Condolence: I am saddened to hear of your family’s loss. I was a child with the Pine kids, our parents were friends, and I loved every minute of it!
My condolences, much love to you all..... Debbie Frey-Reuss (daughter of Frank and Ann Frey)
So sorry that you all lost your brother and father. I'd like to share something I came across in September that applies to us all as we get older. "The day you die is better than the day you are born." Eccles. 7:1. Now there is a twist. Heaven enjoys a maternity-ward reaction to funerals. ... While we're driving hearses and wearing black, they're hanging pink and blue streamers and passing out cigars. We don't grieve when babies enter the world. The hosts of heaven don't weep when we leave it. This is so true for believers such as Ben, and good for us all to remember. Take care all of you. E.
Condolence: Ben and I used to practice martial arts together. Once we were trying to fix a piece of leather gear we had split. I said “grab that awl and poke some holes while I look for some cord.” When I got back his finger was bleeding and he said “this tool should be called a yow instead, because that’s what you yell when you use it.” We had a laugh about it. The moment stuck. To this day I call an awl a yow. I have to tell the story to those not knowing the revised name for the tool. Move well, Ben, I miss your side kick and the chats we had about life.
Condolence: So very sorry to hear about Ben. He was such a nice guy and always went out of his way to say hello. We have a lot of great memories from years at the church and with The Kings Crusaders. Prayers for his family.
Condolence: So very sorry for your loss. Ben was a good man in every respect. His knowledge of Scripture and his ministry demonstrated his faithfulness to The Lord. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.