Please accept my condolences at this most difficult time.’ He will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and deathwill be no more.'(Revelation 21:4 (Acts 24:15) Reply
Please accept my condolences at this most difficult time.’ He will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and deathwill be no more.'(Revelation 21:4 (Acts 24:15)
Only one word comes to mind when I think of Sonny….’Memories.’ And there are plenty of them, indeed…all good. Thank you, Sonny, for loving my mother, your cousin, as much as you did and for being there for her in her times of need. You are her favorite person. Thank you for being kind, and for talking to me about anything from your time with Uncle Artie to the Korean War. Thank you for playing horseshoes, and for all the Christmas holidays we spent together. Thank you for laughter and discussions around countless dinner tables. Thank you, Sonny, for traveling to Pennsylvania so my parents could see me at college. Thank you, Sonny, just for being you. Many things have happened in my life since last we saw each other. I bought a house and mom lives with me. I wish you had been able to visit my home before you left us, but I take comfort in the fact you can see us now from where you are. I got a new job, got married, became a stepfather, and will be a father to a baby girl due in April. Though your passing is sad to me, I’m so happy you finally know all of this. I wish my wife and children had the chance to meet you and learn of the caliber of man you were. Send my regards to all those who are keeping you company now. I will love you always, miss you always, and I will keep your memory as much a part of my family as you were in the flesh.