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My brother

My brother lost his battle with cancer early this morning. He no longer suffers. My heart breaks and tears fall but I know someday we will be reunited. God bless each and everyone who prayed for him and us. You'll never know how much they helped us get through this.

Resting in His comfort,
Cecilia

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  1. Oh Cecilia - I have tears in my eyes - sending you virtual hugs my friend.............and may the sweetest of memories wrap themselves around you and keep you warm during this difficult time.............
    Much love,
    Suzan

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  2. I'm so sorry Cecilia. Your brother may rest in peace, now, no more pain.

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  3. My heart goes out to you and your family Cecilia. I'm so deeply sorry to hear of your loss.
    Hugs,
    Tuula

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  4. Suzan sent me over here. I am so so sorry to hear of your loss. I know your brother is dancing with the angels but it is here that we tread the boards of grief and loss. I am saying a prayer for you this morning and your family. I am signing up as your newest follower and will look forward to getting to know you better-
    Blessings- xo Diana

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  5. Cecilia I am so sorry for the loss of your brother. I am glad he no longer suffers, but I am sorry for your deep sadness. I wish you peace.

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  6. I am so sad for you. Wishing you and your family peace and comfort.

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  7. Another beautiful angel is resting in the loving arms of his Creator today. Thoughts of love and comfort are sent your way in this, your time of loss. All the best,
    Cherie in Gresham, Oregon.

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  8. Dear Cecilia, I came over from Suzan's blog. Although I am thankful that she has introduced us to another great blog, I am deeply saddened for the reason. My deepest sympathies to you and your family at this very difficult time. I pray that the most wonderful memories of your brother will comfort you now and on future days. I know the grief will last longer than you feel you can bear, but I hope you know that you are carried in our hearts, thoughts, and prayers. I am subscribing to your blog, and will wait patiently for you to feel up to sharing with us again. Blessings to you -- Patty Soriano, Castroville, Texas

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