1/5/1930 - 4/15/2018
New Milford, Illinois
Love you big brother
To my sister, Edna, and her family,
Thinking of you at this very sad time. I hope that the strength of your family and friends will help you to celebrate a wonderful life - a life well lived! There are no words to ease the pain of loss but to know that others care. Mervin leaves a rich legacy, unfailing in his devotion to his family, strength of character, compassion and work ethic. An honest, hard working man, he was always willing to lend a helping hand. Most recently, an inspiration to us all, he accepted his illness with grace. A pleasure to know him, he will be missed.
On this day, the caption on our parents' headstone comes to mind-
"To live in the hearts of those we love is not to die".
Regrettably, I am not able to be there in person but I will be thinking of you in the days to come, especially on Friday when you will lay your loved one to rest.
I will be in touch soon.
Love and best wishes, always,
Marilyn and family
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