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Nate would have been 100 this Dec 3rd and we had a party planned for him.
We had every reason to believe he'd be there.
He saw Pearl Harbor, Normandy, Bastogne and received the Bronze Star.
He married his beautiful bride Norma who he met during the war and they came to Michigan and started Weiser Iron and Metal.
Scherie went to work for him 30 years ago and introduced us.
Before I met Scherie, he took our son Scott under his wing, helping Scherie raise him.
Nate and I (and Norma) became good friends.
He was wise counsel to me. He used to joke that he had adopted me.
I told him I wouldn't contest the will.
He was a blessing to those who knew him and many more who didn't.
He served in the Rotary of Wayne, Michigan for most of his life, guiding projects that benefited many.
Norma and his family could use your prayers.
So could Scherie. This has hit her hard.
Nate and our son Scott