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Make Sure David "Keith" Is Not Alone This Holiday Season

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kevin baird
Kevin Baird
I don't even know where to begin.  Dr. Sutton was such an important part of my family and my upbringing.  He was responsible for me growing up in Loveland as he and my dad were partners in their medical practice for 20+ years, he and dad taught me to water ski and Keith was the one who nicknamed me "Charlie Brown" which is why the only name my dad ever called me was Charlie......I have so many great memories of our family vacations together, tennis parties, water skiing on the lake and more!

He truly was a great man who will be missed by many.  My thoughts and condolences to the entire Sutton family.
Mary Jo & Mel Haack
Mary Jo & Mel Haack
We were patients of Dr. Suton from August, 1960 when we moved to Loveland from a farm in Kansas until the day in 1985, when he retired.  We cherished his loving compassion through times of bleeding ulcers for Mel,  when our kids had accidents and illnesses, and I always knew he was the best doctor ever. I'll always remember the day he came out to the waiting room and told me he was retiring, and I started to cry.. We will always cherish his memory. Mary Jo & Mel Haack
Gail Gliner
Gail Gliner
We knew Doc late in his life, through visits at the dog park.  Even though we knew him for such a short time, we felt that we had been friends all our lives.  He put everyone at ease, and he was interested in hearing about what was going on in all our lives and talking to all of us. He is terribly missed.
Gail and Jeff Gliner
Virgil Tongish
Virgil D. Tongish, Columbus, Ohio
Mary Jo & Mel Haack
Mary Jo & Mel Haack
We were patients of Dr. Suton from August, 1960 when we moved to Loveland from a farm in Kansas until the day in 1985, when he retired.  We cherished his loving compassion through times of bleeding ulcers for Mel,  when our kids had accidents and illnesses, and I always knew he was the best doctor ever. I'll always remember the day he came out to the waiting room and told me he was retiring, and I started to cry.. We will always cherish his memory. Mary Jo & Mel Haack
Gail Gliner
Gail Gliner
We knew Doc late in his life, through visits at the dog park.  Even though we knew him for such a short time, we felt that we had been friends all our lives.  He put everyone at ease, and he was interested in hearing about what was going on in all our lives and talking to all of us. He is terribly missed.
Gail and Jeff Gliner
kevin baird
Kevin Baird
I don't even know where to begin.  Dr. Sutton was such an important part of my family and my upbringing.  He was responsible for me growing up in Loveland as he and my dad were partners in their medical practice for 20+ years, he and dad taught me to water ski and Keith was the one who nicknamed me "Charlie Brown" which is why the only name my dad ever called me was Charlie......I have so many great memories of our family vacations together, tennis parties, water skiing on the lake and more!

He truly was a great man who will be missed by many.  My thoughts and condolences to the entire Sutton family.
Virgil Tongish
Virgil D. Tongish, Columbus, Ohio
kevin baird
Kevin Baird
I don't even know where to begin.  Dr. Sutton was such an important part of my family and my upbringing.  He was responsible for me growing up in Loveland as he and my dad were partners in their medical practice for 20+ years, he and dad taught me to water ski and Keith was the one who nicknamed me "Charlie Brown" which is why the only name my dad ever called me was Charlie......I have so many great memories of our family vacations together, tennis parties, water skiing on the lake and more!

He truly was a great man who will be missed by many.  My thoughts and condolences to the entire Sutton family.
Gail Gliner
Gail Gliner
We knew Doc late in his life, through visits at the dog park.  Even though we knew him for such a short time, we felt that we had been friends all our lives.  He put everyone at ease, and he was interested in hearing about what was going on in all our lives and talking to all of us. He is terribly missed.
Gail and Jeff Gliner
Virgil Tongish
Virgil D. Tongish, Columbus, Ohio
Mary Jo & Mel Haack
Mary Jo & Mel Haack
We were patients of Dr. Suton from August, 1960 when we moved to Loveland from a farm in Kansas until the day in 1985, when he retired.  We cherished his loving compassion through times of bleeding ulcers for Mel,  when our kids had accidents and illnesses, and I always knew he was the best doctor ever. I'll always remember the day he came out to the waiting room and told me he was retiring, and I started to cry.. We will always cherish his memory. Mary Jo & Mel Haack