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December 03, 2016

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December 03, 2016

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July 8, 2007
I have not had much contact with Jr, but i do remember his father Leamon and his brother Lamar. I know he had to be a strong and caring person just as his father. I dont really know what advice to give since i have not gone through this and i would never want to go through it, but i do know that he is in a much better place. Please feel free to email me. Thank you
July 7, 2007
Although I don't know your family, I just want to express that God puts everything into motion and wanted one of his true angels to come home. Please rely on your faith during this time.
July 6, 2007
To the Leamon Anderson Family,
God heals all pain with the passage of time. We share your grief.
I just saw J.R. in the hallways at EHS but was introduced to him by a friend as he played basketball -- she described him as a very good person to know and have as a friend - she added, "he's a gentle giant."
God bless you all and keep you in His care during this time of bereavement and all the days to come.
Violet Evans and family
July 5, 2007
During times of grief, the fabric of our soul is torn... much like the finest cloth that has become threadbare. Our hearts searches for places to rest and heal... as the threads are replaced with care and compassion.



Sincerely,

Deborah Ellis and Family
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