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Amanda's Obituary, Saturday will be a sad day

by Glenda. / February 6, 2013 / 10:51 AM UTC
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all you can do
by James Denison / February 6, 2013 / 11:01 AM UTC

is to be there and strong for her parents. Death I think is often harder for those left behind. Ask God and He will help you all through it.

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Thank you James
by Glenda. / February 6, 2013 / 11:09 AM UTC
In reply to: all you can do

I have always said the hardest thing anyone can do is lose a child. It is so very hard to be as strong as we need to be, Jim will be sitting, not making a sound and I see his tears running down his face and I guess you know what happens next. She was such a great kid!

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I'm sure you'll be with your family if you can
by Steven Haninger / February 6, 2013 / 1:29 PM UTC

and know that others who can't will be there in spirit. It may sound trite but these are the times that can strengthen rather than weaken us. There is nothing we share that is more valuable than our joys and sorrows. Your sorrow is shared.

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Thanks Steven
by Glenda. / February 6, 2013 / 6:45 PM UTC

All of our kids will be there and the Grandchildren too. Grams wii probably cry most of the time. Amanda's brother, Joey has been so strong, He wrote her obituary and arranged the service. Her little brother Etan is the one that called us, I knew it wasn't good news when I saw Jim's face. It will be in the Church my Dad was Baptized in. I know we will all see her in Heaven when it's our time.

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Sad to hear
by Willy / February 6, 2013 / 6:58 PM UTC

Sorry to hear of this news and for one yet so young. May you bear this passing and any comfort I provide that she is my prayers. -----Willy Happy

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Thank you Willy
by Glenda. / February 6, 2013 / 8:10 PM UTC
In reply to: Sad to hear

As long as people talk of her and remember her, She will still be with us
Sue

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