I remember Si when I worked in the Activity Department at Care-Age of Brookfield. May you find comfort knowing the love grows stronger as physical bond is broken, he lives on in every breath you breath, word is spoken and step is taken. Brewers baseball brought us together in the early 80's, and I'm blessed to have known Si over the years.
He came quite regularly to read the paper to the residents. Many fond memories of our friendship on Range Line Road. On behalf of everyone here at the Alzheimer's Association - thank you so much for thinking of us at this time of loss to your family. In so many ways, a piece of work he was, including the fussiest eater I've ever known, even though he would never admit that he was! Laurie, Fred, and family, I am not so much putting in a memory as expressing our sympathy and sorrow for your loss.
My prayers are with the Saxe family and his friends. Your mother Virginia was sure fun to be with and her close relatives and friend Ralph. It is so hard to lose someone we love in death, especially someone so young. Please know that the “God of all comfort “(2 Corinthians 1:3,4) sees your pain and longs to do something about it.
We are glad we had the chance to be with you and Dick and your mother on several occasions. Dear Cheryl, Bill and family, we are so sorry for the passing of your dad. I personally have found comfort from the words at Revelation 21:3,4 and John ,29.
To the Peterson Family: May the God of all comfort give you peace and comfort you at this most difficult time. If you would like to learn more about this beautiful hope please go to and download a free copy of the book " What Can The Bible Teach Us"?
Sorry to hear of your loss: May the God of all comfort give you peace and comfort you at this most difficult time. If you would like to learn more about this beautiful hope please go to and download a free copy of the book" What Can The Bible Teach Us"?
He let my son and I enjoy some Norte Dame football tickets. He is now in the hands of God and may your son rest in peace. He was a great friend and I enjoyed working with the scouts, Troop 24 with Doran.
That was as close to heaven as you get without going there. We are most appreciative of your daughter, however. I am sad that I am unable to stop in and visit with you today. Connie and Dick-Helen and I wish you both the best.Our deepest sympathy in the loss of your loved one; Uncle Francis will always be remembered as a very kind, loving Uncle. a special man has gone home to be with Jesus..more pain.Francis could light up a room with his smile and twinkle in his eye. No words can express my deepest sorrow for your loss, Diana, Bob, Stacey, Jamie, Ruth and Bruce.To the Miller Family: Sorry to hear of your loss, May the God of all comfort give you peace and comfort you at this most difficult time. If you would like to learn more about this beautiful hope please go to and download a free copy of the book " What Can The Bible Teach Us"?Please read 2 Corinthians 1:2-4 and also John ,29 Where Jesus gives us a beautiful hope , that is soon to be realized. And read chapter7" There Will Be A Resurrection" It is our hope that this information will help you and your family now and in the future. His silly laugh rings in my ears and running my finger over the waves of his hair. Working at 3M for a number of years we never met because of being in different divisions.