A Legacy is a Gift to the Next Generation. Each individual chooses the type of Legacy they will leave their family and friends. I am very grateful that my Dad chose to leave me a Legacy of Life.
In loving memory of My Dad (Clarence Franklin Easton 03.17.1924-10.04.2000)...the one who taught me to Walk in Integrity, Stand in Faith, Trust in God, Work Hard, Seek Wisdom, Ask Questions, Never Stop Learning, Speak Truth, Never Give Up, Respect America's Flag, Pray Often, Avoid Addictions, Be on Time, Keep Commitments, Love Unconditionally, Be Strong not Dominating, Forgive Often and read the Bible daily. He was a first generation Christian, a WWII Veteran, a brother, uncle, Dad, husband, grandfather and friend. He left a rich legacy for his family. What I miss the most is that he always believed in me.