Thursday, February 19, 2009


My heart pains me to think about the sad news in the Teetsel family.

My sincerest condolences to the family on the lost of their son, Dwight. Having lost a previous son not long ago, I can only imagine what affect this can have to such a close and loving family.

Like so many of us throughout the City, I offer my warmest thoughts and support to the Teetsel Family in these days.

Wake and Funeral arangements will be posted in the Freeman.


Richard T. Cahill Jr. said...

My heart also goes out to the Teetsel family.

I did not know Dwight, but I know Al and Fern. They are good and kind people. I cannot even begin to comprehend the magnitude of this loss.

I agree with your comment on my blog. All we can do is offer kindness and friendship, and wish there was something else we could do.

Anonymous said...

Is this the same Rich Cahill Jr. that tried to destroy the political career of Al. He wrote terrible comments about Al because Al does what is right for taxpayers in kingston not worry about what his party thinks about him. Now he says Al and his wife are good kind people, what a nut.

Anonymous said...

Richard relies on the relevant factor of time--people will forget what he has said about issues and people or maybe in his mind, he forgot what he has said and done. He did the same thing when Leonard Walker's brother passed. He led people to believe that he and Leonard were the best of friends. Not so. Yes, it is a tragedy that the Teetsel family lost another child. But for Richard to pretend that he has all these heartfelt emotions is ridiculous. Who the heck is he kidding?