My sincerest condolences to the Heaslip family. The fondest memories of my childhood and the time spent with your Dad while growing up. He was such a role model. Memories of him taking all of us to Friendley's for ice cream. I am so very sorry for you loss.
To all the Heaslip family.
It is with great sadness that we of the Bogmis family learned about the passing of Dr Graham Heaslip, your father and our father-in-law through the union of Linda and our brother Sylvain.
We send you our heartfelt condolences. Moreover, we want to tell you how grateful we feel about the genuine welcome Papa Graham and Mama Barbara, his late wife, extended to our parents and all of us who visited Cortland NY. Indeed, they received us with unbounded love and open arms. They were exceptional Americans, devoted parents, and good Christians. We will forever remember their kind-heartedness, decency, and open-mindedness.
Please believe that we of the Bogmis family in Cameroon, France and elsewhere grieve the passing of Graham and Barbara in total spiritual communion with you.
Once more, we send you all, including our sister Linda and brother Sylvain, our deepest and most sincere condolences, as well as our enduring love.
The Bogmis family.
I was deeply saddened to read of Graham's passing. I remember hearing him whistling in the hallway, which I also did. He and I wound link arms and whistle in harmony on the way to the mailroom or coffee room, sometimes skipping down the hallway! He loved Barbara, his girls and family deeply. He was a devoted teacher to his students. He was a kind, caring friend to me and will be greatly missed! My condolences to his family!