Your news here is tough with which to deal on any front. I'm so sorry I didn't get this news until today when I checked my messages. Oh gosh…I do feel much sorrow for you, your entire family. I had no idea she was sick in any way but have always prayed for you and your family over the years because I can and will for all of my friends throughout my life.
I don't know what to really state to help ease you pain other to echo your words that she's not in pain anymore. This is a good thing. When my Dad passed in 2009, he was probably not in pain but was on life support…one day he was good, and the next day he had a spell of toxic pneumonia and that's what did him in. I never really got to say goodbye to him when he was lucid. Hopefully, you got a chance to do so with your dear Mom.
I cannot imagine the pain you must be going through, but rest assured I will continue to pray for you and your family always.
I weep as I write this and will do anything you need for me to do if you need it. She raised a great man in you. You've always been one, and always will be thanks to her love, caring, and nurturing . Yes, it takes a Mom and a Dad to do this. However, to lose one of that is so important to a man's life – a Mom - must be difficult beyond belief.
You shall meet her once again, that is a given.
Bob & Dave,
We are so sorry for your loss. We are thinking of you in your time of need. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
George & Kathy Maines.
So sorry to hear of Mae's passing. She was a wonderful woman who raised a great family. Still remember the ceramic shop and watching Steeler games at the Karp's! My sincerest condolences.