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August 15, 2018

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November 30, 2016
DEAR FAMILY, MY SINCERE CONDOLENCES, THIS IS A DIFFICULT TIME FOR YOU, MAY YOU FIND COMFORT FROM THE PROMISE FOUND AT JOHN 6:40.
November 14, 2016
I am sorry for the loss of a son, brother and friend. May God grant you peace during this difficult time.
November 3, 2016
I am very sorry for your loss of Jim. I really didn't think that I was related to the Mauldin family until I greatly surprised to read that Jim had bought and worked on restoring the Faye and Loren Hatfield farm. My Grandmother was a sister to Loren and thus I remember them very well as a child when they would attend the Griffith family get together. I spent a lot time with my Uncle Sherman Griffith going with him to his farms. I remember a couple of times when Sherman would stop at the Hatfield farm. I believe Sherman helped to replace the roof on the barn one time, I hope I'm right. I even want to dare to say that at least on one occasion, Jim and I played together while Loren and Sherman were visiting. I thought that farm was really a "neat" farm myself, so it really tickled me to read that Jim had been able to fulfill part of his boyhood dream about the farm. Although I am sorry for your earthly loss I rejoice with you that one day your family will be once again united for eternity. May God richly bless bless the Mauldin family with His comfort and peace during this time.Ronald Littlejohn