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May 22, 2019

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Judy Barnett

To paraphrase a favorite poet of mine “ his heart is in your heart,” and that will never change.
Take care of yourself.
Judy

Barbara Rotruck

It is wonderful you and Rich shared such a special friendship for so many years. I know he was there with you, especially when you gave the sermon to his grieving congregation on Sunday! It had to be difficult, but know you were the right person to do it and I know he was proud of you for doing so. I also know that God helped you find the right words during this difficult time. Prayers are still coming for you and Rich's family and friends!!

Beth Carlisle

Thank you for letting us walk with you during this vulnerable time. Love and light, friend.

Kathy Green

You are loved! Thank you for always knowing the right thing to say or do for us. Now, please know that our arms are there to wrap around you.

Alice Aldridge-dennis

Beautiful words of comfort and hope. Thank you posting this. In your time of grief, you are sharing with us wisdom that will stay with us through our own sorrows. Thinking of you and Lee Ann during this time. Blessings and love.

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