"To the Fudala family,
Your entire family is in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. We lost a "Good one." Lanny was everything a man should be; kind, generous, smart... just a well rounded human being. We have many pieces of furniture in our home that Lanny created for us. We will always cherish these pieces and never forget the love he put into his work. I was lucky enough to work with Lanny for several years at the paper mill. He was a strong Union man and could always be counted on to educate us on life. He was a quiet man... but when he spoke... he spoke volumes. Both Sheila and I will miss him greatly. "
-Mike and Sheila Nantelle
"My mind knows Butch is gone, but my heart just won't believe it. It's strange how the passing of such a quiet man can leave such a loud and gaping emptiness in my chest. When Butch threw in his well-timed and witty comments at family gatherings, I always felt we had been treated to something special. While many speak loud and often, Butch was the master of "always leave them wanting more." Sadly, today he leaves so many of us wanting more. "
-Robin and Dennis Villeneuve
"To Beth Ann & The Fudala Family-
You are all in my thoughts and prayers. Butch was one cool guy. He always had my back on all my made up words playing scrabble. I carry a lesson with me that I 100% give him credit for teaching me; Sometimes less is more, and wait until you really have something to say. That was over 20 years ago, I have never forgotten. With prayers and thoughts..."
"Heartfelt sympathy to Lanny's Family, Jim and Sue Raredon"
-Sue and Jim Raredon
"Thoughts and prayers to the family. It was a pleasure to work with Lanny at the paper mill. He will be sadly missed and always remembered."
"To Lynn, Tricia and all of the Fadula family, our hearts are aching with your loss. We didn't get to know Butch well, but his devotion to Lynn and family was evident. We will keep you all in our hearts and prayers. "
-Terry and Jerry Stinnett