Cards Of Thanks
At this time Winnie and I would like to thank the ambulances and medics who transported her to the Medical Center and later those who transported her to Chambersburg Hospital.
Thanks to all the doctors, nurses, therapists, cleaning ladies, anyone involved in her recovery. Thanks to her families on both sides of the fence. Also for the many prayers from churches, individuals and also for the cards and thoughts.
God bless you all.
Winnie and Fiddle
The Don Ray family wishes to thank all for the many kind letters and cards sent to us after my accident. We just wanted everyone to know how great it made us feel to have so many friends. Many thanks to all.
The family of Sylvia Wertz would like to say thank you for all you have done for our mother these past three months.
To Sipes Funeral Home for their caring and compassion they showed us; Summer Thyme Florist for the beautiful flowers; Debbie Ward for all the visits, prayers and for doing her hair; Shirley Lake for the beautiful songs you sang; Pastor William Swope and Rev. Dick Bernard for all the visits, prayers and wonderful service and for all the support you gave us. Thanks to the Sideling Hill Church Auxiliary for the meal, Home Nursing Hospice and to Joey Lane for the concern he had for Mom.
Last, but not least, to our family, friends and our extended family at Fulton County Medical Center. You are all so wonderful.
God bless you all.
The family of Kenneth F. Wisner wishes to thank everyone for the prayers, visits, support, cards, flowers, phone calls, food and transportation during his illness and death.
Special thanks to the staff of Fulton County Medical Center and Meritus Medical Center for Ken’s care. Also thanks to the ambulance crew who transported Ken to Hagerstown.
We are grateful for the help and service provided by Howard L. Sipes Funeral Home.
I deeply appreciated the words of comfort and help from my wonderful neighbors and family. Sincere thanks to Ruth Reeder for playing Ken’s favorite hymns.
Thanks to Pastor John for the beautiful service and singing. Also for the prayers and being with us at Ken’s passing.
Thanks to the Gideons, Sunday Bible Study, Masonic Lodge, Christian Social Services and others who shared their memories of Ken .
Ken’s “Morning Has Broken,” and he resides with his Lord. May God bless all of you.
Beverly Wisner and family