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Mark Ryneal In Memoriam
MARK RYNEAL 1970 - 2013 My son Mark was always a good boy and grew to be an outstanding man. I miss him so much ... whenever the phone rings I'm wishing it was Mark calling. He would make everyone smile and laugh even when he was very ill. My cousin Vicki Wyatt sent this to me shortly after Mark passed because she lost her son Christopher in 1985. She has been my rock and I hope this helps all who are going through this: 'Grieve not, nor speak of me with tears, but laugh and talk of me as if I were beside you ... l loved you so - 'twas Heaven there with you.' Oh God, please let this be true! Love, Mom Dear Mark, I find it hard to express my feelings because I loved you so much. I just want you to know you are always in my heart, my beloved brother. I miss you more than words can say. I love you so dearly and I am grateful you are in Heaven now and finally have some peace. I Love You So Very Much, Marta My Dearest Mark, It's been one year today since you tragically passed away on January 9, 2013, but to me it seems just like yesterday. When you left that day to be with the Lord in Heaven, my heart was forever broken and my life forever shattered. The two greatest gifts God ever gave me were you and your sister Marta, but sadly God, for whatever His reasons, chose to take you from us here on Earth to be back home with Him as one of his angels in Heaven. Mere words alone could never express how much I deeply love you and cherish the times that we had together throughout your life. I never felt so privileged and honored to be able to call you my Son. You are that rare kind of special human being that any parent would be proud to have as their son. You were extremely loving to your family and friends and your gentleness of heart, kind and caring personality, and generous ways would be the envy of anyone. I often told you of how I wished as your Dad that I could have been more like you. What a reversal, huh? A dad who wanted to be like the amazing man who was his Son! You touched the lives in a very endearing way of so many people who had the privilege of knowing you, and you will be forever loved by them all. Most important for me though is that you, as my Son, enriched my life as a person and as your Dad in so many wonderful and countless ways. You made me a better person by your life and the examples you set, and taught me the values of unconditional love, patience and generosity to others less fortunate. I remember well when you were so seriously ill yourself and were receiving only a small disability benefit income, you generously and faithfully sent money monthly to a needy disabled war veteran in San Diego, as you also did when you regularly donated to the ASPCA because you loved animals so much. Your loving and generous ways knew no bounds! I could go on endlessly about what an amazing man and Son you were and are, but all those who knew you are keenly aware of that anyway. My life has forever been changed since your passing a year ago, and I will deeply grieve for you my beloved Son until the day I die. Hopefully, I pray, I will see you again in Heaven, so please keep a place for me. That seems like an eternity now, but until then I have nothing but wonderfully fond and loving memories of you as a little boy, a young man, and the fine, amazing man that you became. I am deeply honored you are my Son. I could not have asked for a more perfect one! May the Lord look over you and take care of you until we see each other again in Heaven. I'll love you for all eternity, Dad
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Published in Press-Enterprise on Jan. 9, 2014
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