A Great Dad — I remember my dad always sharing a beer with my uncles and cousins. Family was very important to him and since we grew up in the 60s, times were much simpler then. My dad, “Papa,” as we called him, passed away a few years ago, and I miss him terribly. He had a good sense of humor and was a great caretaker to my six siblings and me. I still remember him sitting in from of the TV watching comedies while sipping beer.
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