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Expression of Sympathy
January 3, 2022 4:08 AM

A SENTIMENTAL THOUGHTS was sent on January 3, 2022

From your sister Elizabeth Asije in Sabongidda Ora Nigeria, your nieces and nephews. Rest well in the bosom of the Lord until we meet again. You will be forever missed. We love you.

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Barbara Reynolds
January 2, 2022 3:38 PM
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Barbara Reynolds
January 2, 2022 3:33 PM
So very, very sorry to hear about this too late to attend the services. Not only was he a work partner but a very dear friend. We loved and tended to many of the same children for many years. I will miss him and had noticed his absence at meetings about "our kids". I echo, "Well done good and faithful servant."
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Coach Hayes 'OJA Family"
January 2, 2022 1:15 PM
Dear Family! I know there aren't any words that can or will comfort you at a devastating time like this in the passing of your Dear and Wonderful Husband and Father! The Love and Caring I saw him show you guys daily as you guys were growing up, I'll always remember! He totally delighted in all of you! It's my prayers that God will and God did connect us all soon in the peaceful and assured promises we all will be together and there won't be no more sickness or dying!

Mom! As you already know! A great Husband, Friend and Father to your wonderful children he is! I say is for I know who is God is! God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob!

We Love You All miss your Kindness and Friendship! And share in your grieve and sorrow! But look to that day when we all will be translated in a blinking of an eye! He (Jesus) will do it!!

Love,
Hayes Family
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Becky Reitzel
January 1, 2022 6:09 PM
Condolences to Mr. Emmanuel's family. Mr. Emmanuel was a wonderful counselor to the students in the Parramore/Holden Heights neighborhoods. His mission was to help those at Grand Avenue PLC and at OCPS Academic Center For Excellence. Well done, good and faithful servant. He will be missed by many staff, students and families.
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