2011-02-10 / Church News

Cards Of Thanks

DESHONG

The family of Georgia J. Deshong would like to send a special thank-you for all the heartfelt sympathy that was given to us on the death of our mother. All the prayers, cards, flowers, trays of food and kind words were greatly appreciated. It is with great sorrow and joy that we extend our thanks to everyone. She was a very special person and will be missed by everyone who ever had the opportunity to know her. She will always be in our hearts, and we will always be able to see her walking around owned dressed in her skirt and high heels.

A special thanks to the exceptional nursing staff at Fulton County Medical Center, Shimer Long-Term Care wing, the Hospice Home Nursing Agency, ManorCare of Chambersburg, Heartland Hospice, Summit Medical Oncology, Grove Cancer Center and the wonderful nursing staff, Urology Associates of Chambersburg (Dr. Taj) and the nurses, Rev. William Bair, Sipes Funeral Home, Brandy Mellott of Precision Cuttery, Free Brethren Church of Webster Mills and PennDOT employees.

To all the brothers, sisters, family and friends who visited mom many times during her struggle to fight off cancer, it is with great pride that we can say that even today families stick together.

May God bless each and everyone of you.

FOREMAN

I want to thank my family for the surprise birthday party. Thanks so much to my relatives and friends for the flowers, phone calls and cards.

May God bless each and everyone of you.

Lois Foreman

GORDON

The family of Maynard “Bill” Gordon would like to thank everyone for the phone calls, visits, cards, food, beautiful flowers, prayers and support during his illness and passing.

We would like to extend special thanks to the wonderful staff at ManorCare, Pastor John Godissart, Masonic Lodge, Jason and Darrin at Sipes Funeral Home and those from the Mc- Connellsburg United Methodist Church who prepared and served the meal after the service.

Everything you did meant so much. May God richly bless each of you as He has us.

Family of Bill Gordon

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