My sympathy goes out to your entire family. It's never easy losing someone so dear. May the God of comfort bring you peace during this difficult time. Psalms 29:11
Diana and family, I am so sorry for your loss. Prayers for all of you during this time.
Dear Gayle, and May family,
Your Dad, Grandpa, Father-in-law, Uncle Les was a wonderful, kind, and loving man. He was a good friend to my parents and family, and a great asset to the Community Church where he was the treasure,and a faithful board member and helper to those in need for many years. He also worked hard, along with Lloyd and Bro. Berry, building the beautiful additions to the church. The lovely stained glass window donated by his family and the Johnson family, in honor of their daughters, Marlene and Diana, hangs in the front of the alter at church. He and Golda drove groups of teens to the snow, had church parties in their home, and even had baptisms in their swimming pool. I have many fond memories of Les (and Golda), and I know you will be missing him so much. May the Lord of all comfort be with you,and help you at this time.
One day we will rejoice when we meet our Lord and loved ones again, face to face.
Love, Nancy deGraaf and Family
My thoughts and prayers to the May family. Mr. May was a great neighbor while I was growing up. I remember the countless times he and Mrs. May would let my brother Scott and I swim at their house. The patience he had to have to deal with all the "court kids" . He will be missed. God speed Mr. May..
With fond memories,
Joan Wilburn Andersen
In loving memory, Great Uncle Les was a great man.
Les was a wonderful uncle and will be missed by all of us.