Janice: I hope that you know Sharlene and I are always thinking of you, and now more than ever. If you need something just call. We will do our best. Love............Sharlene and Richard
Martin: I am so sorry that I never got to meet you. I know we would have had a great time. We had so much in common. One thing we had in common, was the love of Janice, your wife, my sister. It is with a heavy heart that Sharlene and I send our condolences. Martin please know that I will do the best I can to help Janice in anyway.
Much love and respect.
Dr. and Mrs. R.C. Tetzlaff
Ormond Beach, FL
Martin this is Ethan I miss you buddy. You know, there was nothing bad about you, I only saw good. I bet you can beat bad and make everything and everyone good as they can be. I cried because I miss you.I miss when you would check on me and Jeric when we were in the tree, and you helping us when we needed paper. You were the best and you still are, I miss you and I hope you meet Cindy and God. I hope your're building or cutting wood or sitting down finally and having a cup of tea or coffee.
Health Care Solutions & Career Group, 15800 W. McNichols, Ste. 233 Detroit, MI 48235 (313) 270-4550
The cheerful heart enlivened the psalmist David, and likewise the cheerful heart made the earthly life of David's great antitype, Jesus Christ, active. The natural heart also affects the body, just as Proverbs 14:30 says: “A calm heart is the life of the fleshly organism.” The heart of the Greater David, Jesus Christ, could remain calm with a steady heartbeat and blood flow even under provocative circumstances, yes, under persecution and physical mistreatment, up until the time of his impalement. It was only then that he died of a broken heart.—Psalm 69:20.