Condolence: Claire and Dusty, my belated but most heartfelt sympathy is with you and all your loved ones in your loss of Doug. He was an extraordinarily wonderful man who was beloved by all who knew him. My prayers are with you.
Warmly, Mare Betterley
Condolence: Our deepest sympathy to you, Claire, Dusty and Cara. We were very fond of Doug and fondly remember his wonderful smile and gentle sense of humor. How you must miss him.
We wish you the comfort of memories and of family and friends.
Gary and Rosie
Condolence: So sorry to hear of Dr Hancock’s passing. Was honored to have had him as our eye doctor, one of the best. Just a wonderful man. He will be missed by so many.tried to make it to the service, but, icy roads forced us back. Our thoughts are with your family.
Condolence: Dear Claire, Dusty, Cara and Family,
Doug was a very special person, as you all know, and he will be missed. I feel fortunate to have known him. My sympathies to you all. My stormy weather driving skills are not what they once were, so I regret I will be unable to attend his service. Take care and cherish the wonderful memories of Doug.
Condolence: So sorry to learn of your Dad's passing, Dusty. Please accept our sincere condolences and know that we are thinking of you and your family. We are in Florida, otherwise we would be there for the service.
Condolence: I am so sorry to hear of your great loss. Recently, I lost
my dear mother, and found great comfort in the Holy Bible,
like at Isaiah 25 verse 8 - "The Sovereign Lord will
swallow up death forever, and wipe away the tears from
all faces." Also at Revelation 21 verse 4, we find God's
promise to remove both pain and death. I hope these verses
will give you a measure of comfort during your time of grief.
Condolence: Dusty, you have been such a blessing and support to so many who have come to you in such a time of sadness. We pray that you and your family will feel the love and kind wishes that I know so many people are sending you all right now.
Our condolences, Ellen and John Whalley