Condolence: I was very sad to hear this. I loved working with Doug and missed him greatly when he retired. He smile always made my day. It is a sad time for use but for Doug, all pain is gone now and we'll see him again sooner then we realized.
Condolence From: Gary and Dixi Robertson, Moncton, N. B.
Condolence: All Creation That Believes in God and His Son, Rejoice
To all Family and Friends of Doug
The experience of losing a loved one is very hard. We all have, or will, at some time experience the longing to see a loving friend or family member that has passed on.
We all long to see a loved one’s face, and watch them smile or laugh, or just talk to us for a little while, to hear their voice just one more time. We know, because of Doug’s faith and belief in our Saviour, that day will come.
The family of God, who have passed, together with all of God’s glorious creation rejoice while receiving another loving child of God.
John 1:12 “But to all who did receive Him, who believed in His name, he gave the right to become children of God,”
We are saddened, so saddened, by Doug’s passing, we feel hurt and pain, but we also feel, in our hearts, great comfort knowing that Doug is home and with our Creator.
Condolence: Dear Ginette, Lisa, Jamie and family. I am so sorry for your loss. I pray God wraps you in his love, peace and comfort. We don't mourne like those who have no hope for we know that we will all be together soon! What a reunion!!
I remember when Doug got saved..how we rejoiced at the news as he was a tough nut to crack but God has his sweet gentle ways of drawing us to himself. Words seem so insignificant at a time like this but know you are all loved and carried in prayer! Hugs!! 💕