She Said–Postcards to the Pacific–Day Five–April 14, 2012

APRIL 14, 21012–DAY FIVE–THE FUNERAL

7:30  The alarm clock went off.  Everyone needed showers, so I needed to get started.  I also knew that everything needed ironing.

8:00  I woke up the first kiddo to start them showering, and started laying out outfits.

8:30  I think we ate breakfast about this time.

I can’t remember if we needed to be there at 10:30 or if we left at 10:30??  But I do remember climbing into the car and saying, “Well, I am not looking forward to this day”.–meaning it would be hard to say a final good-bye.  But the Hunni said, “I am.  I am looking forward to giving out the gospel message to 300 people–some who may not know CHRIST.”

This is The Hunni’s family.  He is one of seven kids.  Almost everyone is in this photo, one brother and his wife (Dave and Teresa) and one wife (Stephanie) were missing.  Ted and Jo and family are in the upper right on the back row.  Those are their daughters beside them.

Here are all the siblings after the funeral.  We all went back to Jo’s place to be together.

“Ted you are missed.  Thanks for all the fun you provided us in your life.  We all have a “Ted Story” because of your personality and generosity.  So from this Whit’s End Family, I am so thankful we can say, “Until we meet again.”

–rebecca

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4 Responses to She Said–Postcards to the Pacific–Day Five–April 14, 2012

  1. Kathy Tanner says:

    John’s message was so good.

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  2. Bel McCoy says:

    I agree with Kathy, and so thankful a young guy was saved that day there!!!!! A relative of Mary and Phil Leland.

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  3. Bel McCoy says:

    I’ve stolen both of the family pics for my computer….:-)

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