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July 15, 2018

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December 3, 2015
Dorothy and Family, I am sadden to learn of Meredith's passing. I have not seen him in the years we moved from OR. However, he was thought of often. He brought me to the UM Church; he and Dorothy changed my life. As I served in mission these past 3 years in Peru, I have told many people how their outreach and kindness taught me the Wesleyan way. He is with our Lord, May the family's faith bring them comfort. He will be missed.
November 13, 2015
Please accept my condolences on your loss. Mr. Groves seemed to have been a man that loved family and the simple things in life. I hope you will find a measure of comfort from the words found at 2 Thessalonians 3:16.
November 8, 2015
Uncle Meredith, I do not know if you knew how much you were cherished by me. Only because I failed to tell you. I failed to tell you how I loved your smile. I failed to tell you how I loved your kindness to all you knew. I failed to tell you how I loved your wisdom. I failed to tell you how I loved your tenderness to Aunt Dot. What I didn't fail to do the last time we spoke, was say I love you. I just wish I had said it more often. Thank you for being my Uncle Meredith.