Condolence: My deepest and sincerest sympathy to the family of Mrs. Ava Smith. I was so surprised when I checked the Website and saw her picture and her name. I am just so truly saddened to find out that she has passed away. I didn't want to believe it. I even called Sears to confirm that it was her. She was such a nice person. My husband and I had the pleasure of meeting her when she handled our purchase of some appliances from Sears where she worked about 3 years ago. She was very courteous and professional. The death of a loved one or anyone so dear is never easy to deal with. But take comfort from God's Word the Bible that you will see your loved one again in the grand resurrection (Acts 24:15). Jehovah is the "Father of tender mercies and the God of all comfort who comforts us in all our trials..." (2 Corinthians 1:3,4). Take comfort in God's promise that he will "wipe out every tear from (our) eyes and death will be no more..." (Revelation 21:4). Until then, be encouraged, and may Jehovah God give you the strength you need at this most difficult time.
Joan S. Dancy
Condolence: My dearest sympathy for the family and friends of Ms.Smith. When losing a loved one it’s very difficult and something that can take a lot out of a person. Just continue to stay strong and keep Jehovah at the center and he will comfort you 2Cor.1:3,4.