I remember some of my best days at the Ammon's home.Watching Abby for 3 years and helping with the other children.I will always cherish the memories that eth gave me.She was such a wonderful person.I will remember her always.
We are very sorry . Darryl (at the lake) told us yesterday. We are thinking of you and Abby.
THE ROSE BEYOND THE WALL
A rose once grew
where all could see,
sheltered beside a garden wall,
And as the days passed swiftly by,
it spreads its branches,
straight and tall....
One day, a beam of light
shone through a crevice that has
The rose bent gently
towards its warmth
then passed beyond
to the other side...
Now, you who deeply feel its loss,
be comforted - the rose blooms there-
Its beauty even greater now,
God's own loving care.
Expressing heartfelt sympathy in the loss that you must bear,
And may you find some comfort in the thought that others care
TO: Joey and Abigail Ammons
FROM: Dorothy Daniels (DOL/BPC)
In the mid 70's at G.A.Camp,I was awoken by Beth. She proceeded to tell me that she was ready to accept Jesus as her personal Lord and Savior and just had to tell me. I was thrilled for her and remember talking for hours with Beth that night about how she felt Jesus was in her heart and she just knew it was time for her to get baptized and continue to live a true Christian life. I will never forget that night and how special I felt that Beth had come to me to share this glorious news. Everybody that knows and loves Beth is confident that she has gone to a better place because of her beliefs, but this story is a sweet reminder of Beth's long time committment to God and her faith. With Love, Kelly
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.