I didn't know the family but I knew Edith. She shared of herself with me on numerous occasions, when she would come to my workplace. She always had a smile and would speak of heaven, her savior and called me her sister in Christ. We spoke often, several years ago, - she was such a wonderful woman. One day, maybe 12 years ago, she bought me a gift, a book... a daily devotional which I still have - along with the note she wrote. She cared for those around her. She showed such love for me and I knew it had to be the Christ in her. One day I saw a figurine of an angle holding a book and it reminded me of her. I bought it for her. She told me where she put it and she cherished it as much as our friendship. I left that workplace for another but we remained friends and saw each other from time to time. She told me much of her illness and how she was feeling. I have not spoken to her in several months, since her job ended. I am sad to hear of this but I know where she is and I will see her again one day. I am sad to have not gotten to say goodbye. Although we use to say to each other, if I don't see you here I will see you there... and she meant it. Edith I am happy you made it home. You get to see the face of God and the wonders of heaven. Hallelujah!