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December 05, 2019

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November 10, 2019
My condolences to the family on the loss of your loved one. May the God of all comfort be with you during your time of sorrow. (Psalm 145:19)
November 9, 2019
TO MRS. SYLVIA P. JONES AND MR/MRS RONALD JONES AND THE JONES FAMILY I OFFER MY CONDOLENCES AND PRAYERS
November 8, 2019
To The Jones Family:

My sympathies are extended to each of you in Cliff's passing. He lived a good life and, knowing Cliff, had no regrets. I'm sure he tried to prepare you, but preparation often falls short of reality and we experience grief, pain, sorrow and loss in ways we could never be prepared for.

Over the many years we were co-workers at HANO, we had many of what I call Listening Sessions, conversations in which he talked and I listened. Because of those sessions I recognize all the names recorded in the obituary and even some that are not listed. But, the fact remains that all of you were always a part of his conversation.

Your individual entrances into his life came at different intervals and a few even came before he made his arrival on the scene. But you were all a part of his life and that's what, for him, made it good.

Be patient with yourselves and give yourselves time to heal. When the time is right, you'll exhale and life will be good again. We have God's promise: Weeping may endure for a night, but joy comes in the morning.
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