Condolence & Memory Journal

To my brother and my nieces,

I'm so very sorry for your loss. Michael, I don't know what it's like to lose a spouse, but how very painful it must be to lose a part of yourself, knowing that your vows made you no longer 2, but 1. Kelly, Cheryl, Tammy, having lost both my parents I identify, empathize and sympathize with your grief. To all of you remember the smile, remember her amazing strength. Yes, strength. To have endured all she has in life, then the debilitating stroke and still be able to greet people with a smile is incredible strength.

Also, always remember you are loved by your family, but there is one who loves you even more, always there to comfort you, hold you and listen when you call. He does wipe tears away and He (the Lord Jesus Christ) is the God of all comfort.

Posted by Deborah Gatling - Waterbury, CT - Family   February 11, 2020