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July 22, 2018

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July 22, 2018

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September 14, 2016
My deepest sympathy to the family, the pain of losing someone in death is the most devastating pain that one can feel. I feel your pains. You may not know me but may God comfort your family in this time of need. May the words in Psalms 94:19 be a source of great comfort to you as well.
September 13, 2016
My sympathy goes out to the family during your time of grief. May God's loving-kindness comfort you and help you through this difficult time. Psalms 119:50,76

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September 13, 2016
To the family, children and grandchildren of Violet: I am so sorry for your loss. Violet was a beautiful lady with a kind, sweet, gentle spirit, and I enjoyed getting to know her over the past year. I met Violet while volunteering with Marshfield Area Purple Angels. Visiting with Violet always brought me great joy. The joy came from spending time with her, holding her hand, singing to her, taking her for walks as I pushed her in her wheelchair, and seeing her beautiful smile. Many times when I visited the care center in the early evening after dinner, Violet would seem agitated and upset. The staff told me that was just how she was. But for some reason, Violet and I formed a special bond. I would kneel down in front of her and call her name and she would look up. Many times she would smile. If she was in the mood to go for a walk I would push her slowly around the nurse station and down to the dining room and back. I'd usually sing softly to her as we went. She loved the song You Are My Sunshine and I would sing the song "Sweet Violets." After our walk, we would sit and often she would hold my hand for a while. I am going to miss my visits with her. I have made a donation to Marshfield Area Purple Angels in her memory, so that we can continue to bring joy to others.