2009-03-19 / Family

Cards Of Thanks

HOOVER-FARLING HOOVER-FARLING We would to thank everyone who showed their support to Scottie and our families. Whether you sent card, flowers, food, prayers or donated to the Scottie Hoover fund, we sincerely appreciate it. Support for our families has been so overwhelming, there have been literally hundreds of cards, and we cannot list everyone who has helped or contributed, just know we truly appreciate you.

We especially would like to thank all the churches and prayer warriors for all their support. Special gratitude also goes out to the EMS staff, Fulton County Medical Center emergency room staff and Hershey Medical Center. You helped give us two more weeks with Scottie and for that we will be forever grateful. Thank you.

Also, we would like to thank MHS students, faculty and staff for the benefit dance, visits to Hershey and heartfelt cards.

Our community supported us in our time of need, and we truly want to thank each and everyone one of you. Scottie was a gift from God for 14 years and he is still a blessing to us each and every day. God bless you, keep the faith and love you all.


The family of Catherine J. Bivens would like to thank everyone for their prayers, visits, food, flowers and cards provided to Catherine and our families during her illness and at the time of her death.

Special thanks to Brett Cornelius of Kelso-Cornelius Funeral Home and to Rev. William Swope and Russel Hoffman, Dr. Sharon Martin and the staff at Fulton County Medical Center for their kindness and comfort during this difficult time.

May God bless you all.

Parker Bivens and families


We would like to thank the community, our neighbors, friends and extended family for their kind words and prayers in the passing of Zenda "Susie" Sweger, a great wife, mother and grandmother. Your acts of sympathy, whether it be a card, food, a phone call or words of support, were greatly appreciated during this difficult time. A special thank-you to Marty Brown and Pastor Mike Baumgardner for their assistance and guidance.

Leslie "Jim" Sweger

and family

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