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A big thank you to our families, friends and neighbors for prayers, food, flowers and cards. The United Methodist Church ladies for the nice luncheon and to Bliss-Witters & Pike Funeral Home for the excellent service. Also, thank you to Courtland Rescue for your efforts.

 

The Family of Beverly Parker

 

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We want to thank our families, friends and neighbors for the many acts of kindness, flowers, memorials, cards and prayers. Thanks also to The Springs Church and Bliss-Witters & Pike Funeral Home for their kind servies.

 

“Love the people God sent you – one day He is going to need them back – and we know not how soon.”

 

The family of Bruce Eldred

 

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Thank you to our families, neighbors, and friends for the prayers, flowers and cards. The American Legion Post #287 for the luncheon and the Bliss-Witters & Pike funeral Home for their services.

The family of Bill Morris

 

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The family of Janet Riggle would like to acknowledge and extend a heartfelt thank you to Metron of Cedar Springs for the quality of care given our mother during her stay there, and for the compassion and many acts of kindness shown us by the staff at her passing. It meant so much to us.

 

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My sincere thanks to the Cedar Springs museum board for the honor they bestowed upon me at last week’s meeting.

It was a most touching moment when they unveiled a plaque with my name, that is to be hung in our library. A beautiful cake was served that topped off a memorable evening.

 

Betty L. Heiss

 

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The family of Justin Ryan Holloway would like to thank everyone for all the prayers, love, kindness and support given to us through the loss of our beloved Justin. Special thanks to Pastor Beasinger and the Pierson Bible Church, the American Legion #287 and Mary Goller-Kilts for the wonderful luncheon, and Kevin Pike of Bliss Witters & Pike Funeral Home.

With love,

The Robinson & Holloway families

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Thank you neighbors and friends who helped celebrate Ralph Wolfe’s heavenly homecoming. Thank you for standing by our sides, sharing Ralph’s memories, and feeding our bodies and souls. We were blessed by our friends and St. John Paul II Catholic Church, Father Lam Le, Father William Zink, East Nelson United Methodist Church, and Kevin Pike and his staff from Bliss-Witters & Pike Funeral Home. We are truly grateful for your support.

Blessings, The Ralph Wolfe Family

 

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To the Cedar Springs Community :

On April 26, 2014 our family home suffered a fire. We were very lucky, all of our family members (pets included) got out safely. We’d like to express heartfelt gratitude to the firemen and policemen who responded to our call, especially for getting it out quickly to avoid greater damage. We’d also like to give a big thank you to all the members of our community who have reached out in any way to our family during this time of crisis.

And a special thank you to Marsha Stephens, who’s generous gift came at a time we desperately needed it. Thank you and God bless.

Sincerely, 

Belinda & Mike Sanderson, Autumn Schovey, Alixan Spaulding, Alanna Miller, and Nate & Mac Minnema

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The family of Lyle “Rusty” Martin wishes to express our most heartfelt thank you to all who sent a card, made a call or gave a hug at this difficult time. A special thank you to Pike’s Funeral Home and the East Nelson UMW for the delicious meal.

 

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The family of Ronny R. Merlington wishes to express our most heartfelt thank you to all those who supported us through the difficult time surrounding his passing. We are so grateful for the family members, friends and colleagues from his professional and public service life that gave us strength.

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