Loutzenhiser-Jordan Online Guestbook for Ardell Blair
Der Steve and Arlene. I was so sorry to hear of your fathers passing. I was in Greenville for Ben Uhrin's calling hours and funeral, but was unaware of your fathers passing. I will never forget that delicious home-made Rootbeer. I bet you hated sharing that with those Kitch heathens. I will remember your father fondly, he was a very nice man. My deepest sympathy.
Rhonda Kitch Kohler
Our most sincere sympathy to the Blair family, he will be greatly missed. Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you. Dave and Suzy Horvath
Dave and Suzy Horvath
Steve, I'm sorry for your loss. What a guy, he will be missed by many. What a gift these last years were for you and your dad.
Ardel was a person that everyone should have known.We along with my father "The Old Principal" are blessed to have had the opportunity to have had Ardel in our lives.We are saddened over his passing but his memories will live on forever.Ardel was one of a kind."GENUINE"
Bill Fischer Jr.&Danyna
Sincere condolences to the Blairs , you set a great tribute to what appears to be a fine example of fatherhood of the 1st class in smalltown USA
Camp just will not be the same without the man next door. There is so much we will miss. The smell of bacon in the morning and home made ice cream at night. His amazing ability to fix anything and have just the right tool for the job. The lazy afternoons spent under the tree telling fish stories or just enjoying the day. It was an honor to be his neighbor and to call him friend.
Joe and Ruth Mangan
We have known Ardell for over 30 years and can say that he was the kindest gentleman you would ever meet. It has been a blessing to us to know him, to shoot with him, to fish with him, and just to know him. He will be truly missed. Our hearts and prayers are with his loving family for their loss is great. We will miss his smile and gentle laugh.
Calvin & Janet Smock
I am so sorry for your loss. The sport of muzzleloading has
lost a good friend. We will miss him.
It was an honor to shoot with Ardell on the 1989 PA State Muzzleloader Team. (We won!) Our deepest sympathy to the Blair Family.
Bob & Jan Wilson
Sending my deepest regards
Mr Frank L. Fowler
RIP buddy. He would be out on the lake doing what he loved to do even in bad weather. God Bless
Kevin Battista (camp Eriez)
I enjoyed shooting muzzle loader with him, he was a nice gentleman and will truly be missed.
Ardell was one of the kindest, most gentle men I have ever had the pleasure of meeting. Our condolences.
You will be sadly missed for a long time. It was always a Joy to sit on the Porch and shoot the breese about Hunting and Shooting and Fishing. With a few tales thrown in for good measure. The memories will endure forever. Godspeed my Friend.
Jack, Jane, Mark, Jackie and Adrienne.