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December 15, 2010




holding you in the light.


In my prayers, dear friend.


(((QP))) So sorry. Praying. Love you!

Mark Winter

So sorry for the loss of your beloved. Praying for comfort from on high.


Continually lifting you up in prayer.

Rev. Walker King

I am sooo sorry, yet happy for Lynn that she did not have to linger if there was no good outcome for her.
Now she goes HOME, but you know that.
I know from your writings that you love her and she loves you. This is the hard part of that promise to love and cherish til death do us part.
No words will suffice or take the place of Lynn's presence, but, as you can see here, you have so many friends who hold you, Lynn, and your daughter in their hearts.
Mine breaks for you all.


In Life, In Death, In Life Beyond Death
God Is With Us.
We Are Not Alone.

God bless and hold you

Merriman-Swenson family

Lynn's smile, her graciousness, her loving kindness and her generosity will be missed. Her gentle words, her thoughtfulness, and her guidance will continue to lead us and live on in us.

Jane Ellen+


Prayers, for all of you.

Robert Pranzatelli

My condolences, prayers, love.


Just re-read one of your Advent reflections, Parson:

The hopes and fears
of all the years
are met in thee …

at the last our hopes and fears end in the arms of God.
Prayers for you all.


I'm so sorry for your loss.
Prayers for you & yours.


Peace be with you...


You are so right! And I can testify that the cornbread is wonderful! She will be missed by all who had the privilege of knowing her. I will miss her pleasant conversation, her good sense, her cooking(!), her stitching, her organization, her exactitude, her strong conviction of right(s) and wrong(s), her stained glass and cut fingers, her open love of her family, her strong sense of responsibility, her willingness to help those who could never return the gesture, her excellent technical abilities, her love of travel and adventure, her generous heart. She will be missed here, and rewarded there.
May our loving Father bless you and comfort you. Take your time; all you need. Then keep keeping-on.


The comfort of God's presence and peace be with you in the rawness of your grief and in all the days of sorrow and sadness yet before you. May you find support from many friends and family.
So very sorry that your wife has entered her larger life. ((O))


prayers from afar...

Wayne Cook

May God's peace be with you.


Rest eternal grand her, O Lord and light perpetual shine upon her.


Oh, I am so happy for Lynn, and so deeply sad for you. Wish I could do someting, but you are in my thoughts and prayers.


our prayers ...from here...


Into your hands O Lord we commend our sister Lynn- with tears and trusting hearts we give her into your merciful arms, into the joys of your's- and now her - heavenly home... God's peace

Curtis Grissett

Parson, This was the last message I wanted to read this morning. You, Lynn, and family are in my thoughts and prayers. I will be forever grateful for the Sunday I surprised you in Church. Your kindness was grand and Lynn's graciousness was outstanding. I thank God for both of you. Peace and God bless you. Peace, Curtis

James A. Garrison, Asheville, NC


I am so sorry. There are no words that fit right now, but I want you to know that you and your family continue in my prayers.

Grace and peace,

James A. Garrison

Tony Mitchell

There are no words that I can say or write that can take away the loss you are feeling right now. But know you are part of a family and that family is supporting you right now.

As others have said, our family lifts you and your family up in prayer.

In peace and with Christ,


Parson, I am so sorry for your loss. Praying for grace and peace for you and your family.

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