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Daddy's celebrating his birthday in heaven

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    Carrie
    Member

    Thank you for the words of comfort. His funeral is Thursday morning. These next few days will be rough but I know that the rest will be tougher.

    I am comforted by a lot of things but especially by the fact that I can talk to him any time. While he was sick, he couldn’t answer the phone very often. Now I don’t even have to dial.

    Love you all,
    Carrie

    #8458

    riley
    Member

    Carrie,

    You and your family have my prayers and my deepest sympathies. It sounds like your father’s passing was so peaceful. It’s beautiful that August 27 was such a special day for your Dad…born into this life and born into new life. I hope your memories are bringing you peace.

    Love,
    Nicole

    #8459

    patti
    Member

    Carrie,

    I was so taken by how things were when your father passed. I can’t think of a better way to go into eternity then surrounded by loved ones singing (especially “happy birthday!”) It brought a smile to my face for what a peace it must have brought him.

    Our family will pray that these next weeks and months will bring consideration of things eternal and comfort for your hearts. It’s so hard losing a parent…

    patti

    #8460

    PAG2005
    Member

    Carrie,

    I’m very sorry for your loss. My prayers are with you and your family. I’m so glad your dad was surrounded by loved ones when he passed. Hugs.. Pat

    #8461

    KATHY1
    Member

    Carrie,

    So sorry for your loss. You’ve been through tough times I’m just glad that the end came so peacefully. You and your family will be in my thoughts and prayers as you go through more tough times. As sad as you feel keep remembering that your dad is no longer suffering.

    Kathy

    #8462

    Naomi
    Member

    Hi Carrie:
    I am so sorry that your dad has gone. You did so much for him, trying to find something to help him get better. He is no longer suffering and is at peace. Keep this in mind as days go by and remember the good times you had with him.
    Prayers are with you and your family
    Naomi

    #8463

    al’s wife
    Member

    Carrie:

    I’m so sorry for loss. I am so happy for you though to be able to be there with him knowing that he went peacefully and painlessly. I’ll keep you and your family in my prayers.

    Lynn

    #8464

    DonUK
    Member

    Carrie – I am so so sorry. You and your family have my sympathies and are in my prayers.

    God bless,

    #8465

    concern
    Member

    Hi Carrie,

    Prayers for your family. Almost a year since my dad passed away one day before his birthday.

    Concern

    #8466

    JaneP
    Member

    Carrie,

    I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your Dad. He followed shortly after my brother. I am sure they are in heaven looking down on us today. I too know how peaceful that day was.

    I pray for you and your family in this time of loss.

    JaneP

    #8467

    gemloyear
    Member

    Carrie, My thoughts and prayers are with you at this sad time.
    Ellie

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