Condolence: My granddaughter, Honesty Watt, used to walk around together at Clarksville High School, waiting to be transferred to CMCHS for the Veterinary and Ag program. Honesty cried all the way home after hearing about "Paul", who she loved as a great friend.
We lost a son in 1990, who was 18. I want you to know that your family is on a prayer chain that goes all over the country. We know what you are going through and how it will affect your family for years. We made mistakes after our son died, my husband and myself went into withdrawal for years, went through motions, but kind of left our other two children, a 17 year old son, who lost not only a brother but his best friend, and a 19 year old daughter, to their own devices. Please try hard to transcend your grief into the love that Paul's siblings need so much right now. Do not let them feel that only the son who died mattered, and they're not good enough for you to snap out of it, like we couldn't. I will be praying all day today for your family. Your son, who is gone physically, is still alive, risen and in the arms of the Lord. I ask that the Lord give all of your family strength and "the Peace that Passeth All Understanding". Much Love in Christ, Colleen Watt
Condolence: Dear Family, I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your dear loved one and send you my sincere condolences. May you find comfort from God's word at Revelation 21:3,4 and John 5:28,29. Heartfelt prayers are with you during this difficult time.
Condolence: Dear family,
I am so very sorry for the loss of your precious son and brother. Nothing brings more sorrow than the loss of a child. I am praying for your peace and comfort. Much love to you all.