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Lucia Howorth
Love, Lucia
Dearest Paula,

Tommy and I want to send our love and prayers.  We feel as if we have known Lee this whole time and are grateful that he is with Jesus.  We love you and send our love and hugs via Terry.  We will be in Vermont when you  come to Fort Worth.  We were in hopes to be here but isn't meant to be.  Just know you are loved.  Blessings each day- 
Sky Ferguson
Sky Rector Ferguson
Paula,

I found out about Lee fairly recently and took quite a bit of time reading this site - I did not know him well back in Fort Worth but I now at least I know a little of what an incredible man he was and what a force for the Kingdom he was also. So many people love him and are indebted to him. I cannot imagine your sorrow over losing him for now. I trust that the nearness of our compassionate Savior is helping you every moment. You were such a dear, sweet, fun, true friend in high school. I will be praying for you.
Karen Willcutts
Karen Willcutts
Wow! I am blown away by Lee's final message. That he would faithfully maintain a relationship for so many years with a person he met doing while doing volunteer work as a teenager is inspiring and convicting. That he would think of a way to help that person in the midst of all the pain and sorrow associated with preparing for his own death is doubly inspiring and convicting. That he would do these things is not, however, surprising, because it is consistent with the way Lee lived his life.
Karen
Randy Singer
Randy Singer
Paula:

My thoughts and prayers are with you. I loved Lee and miss him so much. I came across this quote from Victor Hugo and thought it might bless you:

"I feel within me that future life. The nearer my approach to the end, the plainer is the sound of immortal symphonies of worlds which invite me. For half a century I have been translating my thoughts into prose and verse: history, philosophy, drama, romance, tradition, satire, ode, and song; all of these I have tried. But I feel I haven't given utterance to the thousandth part of what lies within me. When I go to the grave I can say, as others have said, "My day's work is done." But I cannot say, "My life is done." My work will recommence the next morning. The tomb is not a blind alley; it is a thoroughfare. It closes upon the twilight, but opens upon the dawn."

May God's grace and peace fill you.

Randy
Ruth Taylor
Ruth Taylor
Dear Paula,
When Lee told me about his cancer in November, I began making him a part of my 6-year-old’s bedtime prayers. When I told her yesterday that the Lord had taken him home, she smiled and asked what he looked like. I replied by reminding her of the photo I showed her on the computer. She said, “I know, but what does he look like NOW?” All I could tell her is that he is in a state of perfection with a new body that doesn’t hurt anymore. She expressed her happiness that Lee is in Heaven now. In sadness, these are also my sentiments. We extend our thoughts and prayers to all of you.
In Christ,
Kathryn Helmers
Kathryn Helmers
Dear Paula,

I will never forget how you smiled at Lee that night at the Christy's with absolutely self-emptying love as you encouraged him with the prospect of his mom on the edge of her seat in heaven, waiting to embrace him.

Now that he is in the arms of Jesus, I pray that loved ones will become the arms of Jesus for you, and for the kids as well, here and now.

Love,
Kathy

P.S. Baseball gloves and kayaks await you here in Nashville.
Randy Singer
Randy Singer
Paula:

My thoughts and prayers are with you. I loved Lee and miss him so much. I came across this quote from Victor Hugo and thought it might bless you:

"I feel within me that future life. The nearer my approach to the end, the plainer is the sound of immortal symphonies of worlds which invite me. For half a century I have been translating my thoughts into prose and verse: history, philosophy, drama, romance, tradition, satire, ode, and song; all of these I have tried. But I feel I haven't given utterance to the thousandth part of what lies within me. When I go to the grave I can say, as others have said, "My day's work is done." But I cannot say, "My life is done." My work will recommence the next morning. The tomb is not a blind alley; it is a thoroughfare. It closes upon the twilight, but opens upon the dawn."

May God's grace and peace fill you.

Randy
Kathryn Helmers
Kathryn Helmers
Dear Paula,

I will never forget how you smiled at Lee that night at the Christy's with absolutely self-emptying love as you encouraged him with the prospect of his mom on the edge of her seat in heaven, waiting to embrace him.

Now that he is in the arms of Jesus, I pray that loved ones will become the arms of Jesus for you, and for the kids as well, here and now.

Love,
Kathy

P.S. Baseball gloves and kayaks await you here in Nashville.
Lucia Howorth
Love, Lucia
Dearest Paula,

Tommy and I want to send our love and prayers.  We feel as if we have known Lee this whole time and are grateful that he is with Jesus.  We love you and send our love and hugs via Terry.  We will be in Vermont when you  come to Fort Worth.  We were in hopes to be here but isn't meant to be.  Just know you are loved.  Blessings each day- 
Sky Ferguson
Sky Rector Ferguson
Paula,

I found out about Lee fairly recently and took quite a bit of time reading this site - I did not know him well back in Fort Worth but I now at least I know a little of what an incredible man he was and what a force for the Kingdom he was also. So many people love him and are indebted to him. I cannot imagine your sorrow over losing him for now. I trust that the nearness of our compassionate Savior is helping you every moment. You were such a dear, sweet, fun, true friend in high school. I will be praying for you.
Karen Willcutts
Karen Willcutts
Wow! I am blown away by Lee's final message. That he would faithfully maintain a relationship for so many years with a person he met doing while doing volunteer work as a teenager is inspiring and convicting. That he would think of a way to help that person in the midst of all the pain and sorrow associated with preparing for his own death is doubly inspiring and convicting. That he would do these things is not, however, surprising, because it is consistent with the way Lee lived his life.
Karen
Ruth Taylor
Ruth Taylor
Dear Paula,
When Lee told me about his cancer in November, I began making him a part of my 6-year-old’s bedtime prayers. When I told her yesterday that the Lord had taken him home, she smiled and asked what he looked like. I replied by reminding her of the photo I showed her on the computer. She said, “I know, but what does he look like NOW?” All I could tell her is that he is in a state of perfection with a new body that doesn’t hurt anymore. She expressed her happiness that Lee is in Heaven now. In sadness, these are also my sentiments. We extend our thoughts and prayers to all of you.
In Christ,
Lucia Howorth
Love, Lucia
Dearest Paula,

Tommy and I want to send our love and prayers.  We feel as if we have known Lee this whole time and are grateful that he is with Jesus.  We love you and send our love and hugs via Terry.  We will be in Vermont when you  come to Fort Worth.  We were in hopes to be here but isn't meant to be.  Just know you are loved.  Blessings each day- 
Karen Willcutts
Karen Willcutts
Wow! I am blown away by Lee's final message. That he would faithfully maintain a relationship for so many years with a person he met doing while doing volunteer work as a teenager is inspiring and convicting. That he would think of a way to help that person in the midst of all the pain and sorrow associated with preparing for his own death is doubly inspiring and convicting. That he would do these things is not, however, surprising, because it is consistent with the way Lee lived his life.
Karen
Ruth Taylor
Ruth Taylor
Dear Paula,
When Lee told me about his cancer in November, I began making him a part of my 6-year-old’s bedtime prayers. When I told her yesterday that the Lord had taken him home, she smiled and asked what he looked like. I replied by reminding her of the photo I showed her on the computer. She said, “I know, but what does he look like NOW?” All I could tell her is that he is in a state of perfection with a new body that doesn’t hurt anymore. She expressed her happiness that Lee is in Heaven now. In sadness, these are also my sentiments. We extend our thoughts and prayers to all of you.
In Christ,
Sky Ferguson
Sky Rector Ferguson
Paula,

I found out about Lee fairly recently and took quite a bit of time reading this site - I did not know him well back in Fort Worth but I now at least I know a little of what an incredible man he was and what a force for the Kingdom he was also. So many people love him and are indebted to him. I cannot imagine your sorrow over losing him for now. I trust that the nearness of our compassionate Savior is helping you every moment. You were such a dear, sweet, fun, true friend in high school. I will be praying for you.
Randy Singer
Randy Singer
Paula:

My thoughts and prayers are with you. I loved Lee and miss him so much. I came across this quote from Victor Hugo and thought it might bless you:

"I feel within me that future life. The nearer my approach to the end, the plainer is the sound of immortal symphonies of worlds which invite me. For half a century I have been translating my thoughts into prose and verse: history, philosophy, drama, romance, tradition, satire, ode, and song; all of these I have tried. But I feel I haven't given utterance to the thousandth part of what lies within me. When I go to the grave I can say, as others have said, "My day's work is done." But I cannot say, "My life is done." My work will recommence the next morning. The tomb is not a blind alley; it is a thoroughfare. It closes upon the twilight, but opens upon the dawn."

May God's grace and peace fill you.

Randy
Kathryn Helmers
Kathryn Helmers
Dear Paula,

I will never forget how you smiled at Lee that night at the Christy's with absolutely self-emptying love as you encouraged him with the prospect of his mom on the edge of her seat in heaven, waiting to embrace him.

Now that he is in the arms of Jesus, I pray that loved ones will become the arms of Jesus for you, and for the kids as well, here and now.

Love,
Kathy

P.S. Baseball gloves and kayaks await you here in Nashville.