Thank you for informing us of the loss of your mother Lorna.
We worded together in PNG for 2 years.
She was like a mother for us during these years. When we had a hard time, she was always there to listen to us. And.....we loved her cakes!
She will have a good time with our Lord now. We wish you all the best.
Greetings from Geraldine and Kees van Nienes, Dordrecht, NEtherlands
Doug and Family,
So very sorry to read about Lorna. She will be missed by you and many others. She was a very special person and many people have benefitted from her community minded attitude. May she rest in peace and may your wonderful memories of her help you during this difficult time.
So sorry to hear about Lorna. She fought a courageous fight against cancer.
I will fondly remember Lorna especially during our years together in Papua New Guinea: always cheerful, upbeat, with a deep compassion for fellow travelers on the road of life, without regard to culture, race or religion - despite her own deep faith.
She will be missed by all of the Potter family.
Love Rick and Janice
Just wanted to say that the service for Lorna was perfect....very heart-warming, very "her". She meant so much to our family, as did all of you. I know all of us Websters feel very lucky that your family was so much a part of our lives for so long. As us "kids" move forward into the elder generation, I hope that we will all keep in touch. Love and blessings to you all, Shawn
feisty, fun, lively, kind, golfer extraordinaire, Everyone loved to spend time with her and listen to what she had to say.
She was an integral part of Mission and we'll all miss her dreadfully.