Condolence: I am grieved to read of your loss. It has been many years since I was a customer (1990). Your Adam was so young then. Mine wasn't that much older. My home was lost in a fire over 12 years ago but is still not forgotten. Even though we have not kept up our friendship, your Adam has not ben and will not be forgotten. Your family is in my prayers and will be for a very long time...
Condolence: May God comfort each of the family members as you walk through this valley of the shadow of death. We did not know your Adam, but we’ve had difficult times like you’re going through right now. My wife and I lost have lost two sons and we cherish their memory just as you do of Adam. It’s heartbreaking to lose a son, brother, grandson. We are of the Christian faith and as we dealt with our pain we came to understand that God is still sovereign.
We’ve found that each person in the families has to grieve in their own way and own time, so we encourage each of you to be aware and allow that in the coming weeks. And also you may not think so in the next few weeks, but as time passes you will be able to think more on the good times that you had together and less about losing Adam.
It is always good to hear people remember and name the one you’ve lost. Adam will not be forgotten by friends and I hope they’ll share their memories of him with you.
Condolence: Dear Morris Family,
I am so sorry to hear of Adam's passing. Words will not change the pain you are feeling. May God give you peace and comfort in the days to come. You are in my thoughts and prayers.