“Sue & John:
There are not enough words in this world to describe the love that Mickey had for his family. I'm thankful that he shared his love with my family, too. I know that he and Big Sam are rejoicing as they continue their great friendship on a whole new plane. May God help to fill the void that you must feel.
“Sue & John:
“Sue and John what a blessing Mickey was to all knew him. We will miss him.
Charles and Virgie
“Pastor John, Sue, and family:
There is so much sadness in my heart right now as I still cannot believe that Mickey is gone.
When I first met him, I truly thought he was a great man of the Lord and he made me feel so welcome with his loving ways as I became a member of Grace Baptist Church. As I got to know him, I found him a devoted friend of mine and he was one person I loved talking to. One thing I told him that really touched him was that I compared him to the man who trained...
“Eccleiastes 7:1 "A name is better than good oil, and the day of death than the day of one's being born."
I am sorry for your loss. Mr. Agetstein lived such a long life. May the memories you have of him keep you comfort during the lonely times. May God's word the Bible strengthen you always.
“Sue, John and family,
"Mickey" was one of the nicest man I have ever met. I was disappointed on Sunday mornings when he wasn't there. He was very uplifting to me and made me feel good the rest of the day. We all loved him and he loved us.
Expressing sympathy is never easy and all I can say is how sorry I am.
May the comfort of family and friends give you strength for today and the days to come.
Sending deepest sympathy and heartfelt thoughts.
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Milton "Mickey" Agetstein Milton "Mickey" Agetstein, 96, of Madison Heights, died Friday, Jan. 29, 2010, at Lynchburg General Hospital. He was the husband of the late Ada Doris "Pat" Beckhardt Agetstein.Born Jan. 8, 1914, in Baltimore, Md., he was the son of the late...Read More