It was a pleasure taking care of your parents/grandparents during my time at Lincare. I always looked forward to the conversation or food that was offered.
My thoughts are with you and yours at this time.
We are sorry we couldn&t be with you today, but we were out of town.
Our thoughts & prayers are with you.
Gene & Deb Coffing
I am truly sorry at the passing of your Mother. I wish I could be there. I am praying for you and the rest of your family.
We are so very sorry for your loss. To lose both parents within a month is devasting to say the least. Your parents were two of the kindest and sweetest individuals we knew and will be sorely missed by everyone that knew them.
You are all in our thoughts and prayers...With heartfelt sympathy.
Love,Ted & Renna Lemberis & Family.
Most Merciful Father, we commend our departed, Eva, into your hands.
We are filled with the sure hope that Eva will rise again on the last day with all who have died in Christ.
We thank you for all the good things you have given during her earthy life.
O Father, in your great mercy, accept our prayer that the gates of paradise may be opened for your servant. In our turn, may we too be comforted by the words of faith until we greet Christ in glory and are united with you and our all our departed.
Through Christ Our Lord, Amen.
May God&s love surround you always,
Christie (Eva&s cousin Edith&s daughter in NM)
I am so sorry to learn of your mom&s passing, and the recent passing of your father. I have fond memories of them both. Your mom made my wedding cake and played piano at my reception, and I think she made my attendants dresses. She was a talented lady in many ways.
It must be very difficult to lose both parents in such a short span of time. I know you must have many memories that you can draw on to comfort you in this time of sorrow. It has been several years since I lost my parents, and the memories that they left for me become more precious as time passes.
I will keep you and your family in my prayers, and ask God to bless you with comfort and peace.
Eva was always very kind and treated us like family when we saw her. We know she loved her family very much and she will be missed.
It is such a sad time, but know you all are coping as best you can. To lose both parents in such a short while must be very difficult. But knowing that is the way they wanted it to be.....one following the other close behind.....gives us some peace.
Please know we are all keeping you close in our hearts and sending you solace.
Aunt Eva fills childhood memories as a strong and larger than life woman who WAS music. As we grew up she became an Aunt who loved her family wholely and was proud of each and every member. She remembered us...her nieces and nephews...the details of our lives, and made efforts to visit all of us when she could.
It was a measure of love by both Aunt Eva and Uncle Art that always touched us deeply. To travel so many miles to see family, seemingly undaunted by the distance or time was generosity of spirit and love that will never be forgotten. Those memories of their visits will always bring a smile to our faces and warmth to our hearts. This last trip she had to go alone, but it was her greatest journey and her greatest act of love.
Peaceful Journey Sweet Lady. We will miss so very much.
Georgia and Bill
Although no words of sympathy can ease
the losses you bear,
Still, may you find some comfort
knowing others truly care.