Thinking of you, Frank, and your family with sincere sympathy. It's never easy to lose someone you love...even if they are very ill. Take care and may you find peace and comfort in all the years you had together and the memories you made.
The physical absence of Ann leaves a void in your life & a hole in your heart. There is no doubt in my mind that Ann is still with you, albeit in a different way. She is now a member of the Communion of Saints. On that night, Ann was listening to the voice of God who was quietly calling her to himself. Ann gave you her love & you can only guess how much happiness you gave her. Bless the memories within your heart. If you listen with your heart, you will hear her love around you soft & clear.
Thinking of you with love,
Sister Sue & brother-in-law Karl
Even in your sadness, we hope you can hold on to the thought that a life lived with so much love never really ends, but goes on forever in the hearts of those whom she has touched. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I know my aunt Lucille will truly miss Ann and all the special memories they have shared. I know Ann is now in peace in heaven, and she is giving my uncle Bob a great big hug. I know they are both smiling down on us. Take care of yourself Frank, and your family.
With all Our Love,
Lucy Clark and Karen Serkowski
You are all in our thoughts and prayers at this difficult time. We have so many wonderful memories of Ann. We are honored to have known her and all of you. We spent many days together enjoying morning coffee and many laughs. She will be missed terribly but know she is out of pain. The Lord has welcomed her home. She smiling down on all of you. Rest in Peace my dear friend, you certainly will be missed. Take care Frank, Becky, Daniel and family.
Thank You Lord that Your hand is strong and Your arm is outstretched toward me. Adapted from Psalm 136:12.
Sue Krider, Cedar Hill, TX