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I’m back from vacation with some very sad news to share. My much loved father-in-law, Jack, died on Saturday. He’d been in the hospital since late in June and, while it was a bit of a roller coaster, we had every hope that he would come home to convalesce. That was not to be, however, and his loss is huge for my family.

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I think I’ve shared enough stories over the years that you know he meant the world to all of us. I’m feeling fragile and sad and as if all the oxygen has been removed from my world. I know this feeling will pass but for right now I’m allowing the grief to wash over me in whatever way it comes.

You’ve helped me through sad times before and I thank you in advance for your support and kindness as we navigate these uncharted waters without our family patriarch.

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  1. So very sorry for your loss, Carole. Praying for you and Dale and the rest of your family.

  2. Oh, I’m so sorry to hear this sad news. He was loved by so many and a hole is torn in the family tree. May you be surrounded by Gods love a that of your family and friends.

  3. I’m so very sorry for your family’s huge loss, and I hope that your loving memories will lift you and help you navigate your grief.

  4. Carole, I’m so sorry for your loss. My prayers are with you, Dale and your family.

    My sister wrote this poem years ago and I always find solace reading it. I hope you do to.

    On This Day of Days

    I stand in your sore doorway

    a solemn caller

    on this day of days.

    Pale faces on queue

    Shocked and impotent, we mourn.

    The loss is unfathomable

    the pain, absolute,

    on this day of days.

    Comfort is a cold cloth,

    A damp dressing for an abysmal wound.

    But then…the lovely, longing words:

    “I remember when,

    that day of days.”

    His story told in whispers,

    Weaving soft along the cortege.

    Bits of love like petals bloom,

    from a closed, sad bud.

    On this day of days.

    His life, alive within us,

    Breathes a million memories.

    Who once stood tall among us

    held fast inside each heart

    for days on days.

    He rides with every footstep

    Toward each eternity.

    Donna Vigiard

  5. Condolences. It feels sad, weird, lonely when one suddenly becomes the “oldest” generation.

  6. May your memories of Jack soothe your soul and bring you joy forever. My condolences to you and your entire family.

  7. I’m sorry to hear this sad news. Seems to be all around us. What a fortunate guy he was to have so much love around him.

  8. Oh Carole, I’m so sorry to hear this news. You alway wrote of him with great love and kindness and I’m sure he felt loved and cherished by all of you.

  9. I’m so very sorry for your loss. He seemed like quite the character and he will be so missed.

  10. Condolences to you and your family. I hope your happy memories of Jack will ease your sorrow.

  11. I am so sorry for your loss, Carole. May his memories surround you in the coming days. My thoughts are with all of you! XO

  12. I’m so very sorry, Carole. Sending my love to you and Dale and your whole family. May his memory be a blessing to all of you.

  13. So sorry to hear this news Carole. My condolences to you and your family. I loved seeing his big beautiful smile in your photos. His warmth and love of family leapt off the screen. May his memory be a blessing as you mourn his loss.

  14. Sad news indeed! You have certainly shared with us how lived he was and how many lives he has touched. I think you’re blessed with an abundance of good memories and fellow mourners to share them with. Perhaps some cream puffs in his honor? Wishing you and Dale joyful moments in your grief as you recall the good times and special moments with him.

  15. Oh Carole, I’m so sorry … Jack lived a big life and his memories will live on through generations. Sending love to you, Dale, and the whole family! xxoo.

  16. Carole,

    I’m so sorry about your loss. My thoughts are with you, Dale and the rest of the family.

  17. Sending you, Dale, your kids and grandkids, and the rest of Dale’s family much heartfelt sympathy. I know you all have many great memories to carry you through these dark days.

  18. Dear Carole and family, I am sorry for your loss. I enjoyed hearing the stories about him over the years. I will be thinking of you and praying for your family.

  19. I am so sorry for your loss. I know, from the stories you have shared here, that this will leave a big hole in your lives. I will carry your family in my heart as you find ways to hold Jack’s life with love.

  20. I’m so glad you had Jack in your life for so many years. What a gift that time was . . . and what a gift Jack was . . . to all of you AND to your community. I continue to hold you and Dale in my heart. Sending you all the healing juju as you move forward. XOXOXO

  21. No matter how many times we have grieved the loss of a friend or family member, we are never truly prepared for the passing of a generation. I shall keep Dale and you in my prayers.

  22. Carole. I am so very sorry for your loss. May your memories of time with Jack sustain you and carry you and your family forward.

  23. Dearest Carole, I am so sorry for this very large loss for your family and for all of us who knew him from Blogland. What an amazing life, an amazing family, and an amazing legacy he leaves. Big hugs to you, dear friend.

  24. Sending love and condolences to you and Dale and your family. We were lucky to know a little bit of Jack through your wonderful stories. May he rest in peace.

  25. Carole I am so sorry for the loss of your father-in-law. I keep deleting everything I type. There are no words that match the emotions loss brings. Healing vibes are being sent your way.

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