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September 23, 2018

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February 25, 2018
When I read your father's obituary yesterday, I didn't realize that y'all had just said your good byes to your dear mother. You've suffered two major losses all within a matter of days! Your father wanted to be with his beloved wife. My heart goes out to you. May our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ comfort you in your sorrow. May He fill you with the peace that only He can give at such times. I have the distinct impression that you had a wonderful family life as you grew up together. Warm memories on which to reminisce.

Any contributions to Reins of Life is also a connection to the Nash family in that my cousin, Diane Sennett's mother was Vera Nash Hippensteel who lived in Michigan City. Diane has been a devoted volunteer to that organization for many years.

Blessings to all of you.
Martha Rupel Abbott
February 24, 2018
I happened to be looking at the South Bend Tribune in regard to the flooding in the area then clicked on the obituaries. Finding the name Klingerman, I clicked on it. Not knowing Ken, I read through the information and found Wendell's name and Gladys (Nash). I know Wendell and Angeline and family having lived in the Tyner area and attending the same church while growing up. My mother was a Nash - Fannie Nash Rupel. I now live in Charlotte, NC. I'm so glad I happened upon Ken's obituary. It sounds as though he was quite a wonderful person with a life well and long lived. May he rest in peace. It's good to find a family connection now and then. My condolences to you and your family, and to Wendell as well. Martha Rupel Abbott
February 22, 2018
I Knew Mary Ruth and Kenny for a long time He did a lot at church at Harrison and Van Buren He gave good advice to young children. Ken and Mary Ruth were at our house the first New years after Penny Sue was born we had 5 Nurses from Majo hospital at our house. I just called Kenny Last week to see how he was doing He said how do you think I am doing. I said you our very lonely and so ma I, He Thank me for calling I will miss this lovely couple. You children our in my prayers.Love Jean Gray