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September 22, 2012
Laying Mr. Ingle to rest can be compared to a flower weathering a storm.

Have you ever noticed the way a flower seems bowed down after weathering a storm?

In a way it is a touching sight. After all, the cloudburst likely sent countless animals and people--far hardier creations than any flower--scurrying for shelter. Yet the flower stood there, rooted, facing the weather's full fury. Now, here it is, intact, bowed but unbroken, showing a strength that belies its delicate appearance.

You may wonder as you admire it, if it will regain its vigor and lift its lovely head to the sky once more.

It is much the same with people--in these troubled times when we face the loss of a loved one in death. When this tempest assails us, we can no more avoid it than the flower can uproot itself and run for cover.

Yet, we the bereaved, can find surprising strength and endure such an onslaught. How? When death strikes, faith and hope will make a world of difference to survivors.

With such, in time, like the flower after the storm, remaining loved ones of Mr. Ingle will lift their heads up from grief and find joy and fulfillment life once again.

Sincerest condolences,
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