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Condolence From: Lynwood Charles Tulli
Condolence: Mr. Frank Hollenbach Jr.,
My condolences to you for the loss of your Mother. I attended Seven Sorrows grade school, apparently in the same grade. You were friends with Richard Shustack. It’s a sad occasion to have lost a mother too, as mine died at the age of 91.
Charles Tulli
Monday February 26, 2018
Condolence From: AnnieB
Condolence: I am very sorry for your loss. Please know that your friends and loved ones are there for you during this difficult time. (Proverbs 17:17). For additional comfort please throw you anxieties on God because he care for you. (1 Peter 5:7) May your memories bring you a smile in the days ahead.
Wednesday February 21, 2018
Condolence From: Jesse Swaintek Wetmore
Condolence: I am so sorry for your loss. Please know you are in my thoughts and prayers! Aunt Angie helped guide my life from my earliest days. I spent so much time in her home. She nursed me when I was home sick from school. She let me watch gilligan’s island and I dream of genie while she fed me soup with as many oyster crackers as I wanted. She always had our favorite desserts (pineapple upside down cake and peach cobbler). She pretended not to notice when I would sneak just one more Werthers original candy. And she always made me laugh. She insisted on calling My husband by the wrong name no matter how many times they met. Always with that twinkle in her eye so that you knew that she knew. She was patient and kind, generous and good. She expected the best from us and pushed us to meet our goals in school and life. I spent so many afternoons doing homework at her kitchen table. There was a plaque in the kitchen that read “wherever you wander, wherever you roam, be happy and healthy and glad to come home.” I was so fortunate to have a second home at Aunt Angie’s House and I always was happy to walk in the door!
Tuesday February 20, 2018
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