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Santa Bear Larry

My Ms. Dee Claus passed to her heavenly home Oct 7.  She is missed terribly.  Thank you to all for prayers and words of comfort.

I will try to continue as Santa for her.

Santa Bear Larry

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Cabot Santa

So sorry for your loss.  Prayers to you and your family.

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SantaJoe

I am so sorry to hear this! Prayers to you. 

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Texarkana Santa

So sorry for your loss.  You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.

 

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Eileen Strom

So sorry. My Condolences to you and your family, as well as my prayers to help you to heal.

 

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SCSanta

I am so sorry for your loss. May you be comforted by loving memories of your time together.

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Bestemor Claus

Santa Bear Larry, I am so sorry to read that your Ms Dee has passed. I just went back and reread your tribute to her. It is a lovely tribute that I am sure only scratches the surface of your deep love and commitment to each other. You, your family and friends are in my prayers. Please know this family in red has you in their hearts as you start into the most difficult time without your Ms Dee Claus. You have my deepest condolences.

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Santa TJS

Very sorry for your loss.

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Santa Mike IN

So sorry for your loss.My condolences to you.

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Michael Rielly

Sorry for your loss Larry

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Nick Hudson

Sorry for your loss. 

 

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Santa Rick of Memphis

Prayers coming your way. May God keep and bless you.

 

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Santa George

So very sorry for your loss. You will be in our prayers for you to have strength through this difficult time.

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Dutch Schrap

I'm so very sorry for your loss, Larry.  You and your Family are in my thoughts and prayers.

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Santa Joel

I'm sorry to hear of your loss, You and the family are in my prayers.

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Santa John Gable

So very sorry Larry, prayers for you.

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Eric Stumpf

Very sorry to hear of your loss. Praying for you and your loved ones.

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Kris Claus

Deepest condolences. Larry.   She will be with you in spirit and the best blessings of Christmas will be revealed. 

May the Lord bless you.

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Santa Bear Larry

 Thank everyone for the condolences and prayers.  Trying to get in the right frame of mind to start season on the 14th of Nov.  Will definitely miss Ms. Dee checking me out each day for best appearance.

 

Edited by Santa Bear Larry
correct info.

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Santa Eric

My condolences and prayers

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Santa White Christmas

We are so  sorry for your loss.  You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers

From Santa Robin and Mrs Karen Claus 

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Santa Sal

My condolences to you and your family.

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Florida Kris Kringle

My thoughts and prayers are with you. So sorry for your loss Larry.

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