Condolence: I have known Earl for a while now since marrying in to the Miller family in 1999. I have also had the pleasure of working with him over the past 6 or 7 years. I'm going to miss our conversations. He would quiz me often about what everyone in the family was up to. It is a big family so there was always something new.
In working with Earl, he always wanted to make sure the parts were machined right. And when my prints were missing some detail he would kindly point it out. As they say iron sharpens iron. Thanks for helping me reach for a higher standard. You will be missed.
Condolence: Earl was such a special man to my sister and myself. In the year 2004 I was privileged to meet Earl while I lived in Michigan. I was teaching at a small private school there and he totally took on the role a father to me. His influence on myself and my sister is precious. Not only did he teach me the love of antiques and classic cars but also the importance of clean living. I lost contact with Earl for a few years and just a couple months ago was able to reach him again. I was planning on seeing him next year and was looking forward to introducing him to my daughter and husband. The lost that I feel is tremendous. I'm thankful so that she was such a special part of my life. I am so truly sorry that this happened. I love you Dad-Earl