John-McCain-Obituary

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John McCain

Aug 29, 1936 – Aug 25, 2018 (Age 81)

Obituary

A.L. Moore-Grimshaw Mortuaries Bethany Chapel Obituary

John McCain, U.S. Senator from Arizona and former Republican Presidential nominee, died Saturday, Aug. 25, 2018, following a battle with brain cancer, according to multiple news sources. He was 81. For full obituary and coverage from Legacy.com, click here.

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I did not know John McCain. I am not a Republican. However, I did vote for him in the 2008 elections. I felt he was the best qualified to be our president and one rare person who had integrity, compassion, empathy, courage and valor. I would have been proud to call him my president. However, his voice continued in the Senate, standing by his convictions without fearing nor thinking of repercussions. A great loss to his family and to this country he so proudly fought for. My deepest...

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In Loving Memory

Deepest sympathy for your hero! Those we love live on in our hearts forever! God calls the best! I will always be grateful for Senator/Veteran John McCain's service to our country! REST IN HEAVEN!
Prayers and love!
From my military family to yours!
M. Jones-Lewis

How does one honor and thank Senator John McCain, and all of our Veterans, for the important work that they've done in keeping our nation safe and free?.....I would like to offer a Prayer for Veterans:.....Proud of our nation, they answered her call---Defending the freedom and safety of all. On land or on sea, or in jets high above, They went out of duty and honor and love. But, however they served, Lord, wherever they went.....Please bless them and help them to know what it meant!.....And...

Sometimes, the ones who work THE HARDEST and give THE MOST, are the quietest about what they've done.....That's called HONOR.....They INSPIRE the rest of us.....That's called PRIDE.....THANKS SENATOR JOHN McCAIN, AND EVERY SINGLE VETERAN WHO STEPPED FORWARD, PUT ON A UNIFORM, LEFT THEIR HOME, AND WENT OUT TO SERVE THEIR COUNTRY, AMERICA, THE LAND THAT WE LOVE!

voted for him and campaigned for him


I only hope that Someone
Will come close
To filling John McCain's shoes-
And "carry on" his Work-

He Distinguished
Himself on this Earth-
More So than the Rest of Us-

He did-
- For the Rest of Us-
What Jesus would Have Done-

We all have His Funeral-
To Inspire and Direct Us-Now
Because -we all...

Deepest condolences to the family. Thoughts and prayers in this time of distress.