Condolence: My Condolences to the Hall family: Losing a loved one is never easy and my heart goes out to you. The pain is so real but the God of comfort helped me through that terrible pain when our daughter died and now when my precious husband of 50 years fell asleep in death due to pancreatic cancer. God doesn’t leave us without hope. Notice these few Scriptures of comfort: Revelation 21:4 (no more sadness or death) Isaiah 33:24 (no more sickness) John 5:28, 29 (the Resurrection) Psalms 37:11 (where we will see our loved one) Psalms 37:29 (for how long). When you feel up to reading these few Scriptures, may they be comforting to you as well.
Condolence: So sorry to hear about Joe whom I only knew over the last year. He had such a nice way of talking with every one he met as if each could be a new best friend. Modest and gentle, a lover of Cambridge and Boston, interested in each person's interests as well as relating his own experiences, both locally and far afield, whether talking about current events or days past. - Wig
Condolence: I had the pleasure of exchanging words with Joe only a few times starting this summer but was deeply impacted by him. His commitment to serving others not just as a job but as a duty shone through his enthusiasm and dedication. Everyone at the Harvard Information Center knew him and thought fondly of him. We will miss his magnanimous presence in his little booth, day in and day out. All the best to his family and his children during this time. Their loss is the world's as well.