To Aunt Elaine,
Thanks for all of the "life" lessons that you taught me as a small boy from a few years ago...(soft chuckle), all throughout my life and now into my recent retirement from the Practice of Law as "America's Prosecutor " as I am referenced in the New Jersey State Bar, I will never forget them. You will always be "my Concilliary" and I will always be yours. Your legacy will live on.
To the Caterini Family:
Always remember how people's lives affect others; the positive impact they have on you. Do not be sad that that they have passed on from this life, but instead be happy that that they were here and reflect on all of the good that occurred during that time. Keep moving forward in life for any direction in life is positive so long as it's not backwards. Always laugh with them. Remember them. When you do that, they will always be around. It doesn't get any easier than that.
As Aunt Elaine used to often say: In life, you "have to play the hand that you are dealt" & "this is the way that it's going to be."
With the greatest love and respect,
Walter A. Schultz, Jr.