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Dear Steve and Max and family,

I'm so sorry for your loss. My condolences to you all.

Cathy Foster

Posted by: Cathy Foster - Hanover, NH - Friend   Mar 23, 2018

Rudy,Laila and families,thinking of you
during this challenging time and sending thoughts of comfort and courage.
My deepest condolences.
Light love and peace, Aida

Posted by: Aida Bahrawy - Wilmington, NC   Mar 07, 2018

Laila and Rudy, and family,
Please know that we are thinking Of you during this sad time ofloss

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I remember your dad, smiling up at me
From his end of the sofa in the living room Of your home, where he lived with you,

In Wethersfield. I'd come around the corner From the kitchen, and there he'd be.
Didn't take much for him to look up

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Posted by: Pamela and Christopher Guinan - Wethersfield, CT   Mar 06, 2018

To the entire Kamm family, Bill and I wish to express our deepest condolences. I have fond memories of Uncle Rudy. I remember the first time he met a Bill, he called him the Lone Ranger. He was always extremely nice.

May he Rest In Peace.

Janet and Bill Brennan

Posted by: Janet Brennan - Punta Gorda, FL   Mar 06, 2018

Susan, Rudy, Steve and families,

I was very sad to read of Mr. Kamm's passing. That is how I knew him - as Mr. Kamm. I thought he would live forever.

We had many conversations over our fence on Irving Street. He was so easy to talk to. Always smiling as if he did not have a care in the world. He was a very kind man.

The last time I saw him was in Susan and Mike's living room. First words out

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Posted by: A friend   Mar 06, 2018

Dear Rudy, Steve, Susan and Families

It was with great sadness that we learned of your Dad's passing; please accept our heartfelt condolences.

There are things that we don't want to happen but have to accept, things we don't want to know but have to learn, and people we can't live without but have to let go. Author Unknown

You are in our thoughts.

With Love,
Carol Kamm & Alan Fanelli

Posted by: Carol Kamm - East Lyme, CT - Family   Mar 06, 2018

Susan, Rudy and Steven,
Uncle Rudy sure did have a long and wonderful life, and the last years (forty plus) were because of the numerous things you ALL did for him! You will miss him, I am certain, you have memories, and have no regrets for the care you afforded him. May he RIP.

Posted by: Lynn England - Wethersfield, CT   Mar 06, 2018

With deepest sympathy during this time of difficulty.

Posted by: Carmon Community Funeral Homes - Windsor, CT   Mar 06, 2018

Susan, Rudy, Steve and families,
So sorry to hear of Uncle Rudy's passing. He lived a long and wonderful life. We remember him as always being very happy and liked to kid around with everyone. Hope your good memories will comfort you in the coming days.
With our Sympathy and Love, Sandra and Jack

Posted by: Sandra Entwistle - MANCHESTER, CT - Family   Mar 05, 2018

When uncle Rudy came to San Antonio we encouraged him to try Mexican food. We took him across town to a restrurant that we like to go to. When we got there we sat down and he says "We sure past alot of places to get here". We ordered for him for which we thought he would enjoy. He was not crazy about the food at all. But he tried.
He was such a joy and gave us many memories to sustain us.
Rest in peace and we love you.

Wilson and Sharon

Posted by: Wilson and Sharon Kamm - San Antonio, TX - Family   Mar 05, 2018