I am sorry for the loss of your mother as I just found out about this. I hope you and your family will soon begin to replace the sadness and sorrow of your loss with the happier memories of your mom. I know whenever I saw her at St. Mike's or out and about, she always said hello to me and we would have a pleasant chat. St. Mike's has suffered an irreplaceable loss.
My condolences to the family. The loss of a loved one is never easy. May our loving God continue to bless and strengthen you as you remember that his Word the bible at John 5:28, 29 says that there is going to be a resurrection. With this promise it is possible for you to see her again because we know that God can not lie. Usually at some point in time after the funeral when family members and friends are gone, we may find ourselves all alone to deal with our grief. But please be assured that you are not alone. The best Friend a bereaved person can have is our Creator, Jehovah God. We are encouraged at 1 Peter 5:7 to pour out our heart to him in prayer because "he cares for you." Moreover, he promises that all who do so will have their thoughts and feelings soothed the by "the peace of God that surpasses all understanding."(Philippians 4:6' 7) May all the many wonderful memories that Sharon your loved one provided comfort you during this most difficult time.
May she rest in peace and may eternal light shine upon her. Shirley Verhonik class of 1957 St. John's Academy.
I was so glad to have the chance to say hello and goodbye to Aunt Sharon during my visit with Jacob. I know that Uncle Mike and the rest of the Totton's are going to be elated to see Sharon again. Blessings to your family from the Boston Millers.
So sorry to hear the loss of Sharon . We are deeply sadden We enjoyed Sharon for many years My husband Richard worked many years with Mike before his passing Sharon was a wonderful person will be greatly missed
Patricia and Richard (Gunner) Gunning
To all the Keers' family: I have nothing but fond memories of your mother. She and your dad treated me like one of their own growing up on Centennial. Who needed another mouth to feed?... but I remember being nothing but welcome for dinner (except on Chop Suey night!) or for a peanut butter and honey sandwich. And, who can forget popcorn in a brown paper bag?
Rascals you all were and thank you for sharing her with me.
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