My Uncle Dick

Posted by Maria Certo on Monday, September 5, 2011
Today marks the 4th anniversary of my Uncle Dick's passing.

But today, I want to celebrate the wonderful man he was on so many levels.

He was my godfather who always showed me love and understanding.

He always understood me and for that, I am forever grateful.

When I was a little girl, I lived upstairs from him.

One day I had to go downstairs and ask him if it was ok to have a dog.

I brought the dog down in a matchbox, that is how small it was.

At first he thought the dog was a toy.

Without hesitation he said yes.

That meant everything to me that I was able to keep my dog.

He truly was like a father to me.


Dick was a man who stood by his beliefs and held onto them tenaciously.

He would walk into a room and everyone would stop to listen to what he had to say.

His presence was strong.

He spoke with conviction and was also very funny!

He loved his family and wife Janette beyond description.

They were his whole world!

He was a postman by day and a true family man!

After his wife, Janette, my beautiful aunt passed, we became very close.

We would go to breakfast every week.

I cherished those days with him as we shared our heart.

He always made me laugh as well as touched my soul in so many ways.

I miss his presence, humor and love very much.

He has visited me in dreamstate many times since his passing.

Here is a sweet dream I would like to share I had in December 27th 2008.

In the dream, I was in this room with Uncle Dick.
We saw each other and I said to him: "Aunt Janette brought us together, she is watching and sees us".
Uncle Dick then hugged me!
We then were going to watch home movies together.

It was a beautiful and warm visit from Uncle Dick!

I am so grateful for these dream visits from him.

I love you Uncle Dick!

Thank you for all that you were to me and all that you gave me in this lifetime.







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My Uncle Dick

Posted by Maria Certo on Monday, September 5, 2011
Today marks the 4th anniversary of my Uncle Dick's passing.

But today, I want to celebrate the wonderful man he was on so many levels.

He was my godfather who always showed me love and understanding.

He always understood me and for that, I am forever grateful.

When I was a little girl, I lived upstairs from him.

One day I had to go downstairs and ask him if it was ok to have a dog.

I brought the dog down in a matchbox, that is how small it was.

At first he thought the dog was a toy.

Without hesitation he said yes.

That meant everything to me that I was able to keep my dog.

He truly was like a father to me.


Dick was a man who stood by his beliefs and held onto them tenaciously.

He would walk into a room and everyone would stop to listen to what he had to say.

His presence was strong.

He spoke with conviction and was also very funny!

He loved his family and wife Janette beyond description.

They were his whole world!

He was a postman by day and a true family man!

After his wife, Janette, my beautiful aunt passed, we became very close.

We would go to breakfast every week.

I cherished those days with him as we shared our heart.

He always made me laugh as well as touched my soul in so many ways.

I miss his presence, humor and love very much.

He has visited me in dreamstate many times since his passing.

Here is a sweet dream I would like to share I had in December 27th 2008.

In the dream, I was in this room with Uncle Dick.
We saw each other and I said to him: "Aunt Janette brought us together, she is watching and sees us".
Uncle Dick then hugged me!
We then were going to watch home movies together.

It was a beautiful and warm visit from Uncle Dick!

I am so grateful for these dream visits from him.

I love you Uncle Dick!

Thank you for all that you were to me and all that you gave me in this lifetime.







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My Uncle Dick

Posted by Maria Certo on Monday, September 5, 2011
Today marks the 4th anniversary of my Uncle Dick's passing.

But today, I want to celebrate the wonderful man he was on so many levels.

He was my godfather who always showed me love and understanding.

He always understood me and for that, I am forever grateful.

When I was a little girl, I lived upstairs from him.

One day I had to go downstairs and ask him if it was ok to have a dog.

I brought the dog down in a matchbox, that is how small it was.

At first he thought the dog was a toy.

Without hesitation he said yes.

That meant everything to me that I was able to keep my dog.

He truly was like a father to me.


Dick was a man who stood by his beliefs and held onto them tenaciously.

He would walk into a room and everyone would stop to listen to what he had to say.

His presence was strong.

He spoke with conviction and was also very funny!

He loved his family and wife Janette beyond description.

They were his whole world!

He was a postman by day and a true family man!

After his wife, Janette, my beautiful aunt passed, we became very close.

We would go to breakfast every week.

I cherished those days with him as we shared our heart.

He always made me laugh as well as touched my soul in so many ways.

I miss his presence, humor and love very much.

He has visited me in dreamstate many times since his passing.

Here is a sweet dream I would like to share I had in December 27th 2008.

In the dream, I was in this room with Uncle Dick.
We saw each other and I said to him: "Aunt Janette brought us together, she is watching and sees us".
Uncle Dick then hugged me!
We then were going to watch home movies together.

It was a beautiful and warm visit from Uncle Dick!

I am so grateful for these dream visits from him.

I love you Uncle Dick!

Thank you for all that you were to me and all that you gave me in this lifetime.







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