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Jason Carmichael
Jason Carmichael
Still praying for the Wildman family.

"In my Father's house are many mansions: if it were not so, I would have told you. I go to prepare a place for you.  And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again, and receive you unto myself; that where I am, there ye may be also."  John 14:2-3
Daniel Alvarez
Daniel Alvarez
I was just checking on her progress and was sad to read the most recent posts. Please be warmed by the fact that you are all loved by so many caring people. It is a long road ahead but remember to always see the brighter side of the day as hard as it will be. "In time this too shall pass".


The Alvarez family -Gahanna, Ohio
Robert Huneke
Robert Huneke
Dona, Tony, Jason & Dillon,

I wanted to take a moment and let you know that I still think about you daily. I know the life changes will be hard but I also know that Morgan is at peace.

Please keep in mind that if there is anything that I or your Resounding Harmony family can do all you need to do give me a call.

With Love

Robert Huneke
Linda Postma
Linda Postma
Thank you for sharing with us once again. It of course makes sense to close down Morgan's CaringBridge site soon, but I would be lying if I said I won't miss this contact with your wonderful family. You have all taught me so much through your journey. Morgan has taught me so much. These lessons will stay with me for as long as I live.

I knew I would meet Morgan one day. It's just that I always thought it would be in heaven. That day last December when we all just "happened" to be in the same spot in IKEA in Frisco, when I recognized Morgan only from her CaringBridge photos and called out to her and she turned around . . . that day was such a gift to me. It was the only time I have ever seen her in person, but how I thank the Lord that He allowed my husband, son, and I to meet her before she went on to be with Him! Meeting all of you that day was very precious to me. I have wondered why the Lord gave me such a blessing. I don't know why, but I thank Him so very much that He did.

I can only imagine the difficulty of your days. I pray that as you relive some of the worst moments of Morgan's pain, as you said that you do, that the Lord will comfort you with the reminder that the glory she is now experiencing has completely erased that pain from her! I know that is a blessing to realize. I know you don't cry for her, but for how very much all of you miss her. It must be unspeakably hard.

I just want to send you my love and let you know that my prayers will continue for you all. Thank you for sharing your journey with us. You and Morgan have touched me in a way I will never forget.

Your sister in Christ,
Courtney Sanders-Lemmons
Courtney Sanders-Lemmons
Hello Wildmans,

As you move through each day, know that your family remains on our hearts, minds, and in prayers. Your family has taught others, and myself, many things about staying faithful to God and relying on His care and strength to endure the journey before us. And your journey has been so much harder than any can imagine. I pray that God will continue to be with each of you all as you move towards a new normal in your days. 

Thank you for encouraging us to step up, out of our comfort zones, and strive to do what we can for others, to look for the blessings in each day,  
and to know that no matter what happens in this life that God has promised us an eternal life in Heaven.  

We love you guys and appreciate you sharing so much with us. You have all been a blessing in our lives. 

Hugs,
Courtney 
Linda Evans
Linda
Dear Tony & Donna, Dillon, and Jason,

Morgan's spirit was surely present during the beautiful service she wrote. It was good to be there with you, although sadly missing her. All of us at Resounding Harmony send love to your family, and will continue to sing for Morgan, our Life Member who lives on in our hearts.

On Friday evenings during my congregation's Shabbat services, I also include Morgan in my prayers when we honor the memory of all loved ones who have passed on. As well as the traditional Kaddish ("mourner's prayer" which praises G-d), our prayerbook includes poems and meditations for further reflection. A favorite is "We Remember Them" by Rabbi Sylvan Kamen & Rabbi Jack Riemer. The echo line can be adapted from "them" to "him/her" for an individual. So, this is for Morgan:

At the rising of the sun and at its going down,
We remember Morgan.

At the blowing of the wind and in the chill of winter,
We remember her.

At the opening of the buds and in the rebirth of spring,
We remember her.

At the blueness of the skies and in the warmth of summer,
We remember her.

At the rustling of the leaves and in the beauty of autumn,
We remember her.

At the beginning of the year and at its end,
We remember her.

When we are weary and in need of strength,
We remember Morgan.

When we are lost and sick at heart,
We remember her.

When we have joys and special celebrations we yearn to share,
We remember her.

When we have decisions that are difficult to make,
We remember her.

When we have achievements that are based on hers,
We remember her.

As long as we live, she too shall live,
For she is now a part of us,
As we remember Morgan.

* * *

I am certain that our departed Abramson and Evans family members have welcomed Morgan with open arms -- and are making sure she eats her fill of Heavenly food!

Wishing you comfort in remembering your kind, faithful, talented, beautiful daughter, and knowing how many lives Morgan has touched.

"May her memory be for a blessing."

With love,
Linda & Gary Evans
Jason Carmichael
Jason Carmichael
Still praying for the Wildman family.

"In my Father's house are many mansions: if it were not so, I would have told you. I go to prepare a place for you.  And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again, and receive you unto myself; that where I am, there ye may be also."  John 14:2-3
Linda Postma
Linda Postma
Thank you for sharing with us once again. It of course makes sense to close down Morgan's CaringBridge site soon, but I would be lying if I said I won't miss this contact with your wonderful family. You have all taught me so much through your journey. Morgan has taught me so much. These lessons will stay with me for as long as I live.

I knew I would meet Morgan one day. It's just that I always thought it would be in heaven. That day last December when we all just "happened" to be in the same spot in IKEA in Frisco, when I recognized Morgan only from her CaringBridge photos and called out to her and she turned around . . . that day was such a gift to me. It was the only time I have ever seen her in person, but how I thank the Lord that He allowed my husband, son, and I to meet her before she went on to be with Him! Meeting all of you that day was very precious to me. I have wondered why the Lord gave me such a blessing. I don't know why, but I thank Him so very much that He did.

I can only imagine the difficulty of your days. I pray that as you relive some of the worst moments of Morgan's pain, as you said that you do, that the Lord will comfort you with the reminder that the glory she is now experiencing has completely erased that pain from her! I know that is a blessing to realize. I know you don't cry for her, but for how very much all of you miss her. It must be unspeakably hard.

I just want to send you my love and let you know that my prayers will continue for you all. Thank you for sharing your journey with us. You and Morgan have touched me in a way I will never forget.

Your sister in Christ,
Daniel Alvarez
Daniel Alvarez
I was just checking on her progress and was sad to read the most recent posts. Please be warmed by the fact that you are all loved by so many caring people. It is a long road ahead but remember to always see the brighter side of the day as hard as it will be. "In time this too shall pass".


The Alvarez family -Gahanna, Ohio
Robert Huneke
Robert Huneke
Dona, Tony, Jason & Dillon,

I wanted to take a moment and let you know that I still think about you daily. I know the life changes will be hard but I also know that Morgan is at peace.

Please keep in mind that if there is anything that I or your Resounding Harmony family can do all you need to do give me a call.

With Love

Robert Huneke
Courtney Sanders-Lemmons
Courtney Sanders-Lemmons
Hello Wildmans,

As you move through each day, know that your family remains on our hearts, minds, and in prayers. Your family has taught others, and myself, many things about staying faithful to God and relying on His care and strength to endure the journey before us. And your journey has been so much harder than any can imagine. I pray that God will continue to be with each of you all as you move towards a new normal in your days. 

Thank you for encouraging us to step up, out of our comfort zones, and strive to do what we can for others, to look for the blessings in each day,  
and to know that no matter what happens in this life that God has promised us an eternal life in Heaven.  

We love you guys and appreciate you sharing so much with us. You have all been a blessing in our lives. 

Hugs,
Courtney 
Linda Evans
Linda
Dear Tony & Donna, Dillon, and Jason,

Morgan's spirit was surely present during the beautiful service she wrote. It was good to be there with you, although sadly missing her. All of us at Resounding Harmony send love to your family, and will continue to sing for Morgan, our Life Member who lives on in our hearts.

On Friday evenings during my congregation's Shabbat services, I also include Morgan in my prayers when we honor the memory of all loved ones who have passed on. As well as the traditional Kaddish ("mourner's prayer" which praises G-d), our prayerbook includes poems and meditations for further reflection. A favorite is "We Remember Them" by Rabbi Sylvan Kamen & Rabbi Jack Riemer. The echo line can be adapted from "them" to "him/her" for an individual. So, this is for Morgan:

At the rising of the sun and at its going down,
We remember Morgan.

At the blowing of the wind and in the chill of winter,
We remember her.

At the opening of the buds and in the rebirth of spring,
We remember her.

At the blueness of the skies and in the warmth of summer,
We remember her.

At the rustling of the leaves and in the beauty of autumn,
We remember her.

At the beginning of the year and at its end,
We remember her.

When we are weary and in need of strength,
We remember Morgan.

When we are lost and sick at heart,
We remember her.

When we have joys and special celebrations we yearn to share,
We remember her.

When we have decisions that are difficult to make,
We remember her.

When we have achievements that are based on hers,
We remember her.

As long as we live, she too shall live,
For she is now a part of us,
As we remember Morgan.

* * *

I am certain that our departed Abramson and Evans family members have welcomed Morgan with open arms -- and are making sure she eats her fill of Heavenly food!

Wishing you comfort in remembering your kind, faithful, talented, beautiful daughter, and knowing how many lives Morgan has touched.

"May her memory be for a blessing."

With love,
Linda & Gary Evans
Daniel Alvarez
Daniel Alvarez
I was just checking on her progress and was sad to read the most recent posts. Please be warmed by the fact that you are all loved by so many caring people. It is a long road ahead but remember to always see the brighter side of the day as hard as it will be. "In time this too shall pass".


The Alvarez family -Gahanna, Ohio
Linda Postma
Linda Postma
Thank you for sharing with us once again. It of course makes sense to close down Morgan's CaringBridge site soon, but I would be lying if I said I won't miss this contact with your wonderful family. You have all taught me so much through your journey. Morgan has taught me so much. These lessons will stay with me for as long as I live.

I knew I would meet Morgan one day. It's just that I always thought it would be in heaven. That day last December when we all just "happened" to be in the same spot in IKEA in Frisco, when I recognized Morgan only from her CaringBridge photos and called out to her and she turned around . . . that day was such a gift to me. It was the only time I have ever seen her in person, but how I thank the Lord that He allowed my husband, son, and I to meet her before she went on to be with Him! Meeting all of you that day was very precious to me. I have wondered why the Lord gave me such a blessing. I don't know why, but I thank Him so very much that He did.

I can only imagine the difficulty of your days. I pray that as you relive some of the worst moments of Morgan's pain, as you said that you do, that the Lord will comfort you with the reminder that the glory she is now experiencing has completely erased that pain from her! I know that is a blessing to realize. I know you don't cry for her, but for how very much all of you miss her. It must be unspeakably hard.

I just want to send you my love and let you know that my prayers will continue for you all. Thank you for sharing your journey with us. You and Morgan have touched me in a way I will never forget.

Your sister in Christ,
Courtney Sanders-Lemmons
Courtney Sanders-Lemmons
Hello Wildmans,

As you move through each day, know that your family remains on our hearts, minds, and in prayers. Your family has taught others, and myself, many things about staying faithful to God and relying on His care and strength to endure the journey before us. And your journey has been so much harder than any can imagine. I pray that God will continue to be with each of you all as you move towards a new normal in your days. 

Thank you for encouraging us to step up, out of our comfort zones, and strive to do what we can for others, to look for the blessings in each day,  
and to know that no matter what happens in this life that God has promised us an eternal life in Heaven.  

We love you guys and appreciate you sharing so much with us. You have all been a blessing in our lives. 

Hugs,
Courtney 
Jason Carmichael
Jason Carmichael
Still praying for the Wildman family.

"In my Father's house are many mansions: if it were not so, I would have told you. I go to prepare a place for you.  And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again, and receive you unto myself; that where I am, there ye may be also."  John 14:2-3
Robert Huneke
Robert Huneke
Dona, Tony, Jason & Dillon,

I wanted to take a moment and let you know that I still think about you daily. I know the life changes will be hard but I also know that Morgan is at peace.

Please keep in mind that if there is anything that I or your Resounding Harmony family can do all you need to do give me a call.

With Love

Robert Huneke
Linda Evans
Linda
Dear Tony & Donna, Dillon, and Jason,

Morgan's spirit was surely present during the beautiful service she wrote. It was good to be there with you, although sadly missing her. All of us at Resounding Harmony send love to your family, and will continue to sing for Morgan, our Life Member who lives on in our hearts.

On Friday evenings during my congregation's Shabbat services, I also include Morgan in my prayers when we honor the memory of all loved ones who have passed on. As well as the traditional Kaddish ("mourner's prayer" which praises G-d), our prayerbook includes poems and meditations for further reflection. A favorite is "We Remember Them" by Rabbi Sylvan Kamen & Rabbi Jack Riemer. The echo line can be adapted from "them" to "him/her" for an individual. So, this is for Morgan:

At the rising of the sun and at its going down,
We remember Morgan.

At the blowing of the wind and in the chill of winter,
We remember her.

At the opening of the buds and in the rebirth of spring,
We remember her.

At the blueness of the skies and in the warmth of summer,
We remember her.

At the rustling of the leaves and in the beauty of autumn,
We remember her.

At the beginning of the year and at its end,
We remember her.

When we are weary and in need of strength,
We remember Morgan.

When we are lost and sick at heart,
We remember her.

When we have joys and special celebrations we yearn to share,
We remember her.

When we have decisions that are difficult to make,
We remember her.

When we have achievements that are based on hers,
We remember her.

As long as we live, she too shall live,
For she is now a part of us,
As we remember Morgan.

* * *

I am certain that our departed Abramson and Evans family members have welcomed Morgan with open arms -- and are making sure she eats her fill of Heavenly food!

Wishing you comfort in remembering your kind, faithful, talented, beautiful daughter, and knowing how many lives Morgan has touched.

"May her memory be for a blessing."

With love,
Linda & Gary Evans