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December 10, 2018

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March 4, 2018
As you remember your beloved one, may our Father the God of peace give you comfort and peace in every way today, tomorrow, and always. Please accept my sincere condolences. Psalms 94:18-19
February 27, 2018
I am sorry for your loss. May prayer comfort you.

1 Thessalonians 5:17 "Pray constantly."
February 22, 2018
My father, Robert D. Doty, and I always enjoyed talking with Jeral @ Cambrian in Tecumseh. Jeral and my father had their meals together, sharing the same table. My father spoke highly of Jeral, or J.D. as many called him. Dad called Jeral "Chief" and he referred to Dad as "the Boss."

When Dad was still able to drive he would take J.D. and a couple of other Cambrian gentlemen residents out on drives into the countryside and around the Tecumseh farmland. Dad was just 95 when the men took took their last drive together. He's now 97 and still living @ Cambrian. This were really happy times for Dad and his friends, as they felt free and sort of "human" again as they had a chance to see the world in it's seasonal glory.

Dad and I will always remember J.D. and the many talks we shared. Jeral was always eager to have my husband and me sit down at their table in the dining room to spend some time chatting.

Dad said Jeral was always busy, doing or taking part in many of the activities. We also knew him as "the puzzle guru." He loved doing puzzles.

Jeral will be missed by us and the many friends made at Cambrian Assisted Living in Tecumseh.