Condolence & Memory Journal

So sorry to hear about passing of your sister may God give you strength. Love Dominic and Georgia

Posted by Georgia Gassi - Parma, OH - Family Friend   January 17, 2018

Dear Chuck,

We were so sorry to hear of the sudden loss of your dear sister, Trisha. It's times like this we search for words of comfort to extend to our friends, any small word or gesture to let you know we care and we are thinking and praying for you. Words fails us, gestures seem empty. But please know, if there is anything we can do - just call. Kathy & Ken.

Posted by Ken & Kathy Jelinek - Richfield, OH - Friend   January 17, 2018

Chuck
We are sorry For your loss. They always say things happen for a reason and a season. You and Patricia had six great uninterrupted months together. You shared and learned so much about one another in that short span of time. May you find peace and Closure in the fact that she came back into your life for that season.
Keep your memories of her close and she will always be with you in spirit. May God bless you and be with you in your time of sorrow.
Your friends
Barb and Jim

Posted by Barb and jim Szabo - Strongsville, OH - Friend   January 16, 2018

Candle

We are so sorry for your loss, you were a wonderful brother to Tricia. May God wrap his loving arms around you and bring you a sense of peace that surpasses understanding. - Amy & Dan

Posted by Amy Bednar - Cleveland, OH   January 16, 2018

I am so sorry for your loss. You were such a good brother to her. May she rest in peace.

Posted by Ashley Reutter - Friend   January 15, 2018

Life like the sun gives us shadow and light. We can't have one without the other, and each holds its own intrinsic value, unique to our own situations. Enjoy the memories that make you smile in your heart. Our deepest sympathy in the sudden loss of your beloved sister, may god bless.
Roger and Barbara Willbond

Posted by Barbara Willbond - Cleveland, OH - Friend   January 14, 2018

Life like the sun gives us shadow and light. We can't have one with out the other, and each holds its own intrinsic value, unique to our own situations. May God give you the strenght to endure the sudden loss of your sister. Treasure your fond memeories and take time to heal. May God be with you , Roger and Barb

Posted by Barbara Willbond - Cleveland, OH - Friend   January 14, 2018

My deepest sympathy goes out to you for the loss of your sister. May you find peace and consolation in knowing you were so caring to her.

Posted by Kathy Hovancsek - Parma   January 14, 2018