My mother, Jean, showed me Mr. Ashenbrucker's obituary today. I would have recognized his smile anywhere. Please accept my condolenscense.
I have a lot of great memories of your family and the years I was friends with Jane. My own son lives in CT and when I visit him, it reminds me of the times spent with Jane. Please accept my prayers for your family and Mr. Ashenbrucker. - Karla Kaphaem (seithamer)
My condolences to your family on the loss of your love one.
I write to families who have loss love ones in death. People say that death is part of life and that it touch's everyone at some point in their life, that maybe so, but it's not what our Creator intended for us. I found comfort in God's promise and I pray that you can too. God promise to resurrect those who are asleep in death in the future. He has the power to do so and he also has the desire.
Isaiah 63:9 say during all your distress it is distressing to him. It is comforting to know that one day in the future God promise that we will see out love ones again. John 5:28,29. Rev. 21:3,4 he promise to put an end to death, sorrow and pain. Romans 6:23 the gift God gives is everlasting life by Christ Jesus our Lord.
Until then, may sweet memories continue to surround you and bring you comfort.
With deepest sympathy.