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Jerry Schneggenburger posted a condolence
Wednesday, January 9, 2019Muck I knew Stubby and Jean as well as Beth and Tim as long time customers and friends at Buffalo Optical company. I always enjoyed hearing their stories about their kids, their travel and escapades in Florida and elsewhere. Their devotion to each other and family and their giveback to the community as the many years they did “Meals on wheels” ,and much more. They were pillars of their community and wonderful people to know. I consider it a great honor to have known them. My grandchildren now play with toys that he gave me for my kids! My sympathies to Tim and Beth. Jerry Schneggenburger
Dru Hites posted a condolence
Tuesday, January 8, 2019First of all, Stubby was widely known and loved at Fisher-Price. I am sure we all have memories of him that make us smile still. Secondly, his obituary was a joy to read. Thank you for that. Finally third, how lucky you all were to have had him in your lives for such a long time. I know you'll miss him but the treasure trove of memories will sustain you. My sincere sympathy to the entire family.
Sandy Zydel posted a condolence
Monday, January 7, 2019So sorry to hear about Stubby. I worked in Sales at Fisher-Price when he was there, and after he left, he continued to call me to have me send FP catalogs for his collection. He was a gem.
Richard and Pat Arendt posted a condolence
Sunday, January 6, 2019So very sorry to hear of loss of our good friend Stubby. We always had fun at the many lunches with Jean and Stubby at "The Ditch." Sharing stories of the old days at Fisher Price, the NY toy fair and the fun times we had with Edna Murphy Manilow. Yes, Barry's mother. These memories with always be with us. RIP Stubby.
Joseph Latona posted a condolence
Sunday, January 6, 2019Sorry to hear about "Stubby" from Fisher Price friend. He was a very good person. Met "Stubby" at JCP at Seneca Mall, as a member of the toy department manager. Stubby made me a salesman at Fisher Price when I left JCP.
Julie Francisco posted a condolence
Wednesday, January 2, 2019Hey Liz and Tim, and the rest of the Brusehabers and Mucks. So sorry about Uncle Stub's passing. He was a really good guy. I have many good memories of him, but a few that stand out are how he always loved dogs and carried dog treats in his pockets, how he was always thrilled to show us old scrapbooks of him at his job and of the stunning Aunt Jean in her modeling days, and how he loved to share books and special ties, cuff links, etc. with Jamie and Alex. Also I always liked hearing his stories about toy fairs and Broadway shows in NYC. We will miss seeing his big smile, but I am glad he is now no longer in pain and it makes me happy to think of the reunion he must now be having with Aunt Jean, Jim, Bob Braymiller and all those who he loved in life and who went before him.
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Tuesday, January 1, 2019