Mass of Christian Burial
I have very fond memories of my visits with Art and Aileen when we were neighbors in Crystal Bay. They were both wonderful people and I miss them dearly.
My sincere sympathy to Sheila & Conard Terhune along with the rest of the Jugg family. How fortunate you are to have enjoyed his company and guidance for so many years. You have been truly blessed.
My condolence to the family. The loss of a loved one is never easy. May our loving God continue to bless and strengthen you as remember that Arthur has a chance for a resurrection. God's word the Bible tells us at John 5:28, 29 tells us that that there is going to be a resurrection. With this promise it is possible for you to see him again because we know that it is impossible for God to lie. Usually at some point in time after the funeral when family members and friends are gone, we usually find ourselves all alone to deal with our grief. But please be assured that you are not alone. The best friend a 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 by "the peace of God that surpasses all understanding."(Philippians 4:6, 7) May all the many wonderful memories that Arthur your loved one provided, comfort you during this most difficult time.
There are so many memories I have of Grandpa Jugg .. it is hard for me to choose just one to share with you as we reflect on his life.
So besides all Easter's and Christmas get togethers. I remember waking up in grandma and grandpa's spare room.. I ran out into the kitchen. And at the table was grandpa Jugg sitting on the right next to the C.B. Grandma was fixing me some breakfast.
I looked at Grandpa Jugg and asked.. can I talk on the CB grandpa. after he sipped his coffee. he smiled and said "yes, Stevie. Come over here and sit next to me" as he patted the chair in front of the table looking out over the lake in Painted Hills.
That was my Grandpa Jugg..
Sorry for your loss! I didn't realize Art grew up in Haughville and went to Tech. He may have known some of my aunts and/or uncles as my moms family lived in that area, went to Tech, and some would have been close to his age. You are in my thoughts.
I am so sorry for your loss, but knowing that your parents are now together forever can be very comforting for you all. Love and prayers to you all.
Art had a smile for everyone. He had a wonderful sense of humor. He was always so very kind to me. His love of family was admirable, especially his love for his beautiful wife. I was blessed to know him.
The world has truly lost a HERO, Art's smile in front of that powerful mindset - he taught everyone with his wisdom, kindness, generosity and the most loving and proudest man I have ever met! One of my most recent fondest memories is Art telling us about wearing his WWII cap and having lunch bought for him at Gray Brother's cafeteria. He looked like a five year old boy telling us some stranger bought lunch for him again. Art was religious and patriotic, he loved GOD, the USA, Family and life. It is a blessing to be able to call myself his daughter-in-law, to know him, to love him and to be loved by him. I will miss that wonderful smile and clever sense of humor. Art will never be forgotten, we all live in a better world because of his goodness and he will live forever in my heart! Until we met again on the other side... GOD Bless and keep you Art!
Always enjoyed talking to Mr. Jugg and always look forward to the next chance to see him. Always a kind heart.
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