Dear Ken and Family, Tho' we have only recently learned of your loss we want to express our deepest sympathy. May you be bound together in love as you go into this holiday season without your beloved Midge. Tho' you must certainly take comfort in her new found freedom.. her absence is deeply felt by all. We, like you, are also walking through a time of loss with the passing of the head of our household. God bless and keep you all with His peace and comfort now and in the coming year.
I have no words that make things easier, yet I have the candle holder I gave and have been using it constantly Mom. It brings me confort seeing the flame.
I'll always remember being the last one to walk you out of the house for Christmas shopping on our yearly trips.
Leslie & Allison, I'm very sorry for your loss. Midge and I were far enough apart in age so that,even though we grew up across the street from one another, we lived in different worlds. We shared typical conversations that teenagers would, Hi Midge... Hi! That was it! But today my heart shares your pain. My hope is that Midge is at peace and time will come to ease the pain and provide you both comfort and fond memories of happier times shared together.
Leslie & Allison, we are sorry to hear of the passing of Midge. We remember fondly all the wonderful times we had together camping. Our hearts and prayers are with you at this time. Words can never say what we truly feel. May the memories of the good times carry you through the years. Love, Howard, Howard Jr., Linda, Scott and Heidi Clark
Leslie, love and prayers to you and your family. They that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall run and not be weary; and they shall walk and not faint. Isaiah 40;31
Ken, Kenny, Nicholas and Lindsay we are so saddened yet relieved to learn of Midge's passing. Midge gave Mitch and I the most memorable first Halloween when she greeted Mitch at the door in the Witch's costume. He retreated like he was shot out of a cannon. The playgroup and the afternoons at Spofford Lake saved Dianne's sanity while we were there. So much happened in so few years with our kids but they are so memorable. We can't and won't ever forget Midge.