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Barbara Tahir December 31, 2013 at 01:34 pm
Thank you for this memorial section. It was good to recall, one last time, the people we lost inRead More 2013. This was a wonderful community service.
Barbara Tahir July 3, 2013 at 03:17 pm
I am glad to see Patch begin to include obituaries. This was one of the reasons I was still turningRead More to the print news.
Janice P Ellis July 3, 2013 at 05:17 pm
I grew up in the same church as Ada Ambrose. In fact, she was my beloved Sunday school teacher.Read More I'll never forget something that happened one Sunday morning as my brother and I arrived for Sunday school. I was 5 years old. My family grew up very poor, and, as such, took the bus everywhere we went. As I went to step off the bus that Sunday, my little purse got caught in the folding door of the bus. I looked at the bus driver to release the door an inch or so, so that I could free my little purse, but all he did was laugh. I looked at the passengers on the bus - they were all laughing too. Then, I looked to my brother, who was also laughing. I was mortified. By the time I got to Sister Ambrose's Sunday school class, I was crying so hard I was shaking. I'll never forget how she comforted me. Each time we attended Sunday school, we would receive a little prize...a pencil, or a pack of crayons. I think she gave me the entire prize supply that day and I've never forgotten it. She was a beautiful, beautiful woman. Her late husband was the same way. He could cheer up the devil himself. Rest in peace, Sister Ambrose.
Joyce Brooks August 31, 2013 at 05:50 am
Even though some time has passed I know your hearts are still heavy right now. But in the days toRead More come your smile will return as you remember the good times you shared with Jenni. Our dear Lord Jesus suffered much so that one day soon, we will no longer experience the pain of losing our love ones. Revelation 21:4 tells us, "And he (God) will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and DEATH WILL BE NO MORE, neither will mourning, nor outcry, nor pain be anymore..." May these words lessen your sorrow and pain and bring comfort to your aching hearts. With Much Sympathy, Joyce Brooks
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