Condolence: My deep condolences to the Fulmer family,
The pain of losing a loved one is oh, so real. I truly understand because recently my husband fell asleep in death after 50 years of marriage. May you find some comfort in the Most High God’s word (Psalms 83:18) . Yes, He promises a time when we can see our loved ones again (Acts 24:15) in perfect health (Isaiah 33:24) and He says where: Psalms 37:11 and how long (Psalms 37:29). May you hold on to God’s promises.
May comfort & peace be with you.
Condolence: Uncle Vince had a humble way of making everyone feel they were very special. He made a point to pay attention to details about people’s lives and specifically compliment each of us on things that he was “impressed by.” It’s a trait I wish more people today had. Growing up I knew that he had been the best man in my grandparents wedding and that always seemed a fitting honor for him. Uncle Vince, I hope you know that I was always more impressed by you. Professional accolades aside, you were the model family man. From impeccably kept family trees to pepper burgers by the dozen you brought the Pineau family together, in a time when family is not always celebrated. You were the glue. I imagine Ma & Pa Pineau were the the most impressed of all & so incredibly proud to welcome you home & show off such a remarkable son in law. Rest now and enjoy the peace your faith and commitment to God & family has earned you. We love you.
Condolence: Auntie Alma and familly, Our love and prayers are with you all on the loss of Uncle Vince. He was an amazing man. He was more Pineau than most of the Pineau's. We will long remember him for his vast knowledge on every subject and his thirst for more was with him until the end. We will miss him and keep you all in our prayers.
We will have a Chinese beer in his honor.
Leo and Nancy