This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, John Knowles, 91 years old, born on January 7, 1930, and passed away on February 5, 2021.

Saturday, February 13, 2021 @ 3:00 p.m. EST
You may watch a replay of the memorial service on YouTube at this address:
Our Sincere Gratitude!
The family of John Knowles would like to express their deep appreciation
for all the support and love shown us during this time.
The prayers, words of comfort, and so much more, strengthened and encouraged us.
Jehovah, the God of all real comfort, teaches us to be concerned,
to “speak consolingly to those who are depressed,” 
and “to comfort all who mourn.” (1 Thessalonians 5:14; Isaiah 61:1, 2)
Thank you for imitating him.
Posted by sian kong on February 16, 2021
To the Knowles family:
I am very sorry for your loss. During your grieving process please take comfort in the resurrection hope, rely on Jehovah and one day soon we'll be asking : "death, where is your victory? Death where is your sting?"
You are in my heart and prayers.
Psalm 34:18
Posted by Roshanne Eyma on February 15, 2021
Our deepest sympathies on your loss. May Jehovah continue to comfort you until we can welcome back all our loved ones in His new world. (2 Cor. 1: 3, 4)

Warm Christian love,

Ritchie and Roshanne Eyma and family
Posted by Melanie Payne on February 14, 2021
Deepest sympathy and condolences to the family of Pa Knowles.
Posted by Ruebin McCoy on February 14, 2021
Our sincere condolences to you and your family at this time may Jehovah continue to give you the comfort that you need at this time. ❤
Ruebin and Melinda McCoy
Posted by Galton Milander on February 14, 2021
Dear Knowles family,

Our condolences to you for the passing of your father.

There will never be another man like him. Your father was always there for my family and I growing up. He was so giving and thoughtful. He will live on in our heart forever.

Your dad was a wise man, but at the same time, he had a great sense of humor. He will be missed greatly and remembered often. 

Our hope in the future John 5:28,29 and Revelation 21:3,4 gives us comfort. May Jehovah strengthen all of you continually.

Milander Family
Posted by Phineas Bazile on February 13, 2021
Our heartfelt condolences to you during this time of sorrow. You're in our thoughts and prayers. May Jehovah the God of comfort brings you comfort during these distressing times.
Posted by Roselda Bowe on February 13, 2021
Dear, Friends as we think of you we are reminded of the words of one of our songs" God has promised to mankind a new heaven and new earth, in these righteousness will dwell for this we are all yearning, in Jehovah we do trust, on him we must wait" and might I add Just around the corner; may Jehovah strengthen all of you continually Rosy and Family
Posted by Judy Bossert on February 13, 2021
My heartfelt condolences to the family of John C. Knowles, affectionately known as “Pa.” The Memorial Service for our brother was so encouraging! The speaker’s expressions of Brother Knowles’ faith in Jehovah was faith strengthening to hear, along with his desire to always be supportive of the friends whenever he could and as often as he could. I did not know Brother Knowles personally, but I wanted to extend my support for the Knowles family, as one of his sons, Brother Geno Knowles along with his wife, Kaylinda, was my circuit overseer here in California Circuit 21, 2016-2018. I now feel like I know “Pa” and I look forward to officially meeting him and welcoming him back to the best life ever which we will see the full reality in Jehovah’s new system of things very soon to come.
Posted by Louis Brenda Lacy on February 13, 2021
Dear Geno and Kaylinda,

We felt especially blessed to be able to learn about your dear father and the depth of his love for Jehovah. To be in the house of mourning and be able to still have time to add to our own spirituality by learning from his example and imitate his beautiful qualities is a spiritual gift.

You and Kaylinda have added so much joy, kindness and spiritual direction to our life and to tens of thousands more. We feel grateful to give back to you through our prayers and support. We dearly love you and will do our best to be among the thousands, at your dear father's welcome back party.

Even though like Job 16:16 16 says "My face is red from weeping,+
And on my eyelids is deep shadow,*" Jehovah promises to comfort and guide you, Psalms 18:28 "For it is you who light my lamp, O Jehovah,
My God who lights up my darkness."

You remain in our hearts and prayers.

Louis & Brenda Lacy
Posted by Vani Majano on February 13, 2021
Knowles family

We are sorry for your loss. May Jehovah bring you comfort now and throughout the days to come. ~ Daryl & Vanissia
Posted by Frederick Lord on February 13, 2021
My memory of Dear Pa goes back to
approximately 1963, when during a break
in Field service I accompanied Harold and Gladys Blanchard on a visit to Knowles family. It was typically a refreshing visit to a family who obviously appreciated the truth. It made no difference to me that he was not yet a baptized witness. He was just as kind and accommodating as any witness I had known up to that time.
When he became a baptized witness it was simply a matter of acting on a course that he was evidently contemplating for a long time.
We loved and appreciated Pa John and join all you Dear friends in cherishing his Faithful example. May Jehovah comfort us all until such time as we are united with all who have been temporarily separated by our last enemy.
What a joy it will be to be on hand during the resurrection of both "the righteous and the unrighteous."
Let us all remain faithful in our devotion to Jehovah in anticipation of that joyous
Warm love and affection to all you Dear Ones.❤❤❤
Fred and Gloria Lord
Posted by Antoinette Knowles on February 13, 2021
Pa , his love and thoughtfulness will Long be remembered and appreciated.
May Jehovah continue to comfort and support the Knowles family and help you to cope with the pain and sorrow that death brings.
Love Daphne Ferguson.
Posted by Ana Green on February 13, 2021
I remember how warm and generous both Pa Knowles and Mama Louie were. Their home was always open for visits without advance notice. They loved the outdoors so many visits were outside enjoying the cool breeze and Pa’s life stories and multiple experiences. Pa had a wonderful sense of humor, very helpful, encouraging and with many words of wisdom.
I look forward to spending time with Pa Knowles again out doors under his wine and fig trees. May his family continue to find comfort in all of Jehovah’s promises and the day of his resurrection just ahead under God’s kingdom rule.
My family and I convey our warm love and heartfelt condolences to Pa Knowles family and friends near and far.
Posted by Angie JC on February 13, 2021
My dear cousins and family, I hope that all the great memories that you were able to have with Uncle John brings you comfort. My heartfelt condolences to you during this time of sorrow. You're in my thoughts and prayers and I'm here for whatever you need. The loss of someone dear to us as he was, is never easy.

Angela 'Angie' Knowles & Family
Posted by Kennedi Mallory on February 13, 2021
My thoughts and prayers are with the whole Knowles family at this time. Sending lots of love, hugs and prayers. Jehovah will keep us strengthened until we can all see our loved ones again soon. (Hosea 13:14)
Posted by Diane Cronin on February 13, 2021
Your spiritual Brothers and Sisters pray for strength and comfort for your entire family and the Friends that knew and loved Brother Knowles. It will be just a little while longer and Jehovah will joyfully reunite you all.

2 Corinthians 1:3, 4 Praised be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of tender mercies and the God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our trials so that we may be able to comfort others in any sort of trial with the with the comfort that we receive from God.
Posted by Tanya Swann on February 13, 2021
Our deepest sympathy to the Knowles family. Your Dad and Mom were the kindest people. I look forward to seeing them in paradise. Job 14:14,15
Posted by Steven Dotson on February 13, 2021
We are so sorry for the family lost of your father. May Jehovah comfort and strengthen you Geno and everyone in the days ahead. We look forward to meeting your father and mother very soon. The hope and the blessings of Jehovah will help you all to continue faithfully.

Love your brother and sister
Steven and Judy Dotson
Washington cong Los Angeles
Posted by Brenda Riggs on February 13, 2021
I'm so sorry to hear of your loss and my prayers are with you all. Very soon now, our sorrows will turn into joy that we've never known before. Romans 15:13. Brenda Riggs, Rivera Congregation, Santa Monica, CA
Posted by Jeremiah Ortiz on February 13, 2021
I have yet to meet my brother John Christopher Knowles, but I have met and very much love one of his sons, Geno Knowles. Even the short while I have known his loving son, Geno makes me very much look forward to meeting him someday.

My thoughts and prayers are with all the Knowles family and friends. May Jehovah provide you all with the strength beyond what is normal to cope with your loss and help you to focus on the wonderful hope we have of seeing your dear father and friend again very soon! (Phil 4:13; Job 14:15)

"Grandsons are a crown to the aged, And fathers are the glory of their sons". - Proverbs 17:6.

We love you very my!

Jeremiah Ortiz
Central English Cong. Ft. Laud, FL
Posted by Jamie Bethel on February 13, 2021
My condolences to the entire Knowles family!

   I remembered my first time meeting PAPA John and MAMA Lois in 2011 when I came to Long Island i was 18 and as a young person around the truth during that time they have always taught me the most important thing " when you put Jehovah first you will never have to worry about anything" and that always stuck with me. Bro. Knowles was a very considerate and supportive brother... even though I lived passed their settlement they would always leave home earlier to pick me up, sharing laughs on our long car rides to meeting. During my short stay in Long Island they took cared of my like their own child always welcoming me and encouraging me to keep Jehovah in front of me. 

  I'm looking forward to seeing Papa John and Ma Lois again in Paradise!!!
May Jehovah continue to strengthen all of the Knowles Family!!
Love you all my family and friends

Posted by Dailet Leroy on February 13, 2021
Dear Knowles family,

Words cannot express the sorrow and sadness we feel at the loss of your loved one. Please accept our condolences & know that you are very close in every thought and prayer. May Jehovah God give you the strength to cope in this difficult time. Very soon we will see our dear brother John again.

Isaiah 25:8 "He will swallow up death forever,
And the Sovereign Lord Jehovah will wipe away the tears from all faces.
The reproach of his people he will take away from all the earth,
For Jehovah himself has spoken it."

Hosea 13:14 "From the power of the Grave I will redeem them;
From death I will recover them.
Where are your stings, O Death?
Where is your destructiveness, O Grave?
Compassion will be concealed from my eyes."


Daniel & Dailet Leroy
Posted by Joan Pierre on February 13, 2021
My prayers and deepest condolences for the family and friends. I look forward to meeting this wonderful and very much loved brother in the new world to come.

Warm Christian love,
Joan Pierre from Sunrise Congregation Florida
Posted by Iris G on February 13, 2021
To Brother and Sister Knowles and the Knowles family. We are saddened to hear of the loss of your father. We are so eager to Revelation 21:3,4 to be fulfilled soon when death will be no more, it's just around the corner. We have you in our prayers our dear brothers and sisters.

Love your friends from Westwood Congregation in Fort Lauderdale,

Ron and Iris Greene
Posted by Joyann Claridge on February 13, 2021
My deepest sympathy to the family of Pa Knowles. I know this is a very difficult time for all of you. Y'all are in my prayers. May jehavah contine to help you to cope. But take comfort in knowing that he was Jehovah‘s friend and Jehovah never forgets his friends.
Posted by Judith Silvera on February 13, 2021
My sincere condolences to the Knowles family. The pain is only temporary so please take comfort in that as well as Jehovah truly knows this pain and is waiting to resurrect his loyal ones like your dad John.

Judith Silvera
Posted by Shirley Salomon on February 13, 2021
Bro & Sis Knowles, although I didn’t met your Dad I am appreciative that he apparently set a good example for you which has allowed you both to bring comfort to us all (especially me). So yes he’s in Jehovah memory and my condolences to you and your family.

Agape’ Your Sis
Posted by Diana Strachan on February 13, 2021
My deepest condolences to your family from me and mines. May Jehovah give u the strength to endure . Until the day that Jehovah returns each of our family to us. Sending Agape love
Posted by Tyisha Mackey on February 13, 2021
“There is joy in your creation, in the message of salvation, and the paradise to come.” May this joyful hope sustain you all in the days and months to come.
With heartfelt sympathy and unfailing love Raheim, Tyisha, Rashon & Reese Mackey.
Posted by Simone & Wade Hylton on February 13, 2021
Our deepest condolences to the entire family. So very soon this pain caused by death will be no more. In the meantime we pray for Jehovah to comfort you all and give you the strength to cope with this loss.
Hylton family
Posted by Julie Sands on February 13, 2021
We send our condolences to the family and we have memories of Br. John Knowles very quiet while Sis Lois did all the talking so they complemented each other perfectly. We look forward to getting to know him better in Paradise.
John and Julie Sands
Posted by Dereck Saunders on February 13, 2021
Condolences to the entire family.

From Dereck & Joey Saunders
Posted by Henry Moxey on February 13, 2021
Idamae Sinclair also sends her condolences.
Posted by Henry Moxey on February 13, 2021
Dear Friends;

On behalf of Priscilla, Jonathan, Nathan and I , we would like to convey our heartfelt condolences to your family on the passing of our dear brother. Yet, we can be comforted by the words found at John 5:21, 28, 29, which gives us the hope of one day seeing our dead loves again. For Jesus Christ promised that millions now dead will live again.
Be encouraged.
Posted by Cleora Wilkinson on February 13, 2021
Dear Knowles Family. Once again the very powerful and ruthless enemy death has deprived us of a dearly loved and precious family member. Jehovah has kindly given us the promise of a restoring to life of our loved ones. What a wonderful gift and reversal of Satans wicked works. Pa was a friend and brother to far more than biological ones. He was our friend and brother, so we also share the pain of his loss. Be assured of our love and prayers and the trust that together we will welcome him in a totally different world. Wilkinsons
Posted by Natasha Davis on February 13, 2021
Dear Knowles family, please accept our deepest condolences. Your father’s memories may bring tears now but Sorrow will very soon be replaced by Joy. Until then you are in our thoughts and prayers.
Davis Family
Posted by Edward Knowles on February 13, 2021
Oh behalf of my wife Christine and I, we would like to extend our sincere condolences to the entire family of Uncle John during this time of grieving. May the Almighty continue to protect and give you strength during this time. May Uncle John rest in peace.

Sleep on Uncle. You shall be forever missed.

Love you all.
Posted by Maria Rudnicki on February 13, 2021
I offer my condolences and encourage all to consider the wonderful joy that lies ahead. Jehovah is close to those crushed and promises comfort. 
Posted by Toni Gibson on February 13, 2021
Sending deepest condolences to the Knowles family, especially, Gino, Pedro, Hugo and Jackie. It's not easy losing your father but it's so good to know we have Jehovah's promise of the hope of the resurrection and seeing all of our loved ones again.(John 5: 28, 29). So continue to rely on the God of all comfort during this difficult time. ( 2 Corinthians 1: 3, 4). I have fond memories and still remember the time spent in Central Congregation. Looking forward to the New World and seeing all of our dear friends. May Jehovah's Spirit be with all of you as you cope with the loss of your father. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
Much love from Antoinette Fox-Gibson and family.
Posted by Charbel Butrus on February 13, 2021
I want to send my deepest condolences to the Knowles family. May Jehovah continue to strengthen all of you during this difficult time. Continue to look ahead to the things unseen. Everlasting Life!!
What a beautiful hope and promise to look forward too!
Jehovah Loves and Cares for all of you!! 
Posted by Kathleen O'Brien on February 12, 2021
My deepest condolences to the family. Brother John Knowles was no doubt truly an incredible Person and Brother who loved his family and his God Jehovah. It is with my sincere condolences to wish the family comfort during this difficult time. Keeping the Family in my prayers. Soon we will be welcoming him back to a beautiful paradise earth! It can’t be long now. 
Posted by Betty Rahming on February 12, 2021
Sis. Rahming and Sis.Munnings we send our condolences on the passing of your dad.
Posted by Loretta Parris on February 12, 2021
My dear cousins:

I can hear uncle John now: "Hey Lorrie, How's the family, That's good , You calling for Lois hey she right here".
Then it was: "Hey Lorrie, How's the family, Lorrie Lois gone, She gone just like that"!
That was my caring, loving uncle. I am going to miss him.
I am going to miss riding down to Millerton and stopping to visit all the family on the way. Hearing all the family news and hearing aunt Lois saying "Listen Lorrie this is how it go, John can't tell a story to save his life".
Your parents were beautiful people.
I hope your memories of him will bring peace and comfort.
Our thoughts are with you.
Lorrie, Arthur, Desiree and Kenra
Posted by Linda Malcolm on February 11, 2021
When someone you love becomes a memory, the memory becomes a treasure ! With heartfelt sympathy, we are sending healing prayers to Uncle John's children, siblings and other familly members, from Linda, Shanti and Taneca.
Posted by Beverley Knowles-Gibson on February 11, 2021
Our deepest sympathies go out to John's family suffering this loss. May The Almighty give you all the peace that you all seek.
May his soul rest in peace and let peace comfort you all.
Leonard and Gloria Knowles
Posted by Beverley Knowles-Gibson on February 11, 2021
Our sincere condolences to uncle John's Children and family. Our prayer is that The Almighty will strengthen them during this time of bereavement. May his soul rest in peace.
We will miss him
Beverley, Ricardo, Tamra, Terina, Shawnette, Jayve and Jayshawn
Posted by Andrew Knowles on February 11, 2021
You may be gone from my sight but you are never gone from my heart.
May God's Light will shine upon him and may his soul rest in peace
Posted by Ellison Greenslade on February 11, 2021
It is with a deep sense of loss but also with the greatest measure of respect that I offer condolences to the entire Knowles family on the passing of Mr. John "PA" Knowles who was a mentor to me. He was always generous with his kind words of wisdom and never hesitated to show his pleasure whenever he was made aware of positive strides that I was making in life. PA was a wonderful man who was a father figure to me, my siblings, and to every child that he met. I met PA when I was a teenager eagerly searching to find my way in life. He and his beloved wife, Lois, opened the doors of their home and their hearts to me and my family. We had many enjoyable musical sessions (Strumming Guitars and singing along) on the rear patio at Johnny Hill (Faith Avenue South). These sessions were made even more enjoyable because of the most delicious meals that were served up on those occasions by Mrs. Lois Knowles. I hold firmly to these wonderful memories and will treasure them forever. My dear wife Kimberley, and our children, join me in expressing condolences to Geno, Pedro, Hugo, Jackie, and their spouses, children, aunts, uncles, relatives and friends. We pray that Jehovah will grant comfort to this lovely family now and always.
Love always.
Ellison & Kimberley Greenslade - London UK
Posted by Susan McGregor on February 11, 2021
Our prayers and thoughts are with the Knowles family at this trying time. My husband Wendle and I have many fond memories of John and Lois over the years when visiting lovely Long Island. Their beautiful welcoming smiles and hugs are something I look forward to experiencing again in the new world. There will be many tears of joy to be shed as we welcome back these dear friends in Jehovah's memory.

Both John and Lois were secure in the knowledge that Jehovah would remember them and we can be too.
We look forward to the time when we can enjoy with them life without end-at last.

Until that time may Jehovah give you his peace and strength.
Posted by Ferlesa Cleare on February 10, 2021
The whispers of the words "PA" gone... breathe a quiet tranquil air, and the sound of a whistling Long Island breeze. I breathed a sigh of relief...not because he has fell asleep, but that it seem, quietly he made his exit. When sis Knowles pass away, He told me " I will never give up on life...I will live as long as I can" he did well...@ 91yrs...that's a beautiful life. I loved his straight talks...he didn't minced his words, but he had a beautiful humor! I look forward on welcoming both him and sis. Knowles in a new world where death will not girl...I still remember those big, warm welcoming hugs!
"Jehovah is our strong hold"
My deepest sympathy to the Knowles family
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Posted by sian kong on February 16, 2021
To the Knowles family:
I am very sorry for your loss. During your grieving process please take comfort in the resurrection hope, rely on Jehovah and one day soon we'll be asking : "death, where is your victory? Death where is your sting?"
You are in my heart and prayers.
Psalm 34:18
Posted by Roshanne Eyma on February 15, 2021
Our deepest sympathies on your loss. May Jehovah continue to comfort you until we can welcome back all our loved ones in His new world. (2 Cor. 1: 3, 4)

Warm Christian love,

Ritchie and Roshanne Eyma and family
Posted by Melanie Payne on February 14, 2021
Deepest sympathy and condolences to the family of Pa Knowles.
his Life
     John Christopher Knowles, called PA by most, was born January 7, 1930 in North Long Island, Bahamas.  He was the sixth of 10 children born to John and Hilda Knowles.  In his youth he enjoyed fishing, sailing, and working with tools.  Upon finishing school he taught at the Millerton All Age school. 

     In time he migrated to Nassau and was employed by British Oversees Airways Corporation (BOAC) before joining the Royal Bahamas Police Force.   He was given number 144.  Later he was transferred to the Fire Department where he served in various roles until retirement in 1975.

     In 1956 he married Eloise Farquharson (Mama Lois) and that union produced 4 children.  The three O’s, Geno, Pedro, and Hugo, and then Jacqueline—the baby girl that made him so happy when she was born he lost his police cap—a serious offense in those days.  He proved to be a kind provider and caring father who desired to teach his sons all he knew—swimming, sailing, fishing, model boat building, auto mechanics, and how to handle responsibilities and plan for the future.

     Having given unwavering support over the years to Mama Lois in raising their children to serve Jehovah, PA decided it was time he made a dedication and spend his life serving his Creator.  He was baptized on October 21, 2000.  He proved to be a willing and enthusiastic worker in the construction and maintenance of the Kingdom Hall.  PA and Mama Lois are fondly remembered for their open house policy and loving interest in one and all.  Following the death of Mama Lois in 2017, he was moved to North Andros, Bahamas to live with, and be lovingly cared for, by Pedro and Wanda.  He died peacefully in his sleep on Friday, February 5, 2021.

     He is survived by his sons Pedro (Wanda), Geno (Kaylinda), Hugo;  his daughter Jackie Greenslade (Desmond);  adopted daughters Ruth (Barbara) Swaby, Deborah Claridge (Anthony), Danette Collins;  his grand children Pierre, Erin McKinney (Dario), Gerard (Dwaynecia), Allysa, Desiree, Pinky,  Keisha, Joey, Brandon, Dayton, Anna, Desmond Jr., Darius (Synara);  his great-grands Abrielle, Kai’lani, and Bryson;  his brothers Leonard (Gloria), Ronald (Ethel);  brother-in-law Walter Darville;  his sisters Mrytle Turnquest (Kermit), Gloria Smith.  A host of nieces and nephews, family members, spiritual brothers and sisters, and friends.

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Tack Boy...Tack...Shove Da Tiller Down!

Shared by Tony Claridge on February 13, 2021
As a Young Nassau Man (with No sailing experience) I knew Pa for about 57 years and really got to know him better after getting married to his niece Debbie over the past 47 years.

My union with Pa, his family, and especially with the boys gave me a new Sport to dabble in; model boat making and outright sailing. I got smitten by the Sailing Bug...and sort to learn all I could about the Sport, even investing in a few books for sailing instructions.

I learned All I could, from Sailing Terminology, Race Tactics, and Proper Rigging. Geno,  Pedro and I even purchased 2/2 man... Enterprise Sailing Dinghies in order to hone our sailing skills.

We sure did. We went Montague Beach as often as we could on weekends and Pa would bring his along Mini Fish  and I too would take chances trying to sail that Slippery thing which made me the butt of His many jokes, because I spent more time in the water each time I tact than on deck.

And so, because he knew I had a book on Sailing and was always spewing off at the mouth and showing off my new found sailing knowledge we used to get into many Tit-for-Tats... 

I could hear him now...roaring with laughter while Shouting... "Bey...what kinda Sailor you can't even stay on dat lil thing when you tact" or... "You izzz da only man I know who carries a book with Him Sailing and can't even Shove da tiller down without falling off...Tact Boy...Tact"

Don't worry ain't ova yet...we will have "Time Indefinite" to hone my craft...and hopefully he'll find "Someone Else to Fool Wit"...

Who Pa Knowles Was To Us

Shared by Stephen Johnson on February 13, 2021
Deepest sympathy and condolences to the family of Pa Knowles. I remember first meeting Pa as Sister Loise’s husband, the Mechanic over 30yrs ago. He was a pleasure to know. Pa was honest and reliable when it came to his work, always. Never once did we have to return because of poor work being done on our family’s Cars. Pa was great at what he did. What was enjoyable was to sit and talk with Pa when I came to get my Car after he was finished. He was never in a rush to move on, he would spend time just chatting. Pa was a great friend of The Truth. I was even more ecstatic when I heard that Pa had dedicated his life to Jehovah. The last memory I have of Pa was last year after not seeing him for many years, he actually remembered who I was (smile). I look forward to welcoming Pa back real soon. May Jehovah provide comfort to his whole Family from ....
Minerva, Stephen, Nadia, Steffy, Shelly, Jake and Gabby Johnson

Looking Forward to the Future

Shared by Allison Dean on February 13, 2021
Dear Knowles Family,
As many, many wife and I look forward to the day when we can hug your parents again and welcome them back.  Your dad were always a quiet, doer, rather than a talkative...non doer. It will certainly be a wonderful thing when the curse on thousands of years, will come to an end.  We look forward to sharing the paradise with your parents that were our friends, and being a part of the those who will see the eternal end of death!

Much Love,
Allison, Betty-Jane Dean and Andrew Dea