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March 22, 2019

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March 17, 2019
March 16, 2019
My deepest of condolences and sympathies go out to the Fode family. To have both Mr. & Mrs. go to be with Jesus within such a short time is dumbfounding. I am glad they are in paradise, but I pray for the peace of their children and grandchildren.

As my parents were close to the Fodeseven sharing a house, though that was before I was bornso they and their 3 kids were mainstays of my childhood. Mr. Fode was my childhood church's organist and I can still picture him in the balcony before the keys and all those silver pipes. I recall my father once diving into our house's crawlspace and bringing up bottles of dandelion wine he and Mr. Fode had made. (I don't know if they ever drank it or not, though.)

But, perhaps, my most favorite memory of Mr & Mrs is when I joined them on a tour of Italy in the summer of 2000. We were a small group, my parents, me, and some other friends & folks, but we all laughed heartily, ate gluttonously, and awed at the art and architecture. I recall Mr. Fode and I both loved seeing what relics were housed at the various churches and cathedrals, perhaps the best being wood purportedly from the Christ child's manger.

I was glad I got to see both of them a few years ago when my wife, son, and I spent a year in Milwaukee. They both smiled exactly how I remembered them.

They were wonderful people and they will be dearly missed.

-Benjamin
March 14, 2019
My deepest condolences for your family's loss. May the God of all comfort bring you peace and hope during these difficult times. (Jeremiah 29:11)
March 11, 2019
Love you, missing you already. :)