Condolence: My sincerest condolences to the family.
My heart is broken. You were such a good friend and I remember all the times we went to school. Your loving visits to my mother while I was in California were so much appreciated. I will not forget you and all the kindness you showed to others.
Condolence: I was very sad to hear about Violet. I don't think I ever had her jelly, but she made the best nut roll that I ever tasted. She gave me the recipe once but mine didn't come close. About 10 years ago my husband and I took Violet and my Aunt Pat (Mendak) to see Engelbert in Wheeling. We had such a good time and the two of them were so comical that Jack and I still laugh about it. What a nice lady. She will be missed.
Condolence: Diane, Ed, and Corrine, I'm sorry for the loss of your mother. She was always pleasant when I would see her, although I hadn't seen her for a good many years. Thanks for including the story in her obit about her making homemade jelly when her grandsons would go in the woods to pick them--sweet story for a sweet lady.
Condolence: Dear Diane,
John and I send our deepest sympathies at the loss of your mother.
I know many years have passed since we last saw each other or have been in touch, but I remember you fondly. When I read of your mother's passing, I remembered also you were part of a very loving family. My prayer is that you will all be comforted by our our Heavenly Father and that you will be a comfort to each other as you honor your mother's memory.
With love, John and Debi