We were so lucky to have Skip at Terrace Village because everyone loved him; he was such a big help and fun to be around. He was always looking out for Tom and I, as well as everyone else in the park. He truly cared for his fellow man and liked helping others.
Skip didn't like spending our money and would rather fix things himself than have someone else come in and charge us too much. He always had our best interest in mind and for that we were grateful. Skip was truly an honorable man and someone we could always trust.
Each time we visited the Park Skip would ask if we wanted some coffee. With a warm cup in our hands we would discuss Terrace Village and how things were going and just enjoyed each other's company. It's always seems that the simple things are what enrich us and add meaning to our lives, and Skip was truly a special gift tied with a big red bow.
We are extremely busy with the craziness of life. Skip's passing is a big reminder that we need to stop and really appreciate the special people in our lives while we still have them with us. We wish we could turn back time and tell Skip how special he was, and give him a big hug, but it's too late. We just hope he already knew how much we appreciated him.
Skip will be missed, no doubt about that. The sparkle in his eye, his mischievous grin, the teasing, his cheerful personality and zest for life, made him a man we were happy and blessed to know. Our lives were definitely enriched knowing him, and he will always hold a special place in our hearts.
Tom & Linda Murdock, Owners
Terrace Village RV Park