In memory of Dad, Vearl Fletcher, who passed away December 18, 2009, on Friday night of the third Advent week:
The year’s shortest day and longest night.
This is the day we have more hours of darkness then of daylight.
The night the star of Bethlehem guided visitors to the baby born on the first Christmas. That night must have been a great comfort to travelers from the East.
We too depend on a special light from God. It is the light of the world. May we be led by thee.
On December 21 this year, we shall look for this gospel light of mine. I’m going to let it shine in memory of you.
Let is shine, let it shine, let it shine.
In memory of our wonderful mother, Virginia M. Harr:
Memories of the ones we have loved
Still cast their gentle glow
To grace our days and light our path
Wherever we may go.
As long as hearts remember
As long as hearts still care
We never part form those we love,
They are with us everywhere.
Sadly missed and loved,
Children and grandchildren
In loving memory of Florence Krause, October 22, 1925 – December 24, 2012:
We love and miss you, Mom. Our hearts were saddened the day our heavenly Father called you home. We knew you had peace and victory in Jesus.
Life will never be the same. You touched many lives and left many memories. We often see a reflection of you through your children and grandchildren whether it be a look or saying.
You will forever live in our hearts.
In loving memory of Sandra B. Rouzer:
Christmas In Heaven
We’ve shared our hearts, full of holiday cheer
And shopped for presents for loved ones this year
The house is dressed up with garland and lights
That sparkle and shine through the holiday nights
But even with all of this holiday bliss
There’s someone we lost that we terribly miss
And as this Christmas Day draws near
We wish with all of our hearts she was here.
She’s living her life way up past the stars
Somewhere past Jupiter, Saturn and Mars
She’s spending her Christmas in heaven, you see
And last night as I slept, a dream came to me
She was standing before me, happy and well
She said to me “I have something to tell ...
Heaven’s more wondrous than you would believe
It’s the greatest of gifts I could ever receive.
I’d like for you all to remember the good ...
You know that I’d be there if only I could.
So don’t feel so bad that I’m not there
There are so many memories you can share
As you gather together, I’m sure you’ll find
The gifts deep within you that I left behind.
Each one is unique and wrapped brightly in love
They shine from your hearts as I shine from above.”
Sadly missed by your loving husband, Gary, and your family