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The lighting of a Memorial Candle not only provides a gesture of sympathy and support to the immediate family during their time of need but also provides the gift of extending the Book of Memories for future generations.
We both have such good memories of Agnes - Ruth Ann, especially. They traveled together to present VBS seminars for Standard. Ruth had never driven and Agnes had her get her license snf drive from Cincinnati to Chicago! Enroute to a western destination Ruth was driving again and Agnes was reading (or, maybe even praying!). Ruth started to pass a cattle truck when Agnes exclaimed, "A yellow line!" Whereupon Ruth cut in and grazed a cattle truck! The driver was more concerned for them because she might have over-steered and gone down an embankment. Long story short: They were from Cincinnati, the station wagon was rented from Kentucky (or some reason), they were driving in Missouri and the truck driver was from yet another state! However, "all's well that ends well"! They survived and we all still wound up at Westwood-Cheviot and, when she married Harold everything came together. With our condolences we share with you the Joy of the Lord, which is our strength in times like this. We'll add Agnes to our welcoming committee when we all see the Lord together! Blessings, Shalom & Selah! - Ruth Ann & Bob Tyler