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July 29, 2009
Dear Bill & Margie,
I am thankful for what time I had working with your Mother, & Rocky early on. They were gracious enough to hire me as I was attending Cuesta Community College and that was a lasting relationship we were able to have. As you mentioned she was a business woman & I learned many lessons from her that I still use until this day. The opportunity they gave me has lasted through my working career & I'm still grateful for that. Underlying our relationship was primarily that we were both Christians. Your Mom & Rocky kept a small white board in the office & we would put a verse on it as we felt lead. This often stimulated a conversion around that verse. I appreciated her care for me & I wasn't afraid to acknowledge the same for her.

I do look forward to seeing her again on the streets of Glory where Earth's best is Heaven's pavement.

Joh 3:30 He must increase, but I must decrease.

Bill & Margie, I'm thankful you can take comfort & have peace about Vernell's presence with the Lord because of the many promises He has given us in His Word.

2Co 5:4 For we that are in this tabernacle do groan, being burdened: not for that we would be unclothed, but clothed upon, that mortality might be swallowed up of life.
5 Now he that hath wrought us for the selfsame thing is God, who also hath given unto us the earnest of the Spirit.
6 Therefore we are always confident, knowing that, whilst we are at home in the body, we are absent from the Lord:
7 (For we walk by faith, not by sight:)
8 We are confident, I say, and willing rather to be absent from the body, and to be present with the Lord.

Your friend,

Tony Anastasia
July 14, 2009
Take comfort in knowing that now you have a special guardian angel to watch over you.
May 28, 2009
Loreta was very warm, humorous and had compassion for those around her. Her smile lit up the area wherever she was, and I am sure she is smiling and sharing her warmth with others.
May 16, 2009
LOOKING BEYOND

We look not at our failing strength,
Nor burdens fresh, nor passing years.
In Heav'n our Home, and have no fears.

We look not at the host of cares
That camp nearby in strong array.
We look beyond to cares all gone,
To faith made sight, to cloudless day.

Things now not seen by human eyes
We see by faith. Thus seen they bless
Our souls and purge our fleeting days
From ev'ry vestige of distress.

The things our eyes now see will fade,
All cares and all earth's beauties bright.
Things now unseen, on Heaven's shore
Will never perish from our sight!

The fairest gift God gave us here
Will there most marvelously grow dim
As we partake of endless bliss
Through seeing and adoring Him.

Revelation 22:4,5,6
May 16, 2009
The Other Side

"This isn't death, it's glory!
It isn't dark, its light.
It isn't stumbling, groping,
Not even faith - it's sight!

This isn't grief, it's having
My last tear wiped away.
Its sunrise, it's the morning
Of my eternal day!

This is the end of pleading
for strength to bear the pain;
Not even pain's dark memory
Will ever live again.

How did I bear the earth life
Before I came up higher
Before my soul was granted
its very deep desire?

Before I knew this rapture
Of meeting face to face
That One who sought me,
Saved me,
And KEPT ME by HIS grace!"

-Anon

Galatians 2:20 Galatians 3:7
May 16, 2009
God Keep You Close in this Time of Loss
Offering a heartfelt prayer in sympathy today that God will bless and comfort you in His own Loving way.

Dear Bill & Margie: It was good to read the write up in the Telegram Tribune about your Mothers Home Going - It was good to hear again of her love for the Lord, and his word, and the old hymns she knew so well.
We are happy to send our love to you in the Lord Jesus. We are eagerly looking forward to the time whe God shall del up his children home to be with HIM.

With sincere and heartfelt love in Christ
May 15, 2009
Dear Bill and Margie:With sympathy Gone from our sight but not from our hearts. Caring thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time.
We were grateful you put your mothers obituary in our paper as we often have had her in heart & mind. Thankful she is safe home with her savior & free from cares & suffering.
Bill your Mom was my friend I will be looking forward to seeing her again.
Love

JESUS Said...,
"I am the Resurrection and the LIfe...
John 11:25
May 15, 2009
Dear Margie & Bill i want you both to know how very sorry iam. When i came back to work(after my days off) last Saturday i was told of your Mom passing away. i wish i could write something that would ease or comfort you but i know there's nothing that can. i miss loretta she & i had had some really nice talks i will miss seeing both of you too. Take Care
May 15, 2009
Margie and Bill, I returned to work today after being off for 10 days to find that Loreta made it to her new home. I did have a little visit with her on 04/26/09 before I left I am so glad that I did. Loreta was a blessing to me I was not close to my own mother, Loreta always made me happy to do any little thing for her she also made me laugh alot! I will miss the hymns on Sunday hearing you harmonize was lovely. You both made her so happy and she was always so proud to show her many things that "Margie made me" I will miss Loreta and the staff will miss her and you both more than you know you are a special couple.
May 15, 2009
To the family members of Loreta Kinsley!
May the caring thoughts of friends and family help you through this time of sorrow.

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