped anyone who needed it. He had an kind outlook on life. Rest in Peace, Dale.
— Sally Costik     scostik@gmail.com

Dale became a good friend to all of us at the Bradfird Ladmark Society. He researched, painted floors and the exterior of the building. He served his country at a most difficult time in history. Sincere condolences to his family and friends. You will be missed but not forgotten, Dale.
— Molly Lindahl     Keemsus55@protonmail.com