Oh Gunk this is gonna be really hard but I'll try to get it right. You were the funnest...wait wait wait...the coolest...wait wait wait...the bestest...wait wait wait...I got it you were all of those but most of all you were my Gunkie and I will always be your baby girl. I'll miss our crazy talks on the phone and your awesome stories. Have a BBQ, start a wiffle ball game, say hi to Nanny, Grandpy & Uncle Kenny. Know that you will forever be in my heart. Thanks for the memories & thank you for being my Gunkie.
Love you bunches,
I haven't seen my uncle since the 70's. I mostly remember going to his parents house (my grandparents) and seeing his model cars. My grandparents were kinda uncomfortable letting me mess with them, but I was golden boy so they let me. I remember him coming home once and being a little annoyed that I was messing with his stuff, but he blew it off and went to his room. Good enough memory I guess....definitely Van Inwegen style...
We never met, but I know you through Suzanne. "Rock on" as her guardian angel. You live in her heart.
In death as in Life, hope, prayers, and love still follow the Van Inwegen Family. In life, Earl & Sue fought for Earl's ability to survive. With his death, they each have earned the peace, the comfort, and even more of the love they've been shown by both their Families & Friends. Rest at Peace, Earl....and Sue, draw your strength from those around you when needed.....you have each earned it!
Rest in peace Earl. It was a rough few years for both you and Sue. May you eternally enjoy your music and send a few songs Sue's way. To my big sister, you are one of the strongest people I know. May you find comfort in knowing Earl is well again. May God watch over both of you and send outrageous happiness your way. Love and Prayers
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Sincere Condolences to Earls Family. I have not seen Earl for probably 35 years, but will never forget the times we jammed in Earls garage with Harold & Todd or Drag Racing on Wawayanda Ave. Rest in Peace my friend.
To Sue and all of Earl's family, we have never met. I wish the best for you all in this difficult time. Earl touched a lot of people's lives throughout his years with his talents and friendship, most of all with his humor and sharp wit. He was a joy to be around. I am privileged to have called him my friend. When a good man like Earl passes those of us that loved him have to try a little harder to fill the void which is left. There just aren’t enough people in the world like Earl. He will be sorely missed. Again, Sue, we are so sorry for your loss. As Earl used to joke with me, “cut the cards”
Sue,I never had the pleasure of meeting you. Earl was a great guy. I worked with him at Fulton Chevrolet back in the 80's .He kept everyone in stitches. Rest in peace my friend. I'm sure Walter and you are out cruisin together right now.
Sue, keep the good & love in your heart and leave the rest behind. Will always be here for you. You are truly the strongest lady I know and this's too will pass. No more tears just love & hugs from me to you.
I remember when i was around four, Aunt Sue, and Uncle earl were staying at a hotel in orange city. My mother had allowed me to go up to their room with my older brother, I remember walking in and seeing my uncle. Or even the time when my brother was four and was opening their present on Christmas and was too distracted by the tv he said "Aunt Earl!. i can't remember any other memory of me with him, i am now 12 and devastated of his passing, But now he is in a place better than anything in this world. May God bless Aunt Sue and Uncle Earl at this time
Love and miss you all,
John 14:27 “Peace I leave with you; my peace I give to you. Not as the world gives do I give to you. Let not your hearts be troubled, neither let them be afraid.”
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.