I have just finished writing his obit. He died on Wednesday at around 7:30 pm., at home . As a family, we are standing together. We are sad at his leaving and not being with us.. But I realize and am so satisfied that he is now free from the constraints of a confused brain and crippled body due the ravages of Alhzeimer's. Now Daddy walks with God in His temple and can"behold the beauty of the Lord".
Thank you all, Tudiabetes friends, for your love and support.
God Bless You.
So sorry for ur loss Brunetta. We're always here for u please know that!
Brunetta, I am sorry to hear of the loss of your dad. But like you I rejoice that he has now went home and is free from the bondage that he had in this life. Praise God for in his house are many mansions. Sparky
You said it best, Brunetta. Your father is now free to dance in the light, without the burden of an ailing body and mind. I felt the same relief when my mother crossed over, two years ago. We are blessed to have people to grieve over when they're gone.
May your sorrow be soothed by the memories which you can have forever.
I will be thinking of you, dear sister.
Ah, Brunetta -- feel the collective arm of TuD's members wrapped around you and your family, and may your coming days remain filled with precious memories of your father.
Dear Brunetta, What a wonderful picture of you and your father. I am very sorry to hear of your loss. Please know that you are loved here on TuD, and my heart hurts for you and your family. Comfort knowing that your Father is at peace. Sending love your way. xo
So sorry for your loss.
Brunetta, I can't say any thing that's not already been said so I will just say that you and your family are in my prayers. I hope that the cherished memories of your father give you comfort.
Oh sweetie, I am so sorry and feel for you. I do know the comforting feelings that come with knowing he walks with the Lord. My mother didn't have diabetes, but she had PSP, Para Supranuclear Palsy. Kind of like a Parkinsons on steriods. Kills you real fast once you are diagnosed, in like 4 yrs. It was awfull seeing her quick decline. Glad all the family was able to be there with him. Some people just will not let go while family are there. My brother and I saw her one weekend, were going to go back (he worked out of state away from where his wife and the nursing home was, and I lived out of state) and she was ready to go. Within a few min. of my sister-in-law leaving she passed away. We all were relieved and happy for her though very sad at the same time if that is understandable. It will take a few months, but in time with your grieving it will hurt less and less
So sorry for your loss. Many, many supportive thoughts are with you.
THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!Tudiabetes members have, collectively and individually, wrapped their arms around me, with love and compassion: Your warm messages and words, your prayers and concerns for me and my family have been so important and uplifting to me. My father, Hugh Inman, will be funeralized here in Camilla,Ga on Saturday, April 21, 2012. He was a great community activist, ardent educator and role model; the world's best "Daddy" and "Grandaddy".:This is the link to the website carrying his obit>http://robertjestermortuary.comTake a look and you will understand how proud I am of him and how grateful to God that I had a father , a wonderful father to love, and who loved me, for so very long.
God Bless you all!!
So sorry for your loss Brunetta... my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Such beautiful tribute to a very accomplished man...
I am so sorry for your loss. No one can make up the loss , and no words really heal. Yes we do ( i did anyway) see passing as a way to end suffering, but that makes the loss just as real. I wish you and your family the best.