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UPDATE FROM RUSS: DAY 124/125/126 - Lynnette's Passing – Reunion With Family / Friends – Day 2/3/4 Friends, wow, have three days really screamed by already? Amazing! OK, so on Friday, I was supposed to return to Auto House to Oil Change Ma Panda. Did not happen … life got by me. This week for sure, plus we have a gradual power steering fluid leak in the hose leading from the ‘new’ power steering pump on the Car that just came off transport … oh joy. While Corey continued his overdue visit with his cousins, I went out to a scheduled lunch with my former KVPT Valley Public Television Associate, Ronald G. Flores, aka Valley PBS. We met at Forestiere’s Place in Clovis, CA. Ron NEVER ages. I enjoyed catching up with Ron and his world as it provided me with a feeling of ‘being home’ just as the previous lunch with Darrell, Marc & Greg. Thanks Ron !!! It was great to catch up. Next, I had to go to our local bank to make changes to our account that I really was NOT looking forward to. Removing a friend and wife from a checking account is really difficult. I know it had to be done to prevent potential fraud, etc, but Lynnette’s name has been next to mine of every check we ever wrote since 1983. As I concluded my banking needs, I noticed a familiar face across the bank. It was a gentleman by the name of Rod Geist. I once heard him sing a solo at People’s Church during an awesome Easter Performance and immediately recognized him as an individual from the bank that Lynnette and I had an account with for many years. Wow, what a powerful voice. I approached him, he was on the phone so I waited my turn for his time. As soon as he concluded his call, he stood out, held out his hand to shake mine and said, “What can I do for you young man?” (Young? OK that made my day! Specially at 49) I introduced myself and shared how I had heard him sing at People’s Church years ago. I shared the news of Lynnette’s passing and asked him if he ever performed at Memorial Services. He smiled and said, “it’s sad to say, but the number of weddings, birthdays and anniversaries that I sing for are declining and with my age, the number of Memorial Services are increasing. I asked for his card and he said, “I’m honored that you would consider me for your wife’s memorial service.” We shook hands again and I turned to leave the building. I returned to the car, blazing hot, making me quickly realize it was a typical Fresno/Clovis Summer day. Now I had to go pick up Anastasia’s special food … a Bichon Bolognese, really all ‘loved pets’ require a food that has no Wheat, Corn, Soy and animal byproducts … and so I headed out to the one place I rely on to steer me right in the care of Lynnette’s baby girl, DogHouse Pet Health Centers aka DogHouse I & II. Muriel & Bob Perkins are not only former clients of mine from my 5 years with KMPH, they are friends and practically family. A person doesn’t typically go into a pet food center, hug the owner and well up with tears of joy and sadness all at the same time. Muriel and I did. Muriel and Bob were instrumental in the success of our eldest son’s wedding, due to its short notice and during the transition of our relocation from Fresno to Tucson, AZ in June of 2010. Bob, a colon Cancer survivor, has been battling an added form of cancer for the past 3 years and continues to be in my prayers for his healing. We had an opportunity to catch up on Bob’s Chemo treatments, and how Corey and I are coming along in our healing from Lynnette’s untimely departure. I selected the Solid Gold food and treats that Anastasia needed replenished and told Muriel that I needed to head out to the store to pick up items for a family dinner so I needed to purchase Anastasia’s food. Muriel said, “Russ, please consider Anastasia’s food and treats a gift from Bob & I.” Thank you Muriel & Bob. Your hearts are huge. Thank you for your friendship and love for our family. I headed to Von’s for some groceries for dinner and stopped into my former dry cleaner’s to see if my former Dry Cleaner Manager was still overseeing that location. Robin was not in, but was in fact still the manager … so I now know where I will be dropping off all of my shirts and suits that were massively wrinkled in the vacuum sealed bags packed in the vehicle transported to Fresno … getting ahead of myself (a Sunday night discovery) … I hung everything up last night but thought, geez I’m going to have one heck of a Dry Cleaning bill … and I haven’t event addressed how or if all of my ties made the journey without incident. Dinner with Steve & Julie, and my Nieces and Nephews and great nieces and nephews. I know, I’m not old enough for GREAT Nieces & Nephews … but actually … I guess I am 5 times over, and one more on the way. This ‘little’ family reunion … not really little at all … included: Niece / Nephew, Christina Hergenroeder-Strutt, James Strutt and my Great Nieces, Hannah, Sara and baby Strutt aka Leah, on the way; Nephew / Niece; Michael Hergenroeder, Natalie Crawford-Hergenroeder Natalie’s Cousin Brooke Nichole, and my Great Nephews, Michael Jr. and Landon and Great Niece, Shelby. Nephew / Significant Other, Matthew Hergenroeder and Kaylee Ross, and Nephew Christopher Hergenroeder. Brother and Sister, Steve & Julie Hergenroeder, Corey Raymond Parsley and me. Ryan & Jennifer Parsley were missing, but I was very fortunate to visit with Jennifer on our arrival on Wednesday night. What a gathering!!! Been missing these for over 2 years. Michael Sr. shared with me that he is the COO / Co-Owner of Essential Protective Services, a Professional Security Services company … and knowing Michael as I have his entire life, he and his company is one I would entrust with my private / corporate event or even my life. Nephews Matthew & Christopher joined forces and created MC Moving Company, helping the ‘Do It Yourself’ Movers by not actually having to ‘do it themselves’. Their Aunt Lynnette, I’m certain, is tremendously proud of them, as am I. Saturday and Sunday were restful and uneventful … allowing me the down time needed to unpack the cars completely, unpack clothes as mentioned earlier (having fun with the wrinkles) but not looking forward to dealing with my ties, wash the transported car of the 3 weeks of transport dust and grime and actually get some swim time in. Corey kept himself busy visiting with Jared Escovedo and Sarah Kruse over the weekend, two of his childhood school friends. On Sunday, Matthew (my Nephew) and I had some quality one-on-one time that allowed me to talk with him about his plans to join the Marines (MARSOC), while imparting some of the wisdom my 17 + years of USAF / CA ANG service to country has afforded me. Matthew was very receptive to hearing the stories of my experiences while in Europe and in South Carolina, while providing added direction that I did not have as a new recruit in 1982 and throughout my career. I believe Matthew will make the best decision for himself, listening to his heart while also following his gut instincts. He has shown that he’s doing the necessary homework to be absolutely certain he is ready when the decision he makes calls him to serve our country. Ryan called Sunday afternoon as I was hanging up wrinkled suits and shirts. He conveyed that he’s doing fine, still concerned about making his mother’s memorial service, and once again I conveyed that NO MATTER how much pressure I may receive to hold his Mother’s Memorial Service before his graduation and return from USAF Basic military Service … I WILL NOT CAVE. I could tell the emotion in his voice and it was all I could do to hold back my own tears so that he was able to maintain his composure while talking on the phone surrounded by fellow recruits. Corey spoke with his BIG brother for a few minutes and then Ryan had to go so he could devote the remainder of his phone privilege time to his Bride, Jennifer. Cousin Tommy Hergenroeder, Jr. came by, as a surprise, while the family was eating dinner. He brought my 2nd cousins, his Daughters, Haley and Heidi. They are so cute and made immediate friends with Lynnette’s Puppy, Anastasia. My phone was on the charger so I failed to get any pictures but Julie is planning a time to get together for a BBQ with the family, hopefully on a day that I’m in town & corey is available to meet his 2nd and 3rd cousins. Thanks for stopping in Tommy. Looking forward to seeing Ginger Gates-Hergenroeder, as well. I made some time online to clear emails and voicemails, texts and facebook messages that have come in discussing the possibility of a coffee, lunch, dinner or an overnight visit (for those that are a farther distance … so far the record is Alaska and Alabama … both of which I’m considering as part of my solo time away in the coming weeks, before returning to my professional life of business building). As I’m planning my Nor-Cal trip, Julie asked me for my calendar so she knows how to schedule family gathering around those dates. We laughed. I would also like to begin gathering addresses of our friends and family that plan on attending Lynnette’s memorial service in late July so that no one is overlooked on notification. So please send me a private message with the following, so that I can add you to Lynnette’s Memorial Mailing List: NAME + GUEST(S) NAMES + ADDRESS + CITY, STATE ZIP + PHONE + eMAIL ADDRESS Thank you again, for your thoughts, prayers and added support throughout this journey.

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UPDATE FROM RUSS: Days 119/120/121 - Lynnette's Passing - The Final Journey - Days 15/16/17 Friends, a few days have passed since my last update. Corey and I have been away from our computers, sans our smart phones, to focus on what these past few days have brought us in our journey with Lynnette and a greater understanding for corey, and to a degree even for me, of the wonderful person Lynnette was before she became a wife and a mother. We spent some quality time with Lynnette's sister and niece, Kat and Sierra in Santa Barbara. Huge thanks to both of them for allowing us to share our time and their home. While we did very little, I feel we accomplished so much. Everything Corey has experienced, as well as what I have experienced will be shared again with Ryan. We departed Santa Barbara yesterday, and instead of driving straight through to Fresno as we had so many times over the 20 years we lived there, we took a detour to Morro Bay to visit Lynnette's baby cousin, David Hergenroeder and his awesome spitfire of a wife, Lisa, and our two little second cousins, Kaleigh and Blake. While we missed the opportunity to meet two additional second cousins, David's children, Dylan and Danika, David and Lisa updated us and shared their photos with us. I shared with David that my hope is that Lynnette's passing will pull the entire family closer together. I want to meet Lynnette's (mine too!) other cousins and have them know their 3rd cousins, Corey and Ryan. Wow! That can get confusing :) We had an awesome time last night getting to know the family and David was able to share sooooo much with Corey I thought his head was going to explode. You should have seen them, they were totally engaged in conversation. We were up until at least 3am! Corey and I went down to the beach to walk along the water and reminisce the times we would come to the ocean as a family ... For me, it opened up a whole load of memories of mine and Lynnette's life in Myrtle beach, SC ... Memories that I will touch on in my next update. Corey is ready to hit the road ... It's Paso Robles 1st ... Then HOME !!! Fresno/Clovis, California !!

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UPDATE FROM RUSS: DAY 118 - Lynnette's Passing - The Final Journey – Day 14 Friends, once again, I have not learned my lesson. Hours ago I was attempting an update on facebook and YES! It froze up like a Popsicle, once again. Zuckerberg, dude, really? Would you please fix this … it’s really getting annoying having to brain dump twice on the same subject matter. You’d figure somewhere among the massive $14B+ bank account you have you can afford to write the code necessary, or pay someone to write the code to prevent FB from freezing up or better yet, DRAFT Status’ or CheckIn’s to prevent any loss of data. Mark Zuckerberg, are you listening? So this update will be brief as Corey and I did not have far to travel to our next location. Following a wonderful lunch with Mom / Grandma & Ray at a French Bistro in Montecito, we jumped in the car and ran up the road to Santa Barbara to stay a few days with Lynnette’s 1st (my) Sister, Kat, and Niece, Sierra. Sierra is Lynnette’s God daughter, as well. I learned today that Kat wasn’t anticipating that we would come by for a visit let alone want to stay a few days. Lynnette would never forgive me if I bypassed Kat and Sierra in her final journey home. We had a very special dinner last night that we dedicated to Lynnette and her memory which included Steak, Corn on the Cobb, Asparagus, all BBQ’d and Potatos. We toasted Lynnette with a 2009 glass of Murphy Goode Cabernet Sauvignon, which went exceptionally well with the steaks. On our arrival, kat asked me to bring in Lynnette’s Urn so that she could pay homage to her throughout our visit. We’re likely to be here through Tuesday as Lynnette, Kat, Corey & Sierra shared a very special bond and the time together will do all of them, and the down time off the road, will do me some good. Tuesday, we will head out towards Fresno with a detour to Morro Bay which may or may not result in a stay over. My desire is to arrive in Fresno late Wednesday or early Thursday. We’ll likely go through Paso Robles, which is one of the wine regions very special to Lynnette and I. I’d like to stop in to three wineries that were our favorites in the region, i.e., Tobin James, EOS & J. Lohr. Lynnette and I, with so many friends and family often enjoyed visiting the Paso Robles region on a wine tasting run. Ernie & Ginny Hergenroeder, Steve & Julie Hergenroeder, Richard & Gail Lansidale and the Wine Tasting Gang and Brett Engleman of Englemann cellars. Paso Robles has many memories for us, as did Napa Valley or ‘The Napa Valley’ if you’re coming from the eastern states. Which takes me to my next story about how much I loved to spoil and surprise Lynnette. One day, my Brother, Steve Hergenroeder (Lynnette’s brother) called me and asked if I would like to join him and Dad (Hergie) for a joint anniversary celebration in JUNE 2008. Though ours and Dad’s wasn’t until SEPTEMBER, he thought it would be fun to celebrate together. He was right. So we packed up the cars and we all met each other at our hotel in Napa Valley where we spent the weekend wine tasting and then we rode the wine trail rail. What Lynnette did not know was this was ONLY stage one of our anniversary celebration. All weekend, I pretended to be working on my laptop when the others were resting. When all the while I was planning and booking stage two. We all left at the end of the weekend and went our separate ways which confused lynnette. I told her I was taking the scenic route home to Fresno, via the Bay Area, which is where we both grew up (San Jose, CA). As we were nearing san jose, she turned to me and said, ‘Russ, I really don’t feel like neighborhood reminiscing. Can we just go home? ‘ I said, ‘we are but I wanted to take you to one other place before we do … I think you’ll like it.’ She kept on probing me for the answer of, “where are you taking me?” but my Air Force Top Secret Security Clearance training just wouldn’t cave. As we past san jose, then gilroy heading further south on Highway 101, she really began to get confused … I kept heading south and then turned on the highway to take us to the coast. Suddenly she said, ‘Wait, I know where you’re taking me!’ We’re going to where we honeymooned, huh?’ I shrugged my shoulders, smiled and said, ‘maybe’ with a smirk … which was often a dead giveaway. We arrived on Ocean Avenue in Carmel, CA and she said, “I knew it”. Maybe so, but what she didn’t know was all that was coming up and I’m not just taking about the drive to Carmel. I parked the car and walked her up to the Pine Inn hotel lobby. She said, ‘wait, this is the same hotel we stayed at 25 years ago, huh?” I said, “Yes it Is, happy anniversary!” She said, “but we already celebrated with Dad, mom, steve and julie.” And I said, “yes, but that was only stage 1.” I checked us in and the clerk smiled at me and gave me the thumbs up that the room was all ready and waiting for her. I told her I’d love to carry her across the threshold again as we did 25 years ago, and she quickly stopped me and said, “honey we’re not that age anymore, don’t worry about it!” Whew! Back saved! And she laughed and knew it. As I turned the key on the lock I let her walk in first and she immediately turned and hugged me tight when she saw rose petals and candles on the bed … then she looked at the coffee table and saw a huge basket with fruit, crackers, caviar, pate, a variety of cheeses and champaign. This was the Honeymoon Suite that we could not afford when we honeymooned. Lynnette began to cry and kiss me all over. I said, “honey, go get powdered, we have dinner in an hour.” She smiled and said, “now what do you have up your sleeve.” I said, “nothing, I’m hungry aren’t you? Let’s go find a restaurant.” I had already arranged for the clerk at the hotel to make a special 25th anniversary reservation for me at a local romantic restaurant with an outdoor area featuring a very old tree in the center. We had dinner, but Lynnette noticed that I was doing very little ordering, that everything was just coming to us as glasses and plates were emptied. Then, out of nowhere, the staff appeared singing happy anniversary to Lynnette. And delivered a special anniversary dessert. The chef and Wine Master visited our table to congratulate Lynnette for putting up with me for 25 years and remind me how lucky I was. I agreed. We went back to the Hotel and just as Lynnette was taking off her coat, I said, “don’t get too comfy, I want to take a walk on the beach.” She said, “OK, this time you get your walk on the beach.” A little side story, on our original Honeymoon, Lynnette did not want to go out on the beach at night because she was very timid and scared, so I went without her.” Not the smartest thing to do on your honeymoon, leaving your bride in a room all by herself. Needless to say, she was not up waiting for me to return. NOT A GREAT START! Lynnette put her coat back on and we headed out the door. As I walked to the car, she said, “honey the beach is just down there, we can walk.” Not the one I wanted to walk on … “I said, but that beach is too small. I have to drive us to the nicer beach.” And she fell for it. Once I got to the Beach Access stairway, I parked and we headed down the stairs. I looked down, saw an attendant, waved as I was looking to make sure Lynnette was not looking in my direction. Once we got to the beach, Lynnette began to walk straight toward the ocean. I stopped her and said, “Hey, check that out. There’s fires on the beach. I had no idea you could do that here.” So I began walking towards a fire pit that had no one in sight and Lynnette began to get worried and said, "Russ, what are you doing? That’s someone’s fire … you’re gonna get in trouble." I said, "I just want to check it out." So as I got closer I said, “Hey Nette check this out” … and I pointed to a I HEART U in the sand with Rose Petals. Then I sat on the blanket and said, "hey check this out there’s a box." Lynnette started to really freak out and said, “russ, put that back, we need to get out of here” and I pulled out a rose and handed it to her. She said, “I’m not taking that.” I then said, “I really wish you would, because this is for you, all of this … the fire, blanket, sparkling cider, smores and yes the Rose. Happy Anniversary, Babe!” Oh boy, here come the waterworks, hugs and kisses. Then she punched me in the arm. That was a great night. Friends, Thanks for allowing me to share these special moments of our lives together, for your prayers and thoughts as we continue to heal with friends and family on Lynnette’s Final Journey. More coming soon … Please share this on your page or a friends page if you feel it may inspire or help them in any way.

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UPDATE FROM RUSS: DAYS 109/110 - Lynnette's Passing - The Final Journey - Days 5/6 Friends, this stop in Valdosta, GA has been very therapeutic for Corey & I in our healing. The Driskell family, our USAF Family from my service to country while Lynnette and I were stationed at RAF Lakenheath, England, UK from APR 1983-APR 1987, has been a Godsend to share stories of Lynnette with Corey, that I was not privy to, because of their relationship as close friends/sisters. I've also been messaged privately that many following us on "Lynnette's Final Journey" have been inspired or have had their own questions answered regarding relationship with family, friend or God. My own family, while they are anxious to see us and have their own closure, they are being very understanding and patient with our journey and our need for healing after enduring a 97-day hospital battle with Lynnette. This past day has been more of one of decompression and preparation for the long trip to follow. Our next stop will be in Florida ... but I cannot say exactly where just yet as Corey will know as soon as this posts and i wish to maintain the 'surprise' factor. One more update on Ryan before closing out this post. I received word that Ryan is doing much better ... and misses everyone dearly. An adjustment on how to forward a postcard or letter to Ryan, mine and Lynnette's eldest Son, currently in Basic Training, just four days following his Mother's passing. He is a strong young man, and wants nothing more than to make his mother and his family proud. I can only imagine how much more difficult his Basic Training experience is as he continues with the grieving of the loss of his mother. If you know Ryan, personally, or feel so compelled, please write him a note of encouragement during what is liley to be one of the most, if not the most, challenging periods in his life. AB Parsley, Ryan A 323 TRS/FLT B489(Dorm A6) 1320 Truemper St. Unit 369560 Lackland, AFB, TX 78236-6408 (Please Do not send packages) My hope is that as he begins to receive our cards and letters of HOPE and ENCOURAGEMENT, he will know that his Mother and God are watching our for him and are with him every step of the way. Special thanks to randy & Linda Driskell for putting us up for three days and allowing us to include them in our healing process. You will always be 'family'. Lynnette loved you as her sister and brother and your daughters as the daughters I wish I could have given her. Here we go Corey ... the NEXT LEG of our Journey with Mom!