I'm so sorry for your family's loss. The following link will take you to a tract entitled " Can the dead really live again?" It has brought comfort to many & I hope it will do the same for you. https://www.jw.org/en/publications/books/dead-live-again-tract/dead-live-again/
Dear Brown family,
One of my fondest memories is way back when I was very young and Verda and Howard came to the Sunday afternoon "singings" at the Free Will Baptist Church.
Then seeing them again at ACOG in later years .....My heart leaped when I would see them in church.
Though I didn't get to see her often, Verda was a treasured lady to all. Her smile would light up the room and I missed her when she was no longer able to attend.
She's just one of those special people you never forget, no matter how long it's been , and I will never forget her!
God bless her as she enters in to her great reward.
Bless you, Tina, for your devoted care to her, and all others who helped her be comfortable.
Lord, I know you have a special spot in Heaven for Verda... along with her dear husband, Howard, also a very beloved man.
To the family of Verda Lou,
I am so sorry for your loss. I always felt close to Verna all these years even though we were not able to be together very often. When we did meet up it was like we just picked up where we left off the last time we saw each other. We always had lots of good memories to catch up on. Verna is going to be missed by a lot of people, especially me. I didn't know Howard's boys too well but Tina and Terry were like my own when they were little. If there's ever anything I can do for either of you just call me. You will be in my prayers and may the mantle of God's peace and love lay softly around your shoulders during this difficult time. I love you.
My heart breaks at the loss of such a sweet sweet soul. Praying love and comfort, Tina. QE
I know Aunt Verna is at peace with her heavenly family now! She will be missed by everyone who knew her. She had a laugh that you could only enjoy and always remember ... and a love of family especially for Tina and Terry whom she lived for. She was one of the strongest women I have ever known. 'May you Rest In Peace Aunt Verna and know that I love you and each day that I live is one day closer to being with you and my family once again' ...
Carolyn Irwin Burns