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Andrea Harkins posted a condolence
Friday, August 30, 2019I am so sorry for your loss. My husband, David, and I, lived next door to Red and Shurley in St. Petersburg for many years. They were kind, warm-hearted neighbors who welcomed us with open arms. They always had lollipops for the kids and they took us out to eat at the country club on occasion. Shurley came right over when I had my babies and she and Red were the best neighbors we could have ever asked for as we were beginning our family. We moved from there about 17 years ago, our first house, but my fondest of memories always surround Red and Shurley. Sitting here tonight, Shurley came to mind and I checked online and saw this. That's how much she touched my heart then, and even now. While it is a very difficult time, I know that she must be in the most wonderful place that she deserves. God Bless. Andrea Harkins
Cheryl J. posted a condolence
Monday, July 22, 2019Michael, family and friends, the pain, the grief, and feelings of helplessness can seem unbearable. Our Grand creator, father of tender mercies, lovingly provided his word the Bible to provide you comfort in this case. (2 Corinthians 1:3,4) God hates death so much that death is called “the last enemy” and will “be brought to nothing.” (1 Corinthians 15:26) God promises that the dead will live again. (Isaiah 26:19) Doesn’t this fill your heart with hope? “All those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out!” (John 5:28, 29) One of the greatest earthly demonstrations of Jehovah’s marvelous kindnesses will be the resurrection of humans from “the Grave.” Imagine that! One day, your mother will be brought back to life on earth. So while you grieve now for your beloved mother, allow God’s word to comfort and stregthen you while you eagerly await the day you can see her again. The best is yet to come!
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Tuesday, July 16, 2019