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Peter, Pam, Cathy and Mark, you are in our thoughts and prayers as you say good-by to your mom. She and your dad have been our friends since 1964, and their place in our hearts is huge. My memories are flooding in as I attempt to write something of a trubute to our dearest friend. She well knew the true essence of the life well lived, and that was walking with God and sharing that joy with anyone who wished for a life like hers, joyful, giving, fruitful, satisfied, and full of love for everyone. When we left airforce life and moved to Michigan in a period of sadness and confusion, Audrey was there for me with her wonderful letters and phone calls. She was my life line at that time, and I know many can give similar stories. She was a friend that remained my precious friend and prayer partner until she joined Dave and her Savior on Wednesday. What joy to know that it is ..."to be continued"! Joan and Jim Brown
Jim and Joan Brown - Friday March 23, 2018 via Condolence Message
Audrey was a very special woman, full of the love and Spirit of God. She and Dave brought a wonderful depth of wisdom and spiritual maturity to our home group during the many years they attended. Her prayers and prophetic words impacted countless lives. A couple of months ago when I went to visit her she once again encouraged my heart with her love and joy and faith. She is a treasure who will be missed.
Curt and Anita Malizzi - Friday March 23, 2018 via Condolence Message
We have many wonderful memories of your mom throughout our many years as friends. I loved her wit and smile. She was such an encourager and inspiration to me of the most godly woman I've known. A true prayer warrior. I will miss our phone conversations and emails. Our thoughts and prayers are with you!
Tom & Evie Tursack - Friday March 23, 2018 via Condolence Message
I wish you peace and comfort during this time of sorrow. The Bible gives true hope of being reunited with your loved one. (John 5:28,29) The Bible promises that your loved one will come back to life in the resurrection to paradise on the earth. (Acts 24:15) Sincerely, S. Ellis
S. Ellis - Thursday March 22, 2018 via Condolence Message
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