Darrell; Truly, you will be missed. the hours I spent listening to the stories you would tell were countless. My favorite was the one you told as we were driving to the Montana casino to celebrate you and Pattys 25th wedding anniversary you told Mike to pull over at the top. You pulled out a bottle of champagne and said you wanted to toast Patty. You said "Ralph told me I would marry you or go to jail, just think if I hadn't married you, TODAY I would be a FREE man". BAAAHAAA, we laughed for weeks over that. ALBIS was always your favorite Bar in Wallace and I am just sad that I didn't get your constructive criticism over our bar, the Metals. I think you would have liked it, a lot! Oh well, I will just have to bring my cousin Patty over to tell me what you would have thought. Rest in peace, know that we all loved you and give my dad and favorite Aunt and Uncle, Grandma and Larry all a big tight squeeze from me! Marc
My Condolences to the family. With love Always to a great man who will always be remembered for his great humor. RIP Darre
Darrell, I truly will miss your stories and fun times in Yuma. We had alot of good laughs the 6 of us, Patty,Denny and Karen and Dick and I. Love ya! Phyllis Leininger
Patti, Jeurgen just told us of Darrell's passing. We are so sorry to hear. what memories Ray has of Darrell and their flying excursions. Give us a call and let's get together for coffee or something. Ray has Parkinson's now and is slow to get around but he does still get out some.
Ray also says Darrell was a big help when he was in need. After I met you guys I loved Darrell and his laugh and smile. both will be missed by everyone who knew him. Hugs to you. Ray and donna