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Union, SC 29379-1156
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Jeremiah "Jug"
Union, SC (USA)
From Labor: August 11, 1953
To Reward: February 11, 2018
Ceremony: Fri, February 16, 2018 at 11:00 am
Jackie R. Johnson wrote:Tue, February 13, 2018
We are so sad about the loss of our loved one. We loved spending time with Jeremiah. He was special to Norman and I. God will keep us and comfort us during this sad time.
Etta Lautrelle Smith-Lipsey wrote:Tue, February 13, 2018
We express our sincere condolences at a time like this. I understand that even though Jeremiah experienced a rough time throughout his illness, He was acquainted with God and had a sincere relationship with Him. I will miss the smile He would always give me when I walked into his room and the expressions of kindness he shared with me. Only God knows how much He was cared for by all he was acquainted with. Earth has no sorrow that Heaven cannot heal!!.May all of the family gain strength in knowing that "Jug" is cradled in God's arms and is singing with the heavenly angels. May you fine solace in knowing that He is at rest and at peace with the Heavenly Father. I love all of you and my family expresses their sincere sympathy. Lautrelle Smith and Family
Arthur W Stevens wrote:Mon, February 12, 2018
I Am So sorry to hear of MR Johnson Death. no doubt all are Grieving and Grieving hearts need comfort, often we group for words to say. consider the words of Jesus When Mary and Martha said to Jesus: “If you had been here,” he did not apportion blame or take issue with what they said. His reassuring reply to Martha was: “Your brother will rise.” (John 11:23) With those few words, Jesus helped her to look ahead and kindly reminded her that there was hope. so to with your loss there is hope Jesus said at John 5:28,29 “The hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will . . . come out.” not only that he can remember but that he and his Son want to do so. Lazarus’ resurrection and that of others recorded in the Bible portend what will take place on a global scale in the new world.