Dear Hamman Family,
I am so sorry to learn of your loss. Josh was
a good friend of my son, James, and I recall what great times they had together. In fact, I recall James saying many
times how much he admired Josh's many talents. I hope that these reflections may offer you some comfort during this
difficult time. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
Dear Bonnie, Mike and Jennifer,
is so saddened to learn of Josh's passing. He was like a part of our family when he and Nathan were kids. Josh was a bright,
artistic young man, and I was always impressed by his wonderful manners and respect for others.
Our prayers for comfort
and peace are with you.
So very sorry to hear of your loss and to let you and
your family know we are thinking of you. We are your old neighbors from Indiana Road near Landisburg where we knew your
grandparents, Nels and Nancy.
God be with you all.
John and Linda (Holley) Wiles
We really liked Josh. He was a polite and likeable
young man. You are in our prayers. May God give you strength at this time.
Bernie and Carol Smith
I graduated with Josh in 2002 and was saddened to hear
of your loss.
My thoughts and prayers are with your family.
It's hard to find the right words when something this
sad happens. Josh was a good kid, kind, funny, and he will be missed. Good times were had when he was around.
Bonita & Mike-
We are so sorry to hear about
Josh. You are certainly in our thoughts and our prayers are with you.
Karen & Terry Gramm
I worked with your son and he was a very down to
earth person and my prayers are with you and your family.
I was saddened to read of Josh's passing. I remember
a bright, artistic fourth grader sitting in my classroom. He had a wonderful sense of humor and a respect for learning.
My thoughts are with you at this time.
Michael and Bonita:
Although I did not know Joshua personally, I remember
you speaking highly of him as a child, seeing him ride his bike and just being a boy full of energy. Reflect on the
When a child dies, it is particularly hard for the mother. The Bible acknowledges the bitter grief that
a mother can feel. (2 Kings 4:27) Of course, it is also difficult for the bereaved father as well. O that I might have died,
I myself, instead of you, lamented King David when his son Absalom died.2 Samuel 18:33.
Have confidence in the resurrection
The hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out (John 5:28, 29) and your sorrow
will not be unrelenting. The Bible promises that he himself will sustain you.Psalm 55:22.
So very sorry for
your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Susie and Frank Tomasic & kids
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