Condolence: I have known Aunt Margie all my life but never knew her middle name was Janette. To all those children, family and friends of my aunt Margie, here are a few memories.She was FUN to be a round as a kid.She would teach us songs like 'found a peanut" and tell us bedtime stories that seemed to come to life as she told them.She tried to keep us kids entertained when we visited. I also had fun with her kids, my cousins, Carolee, Sonny, Mary, Mark and Michael. And now Deanna. Later as a teenager Aunt Margie would watch our Family while my parents were gone. I remember sneaking out of the house with a brother after midnight. When we snuck back in she was waiting in our room, tears in her eyes, worried about us. We realized we had hurt her and I felt ashamed for making her worry.So we promised NEVER EVER TO DO THAT AGAIN! We stuck to that promise.
Aunt Margie was a very loving A very loving person.She managed through many hardships but still kept going. An inspiration to me. SENDING MY LOVE TO ALL. MISS ALL MY COUSINS. WISH I COULD BE THERE.
Condolence: Death is so unfair. The scriptures tell us that death is the “last enemy” to be brought to nothing at 1 Cor 15:26. Until then, may your family find comfort in God’s words at Rev 21:4 that says: “And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away”.
Condolence: Please accept my sincere condolences for your recent loss. My heart goes out to you and your family. I have always received comfort from the Bibles’ word at Philippians 4:7 which reads “and the peace of God that surpasses all understanding will guard your heart and your mental powers by means of Christ Jesus”.
I hope you can receive comfort from these words as well. Margo Simmons