And so, at last, Alden & Fannie are together again, standing in the presence of God where Jesus has prepared a place just for them. May you find comfort & peace in this. And may you join them one day.
Our prayers are with you.
Love in Christ, Tim & Pat Rothrock (now in Chardon.Ohio)
Dear Dee and Jolete, I am away from home and just today have had access to a computer. Dee, I am so sorry about the loss of your father. It is so hard to lose both parents. Jolette, I'm sorry you have lost your grandfather. Grandparents hold such a special place in our hearts. Thanks for letting me know of your loss With much love to you both.
I will always remember the great times I had visiting at Fannie and Alden's cottage at the lake. Alden had his hands full trying to teach me how to fish with those long cane poles.
Dear Dee And John,and your Families,
I am so soory for the loss of Uncle Alden. He was always a happy man, always kind and generous with his time. He had a very long and full life and we will all miss him.
Our thoughts are with you, Dee, and your family. Dave & Carol Hodson
Dee,You and your entire family, are in my thoughts and prayers. May peace be with you.
Dear Dee & Joilet,
I am so sorry to hear about your Dad and grandfather. I loved working with him at Branch County Bank, we both had a lot of fun teasing each other. He and your Mom were such great friends to Paul & Millie Willison, and i really appreciated his remarks to me when Paul died just two years ago. I have very many happy memories of Alden. Our prayers are with you at this time
Margaret Willison Braman
My deepest of sympathy - may the Lord shine upon you in your hour of need.
Thinking of You.
Dee, Jolette & family, The world will miss Alden. What a great guy, always happy, funny and sweet. Loving thoughts to you all.
I will always enjoy fond memories of times with Fannie & Alden especially in my teen and adult years. They always let the light of Jesus Christ shine through them. Love & prayers. Linda Finch
John, Martine and Family, Dee and Jolette and Family.
What a wonderful thing, that Uncle Alden was with us as long as he was, He was such a treasure in our family. I can still hear him playing the "Chattanooga Shoe Shine Boy" some of my earliest memories are of his big booming voice, I loved to hear him sing, and he always told some of the most interesting stories and jokes. I had a special relationship with him he always called me Meggsie. I loved my special nickname because he gave it
to me. I had my special name for him too. I was the only one allowed to call him Auldy, the way I did, kind of like Dad and RAlfffffh. The trip he took us girls on when we were 17 me, Liz 14 and Dee 15 in that Volkswagon has always been one of my best memories. We certainly knew how to harrass him and some how he put up with us, What a brave man he was.
I loved He and your Mom dearly and was as close to them over the years as I was to my own parents, They were often like our own parents, I don't think we ever thought of them in any other way.
I am happy to have known such a Valiant Warrior in Gods Army, He made a lasting impression on my life, I will miss him, but know that he is now setting with Heavenly Father and probably telling him a joke or a story and I can just see God slapping his knee and laughing along with The Whitt Girls and Boys and My Dad. Can you imagine what a homecomming, that must have been last Saturday morning, when his ship arrived on that shore, to be welcomed by all those who had gone before him. Wow what a celebration they must be having. I know that they will always be here with us in Spirit but to once again to be able to hug their loved one and to know that he can now feel they're wormth,
Love you. You are in my Prayers. Marg.
Please accept my humble Sympathy. Your Family is in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. Time does heal and memories are forever.
I like to think back of the days of my youth spending the summers at Aunt Fannie and Uncle Alden's farm in Michigan. It was always such a great place. Years later after moving to Tennessee, I would often see them when they would visit John and Martene.
Such great people. A generation has moved on with time. But the time here was the best. My sincere condolences to the entire family. And I look to the day I will see them both in heaven.
John and family, Long ago good memories . . . with sympathy, Nancy (Van Ellen) Hooper
I worked with Alden as an OJT student at the bank. I have so many fond memories of him and his stories. He tried to pretend like he was all tough and grisely but I remember him being a big marshmellow. He will be missed by all who knew him but Heaven sure picked up a great one.
My love and sympathy to you Dee, and to your daughter. So many great memories of your Dad. Joyce (Bopp) Bara
In our thoughts and Prayers.
The Board and Staff of Oak Hill Cemetery
Sorry to hear about your dad Deanna. He was a good guy and will be missed. I got to know all the Bronson Reel guys as a 10 year old, I would walk my dad home almost every night and got to know them all, including Alden, they were a great bunch and good role models. Your friend and classmate. Larry "Kib" Kibiloski
One of my fondest memories of Uncle Alden and Don were them playing cards and slamming the cards down and being really loud and fun! I always knew that Uncle Alden and Aunt Fanny cared about me and I will cherish those memories!
Deanna, so sorry about your Dad, my thoughts & prayers are with you. Judy(Crum)Wright
Dear Dee, Jolette and family,
We are so very sorry to hear of your great loss. Just talking about sending a get well card, when we heard the very sad news. Alden has led such an amazing life; he so loved people,and being involved. May the Lord bless you, and help you through these most heartbreaking times.
Jeanette, Korinna, Wendy & families
Dee and Jolette, you are in our thoughts and prayers. Many of my favorite childhood memories included Uncle Aldie and your family. His jovial smile always made the day better. His hearty laugh comforted all who heard it. We love you guys always. B
I'll never forget the time we spent with him in Michigan two summers ago. He will continue living through memories and stories. I love you guys, and will continue praying! <3
Your Family is in our prayers
Dale,Tracie, and Boys
I am very sorry to hear about your dad. I really liked him. He was always very pleasant when he came in to chat at Putnam's. You and your family have my sympahty. God bless you.
The loss of Aunt Fannie and Uncle Alden have left a huge gaping hole in our lives. I do look forward to seeing them again, and all of our family who met Uncle Alden at the pearly gate. God bless you all and I know the Comforter will ease your pain. My prayers are with you all.
So very sorry to hear this news. What a great loss to our whole family.
Love Barb & Ken Larie
Dee and Jolette,
I am so sorry to hear of the passing of your Father/Grandfather. May his memory be your healing.
With Deepest Sympathy
Your Family is in our prayers, Uncle Alden was a much loved member of our
God Bless you all
Helen and Harold Sargent
I loved Uncle Alden AND Aunt Fanny. Uncle Alden treated us like we were his blood kin. Always warm and jolly and I have always been too far away to visit. I wish I had visited them both now. I guess we always expect the ones we love to be around forever. He will still be missed so much.
We have all been loved and felt God's care and compassion from uncle Alden
and so glad we were able to see him this past July while in MI May God's peace
surround all of you and wrap you in his loving arms and hold you tight thru this
time - Uncle will be ok we are the ones that will hurt and miss him so
love always and forever and ever roy and jessie woods 2-11-2012
Your family is in our Prayers