The fish will keep swimming that you can count upon,
& the Campfires they will burn on.
The stars will keep shining as from the start,
As the memories imprinted in my mind & the Love written on my heart.
The boats will continue to float & life won't stop because your heart did.
That which is will be, as you were when you were a kid.
A little piece of us went with you,
just as a little of you stayed here too. Each day we'll see you,
in the ocean,
in the garden,
in the blue.
Our hearts will always carry a part of you.
And a little of us died too.
I Love you Granpa!
Aunt Mary I am so sad to hear about the loss of Uncle Irvin. I have such good memories of you and your family coming to see us when I was a little girl. May God bless you and your family and give you peace. Love to all.
Our hearts and prayers go out to all of you at this time and in the days ahead. We love you and we are sorry for your loss. Please give a special hug to Mary. We miss seeing them both in Cottageville.
Deepest sympathies. My name is John M. Thomas, Jr., and my great-grandmother was Ila Cockfield. Her son, Wyman Cockfield, was my grandfather, and Bessie Cockfield my grandmother. I think my great-grandmother was the sister of the deceased's father. You don't see the last name very often, so I thought I would send a note. My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org, and I would welcome any email. Ila died at age 100 in 1989, and my grandmother died at 95 in 2007.
Mary, you have my deepest sympathy in your loss. I did not know you were in Guyton. If I had known, I would have visited. I will remember you in my prayers.