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July 16, 2018

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January 14, 2018
Miss you Corey . I haven't forgotten you . I never will .
October 5, 2017
So sorry for your loss Laurie
September 11, 2017
I remember you today on your birthday . Love and miss you .
August 25, 2017
Cory,

I remember you and tears swell up in my eyes. I remember taking you to church with my wife, Robin and son, Nicholas. I remember us going and getting some food. It was a blessing to have you along with us those times. I remember you going up for prayer when the altar call came. But, what I remember most; you gave your heart to Christ. You said the sinners prayer right there in the church parking lot. You are in heaven, and we will see you again. You know now, the love of the Father through His son, Jesus. You are experiencing it first hand. I look forward to seeing you again Cory. Robin, Nicholas and I miss having you as our friend.
To your family we send our deepest sympathy. We will be remembering them in prayer.

Your friend,

Mr. Hartigan