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Sunday, 24 October 2010 14:32
Jesse, What a beautiful rendition of what happened during this ceremony. As you know, I was a member of the congregation. This is the first time I had ever attended a ceremony like this. Tara and I were so happy that you invited us. The ceremony was trully wonderful, and our Heavenly Father has certainly blessed Sister Marie Grace. Your view point has given me more insight as to what went on, as it was difficult to see all that transpired from where we sat. Tara and I were truly blessed just to be there. I was also impressed by your reading from 2nd Timothy. There was passion in your presentation, and I could tell there was love for what you were doing. Your message conveyed to one and all what this ceremony meant to you. This column just confirms it. I also wanted to thank you for being my friend. It has meant a lot to me, especially with our ties to the Navy and the Brotherhood of Navy Chief Petty Officers. I have enjoyed our conversations and the times we have gotten together with our wives. Our discussions on numerous topics have been delightful. Tara and I are very happy to call you both our friends. God Bless you. May He always keep you safe and give you the guidance necessary to continue this good work. Vivat Jesus, Gerry Garrison Auburn, WA Life is short. Forgive quickly. Kiss slowly. Love truly. Laugh uncontrollably, and never regret anything that made you smile.
 

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