Condolence: Mr. Williams (yes, even after all these years you remain, Mr. Williams), Mrs. Condon/Mrs. Williams was my home economics teacher in the late 70's. While I loved Mrs. Fisher, Diane was a wonderful addition to the home ec. classes. I remember teasing her saying, "Mr. Williams sure has been hanging around here a lot, I think he has the hots for you." She would blush and "Oh cut it out!" Imagine my joy when you married - I have always enjoyed being "right"! There was no doubt about her love and devotion to her sons. Her eyes always smiled when she spoke of them. I am so glad you shared so many years of happiness; she was a lovely individual. I feel privileged to have had her in my life and as a instructor. Please accept my sincere condolences. Until we all meet on that distant shore then, God bless and keep you, Lori Leathers Kerschner
Condolence: My sincerest condolences on Diane's passing. She was a good woman and teacher. I pray that the comfort of family and friends, many warm memories, and the solace and strength of God will lighten your burden.
Condolence: I’m very sorry for your loss, please accept my sincere condolences. Grief can be so hard especially the first year and though it may seem like death is the final state of things God’s word offers the hope of seeing those lost in death again during the promised resurrection. Christ spoke of this resurrection which means a standing back up, a restoration to life. At John 5:28,29 and John 6:40 he says in part “do not marvel at this there is going to be a resurrection...I will resurrect him on the last day”. So be assured you can be reunited with your loved one at a time when all things are made new. A time of true peace and security! You can read this at Psalms 37:10,11,29 and Revelation 21:4,5. There are many more heartwarming scriptures that give comfort and hope. For more please visit jw.org