11/6/1942 - 3/8/2017
Dear family and friends,
Please know how sorry I am for your loss.. The Bible has a lot to say on the condition of our passed loved ones. For instance, Ecclesiastes 9:5, 10 simply states that death is the opposite of life. We trust that God is concerned about us because Psalms 34:18 says that God "is close to the brokenhearted; He saves those who are crushed in spirit."
You will find this website helpful in your search for real answers the Bible offers. Please visit www.jw.org or the free app 'jw library' for scriptures, Bible dramas, and children's videos to assist you with your spiritual needs. (Matthew 5:3)
With sincere sympathy,
It's so difficult to loose one of your cousins, especially one that you grew up with almost next door. The memories keep you going when you think about all the good times we had together. I had the opportunity to talk to Clarence for about an hour the Sunday night before he passed and I knew he was having lots of difficulties trying to breath. I don't wish that hardship on anyone. So, I look back on the times such as going sleigh riding through the fields behind the tractor, trying to build a swimming pool in our creek, putting a fence post and packing it in mud for the drainage that was coming out of our neighborhood cheese factory. We knew it was killing our fish. (however, I can't remember ever seeing a fish there) It worked out well until the water in the cheese factory started backing up. Remember the good times. Rest in peace. Enjoy those that you will now be able to see. Toots
Michelle and Family,
So sorry to hear of your father's passing. You are all in my thoughts and prayers at this very difficult time.
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