Condolences - Larry Roger Ginn
Dear David, Angie, Steve and your families, I am deeply sorry for your loss. Words do not feel the loss, but i hope all the words, memories, and stories you will hear, will allow you to find strength to the days to come. I have a vivid memory i would like to share. I was about 5 yrs old. Uncle Roger and Aunt Jenny was runny to the store and let me go. As we checked out, R Uncle Roger handed me a candy bar he got me. He said do not tell your Aunt Jenny. I did not. We stopped to get gas and Uncle Roger got out to get cigarettes out of a machine(im old). When He did, Aunt Jenny handed me a candy bar and said dont tell your Uncle Roger. It was great then it became awesome. About half mile away from home, Uncle Roger stopped, put me up front on his lap and let me drive. The second memory is when Ed died. After the funeral, back at Mom's. He came to me and asked if i was okay. He shared with me how he felt when his dad died. He said you never get over it, you just get through it. So. I leave youwith the words of your Dad. Pray for Your Peace, Strength, and Comfort. Pray for Uncle Roger to have Eternal Peace. Love you ALL Doug n Cathy Lewis
Dear Sara and Steve, I am sorry for your loss, please accept my condolences. God Bless you Gail
My thoughts and prayers are with each of you. May God keep His arms of comfort around you. Love you all.