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September 24, 2018

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July 26, 2016
So very sorry for your loss, Nurse, Liz
July 16, 2016
Dear Uncle Bill, John, Philip and family,
I'm so very sorry for your loss. I was looking at pictures of the family reunion 2 years ago, and I am so grateful that I was able to be there and visit with Aunt Margaret. She was an incredible lady. I was remembering your visit to Mom a while back, and how even though it had been years since we had seen each other, it felt just like when I was a child, visiting and enjoying one another. I was so blessed by our conversation. Aunt Margaret will be missed, and we will continue to pray for you all.
Love,
Tina, Jim
Ella & Austin
July 15, 2016
Dear Uncle Bill, John and Philip,
I am very sorry for your loss and truly saddened to hear about Aunt Margaret's passing.
I have such fond memories of Aunt Margaret from the lively, crowded family gatherings at Grammy Shaw's house in Simonds. I always felt that when aunt Margaret asked how I was, she really wanted to know, but I also knew I had to watch my step, because not much passed her keen gaze. And that was a good thing. I also recall visiting you all in Vermont many years ago where, much to the delight of Tina and I, Aunt Margaret would make pancakes in the shapes of various animals. Looking back, I am struck by how such a simple gesture has stayed with me all these years. I think it's because she took the time to do something just for us kids.
Please know that my wife and I are praying for you all. May the peace of Christ would comfort you at this time.
2 Timothy 4: 7-8

In Him,

Anthony