Condolence: I am sorry to hear of Jean's passing. I enjoyed knowing her over the past several years. She worked at Base Borden with my father (he retired in 1979). Anyway, she was a good friend and had a lovely sense of humour. My sincere sympathy to the family and many friends whom she had touched their lives.
Condolence: Hello, sorry to hear for your loss Ed and family, I wont have the words to console or say I can understand as every one and every event is unique to the individuals and those who surround you. Other than to say you have friends and co-workers who can help if needed.
Condolence: We are so sorry to hear of your loss, Ed.
Jean will be remembered by Alexandrea, Bethany, Theo, me and the rest of our family for her generous spirit, her strength and her laughter.
May she rest in peace.
Condolence: Please accept my deepest condolences. It’s always a painful tragedy to lose a loved one in death. It saddens us to think that we may never see our loved one’s smile again or hear their laughter again. But God has promised all of us that one day death will not exist and that we will see our dead loved ones again. Revelation 21:4 says, “And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes and death will be no more,neither will mourning, nor outcry. nor pain be anymore, the former things have passed away." I hope that this brings your family a measure of solace during this difficult time. If you have more questions about the Bible and its promises, please feel free to contact me or visit JW.org