It was so nice meeting the members of DR Bandiola's family. I especially enjoyed talking to John.
I really wanted you to know how much I appreciated your father. I was responsible for the offering at First Service. Though he had been a regular deacon for all the time I have been helping, he had quit volunteering regularly. However, he was always willing to help if we were short the necessary number of deacons. He was always so cheerful and always, always, always had a smile on his face. I will miss him. You can truly be proud of him!
Your father had a ready smile, kind word and a willing heart for the Lord. He will be missed at first service at the Collegedale Church, especially by my 9 year old son Daniel who often served with him.
With God's Strength
The Mohrs (Mike, Sharon, Daniel & Robert)
Dear Auntie Nits, Cousins Viv, Rene, Lil, John, Ivan; your spouses and beautiful children:
I am still in shock over Uncle Ben's passing. When I read the above obituary, it confirmed what I already knew - Uncle Ben was an extremely intelligent gentlemen who led a very accomplished life. But beyond the erudite titles and the thousands of minds who have been exposed to Uncle's passion for learning; Uncle's true legacy to this world are all of you - kind, loving, gregarious individuals who enjoy life and laughter. We will miss him but I know each of you will pass on his legacy to those that come after us.
Our loving prayers are with you. Karen, Luke and Andre La Madrid
Please accept my sincere condolence on the passing of your dad. I see your parents at some of the EASNAC conventions. The last time I saw your dad was in New Jersey two years ago. He was a respected professor and a loving dad. I remember our days in PUC and how you were like brothers and sisters to me. May you find strength in the promise of John 14. My parents also send their condolence. Welda Donato-Duque email@example.com
Our condolences- a great loss to Bandiola Clan...