[Funeral Program for Albert Flowers, March 10, 2011] Page: 4 of 8
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Our Father Almighty has taken our Dad to his Heavenly home.
We surely have enjoyed your Love, Laughter, and Great sense of humor.
Angela and I are deeply Broken-Hearted and will miss you very much.
There will be tears of joy and tears of sorrow.
Our head will be bowed with woe; our bitter tears will overflow.
We will mourn you dearly beloved one; there will be no other one like you. /
We LOVE you from the depth of our Heart; but GOD knows best. J
He has prepared a permanent place for you in his Heavenly Mansion.
Enjoy eternal rest and perfect peace until we meet again,
You will truly be missed.
We Loveyou, Always.
Your Daughter and Son-in-Law
Angela and Lorenzo Dia^Jr.
Dear Dad, We love you, We miss you so much
Your love and your kindness, Your soft gentle touch
If we had to live life over, We would choose you once more
If it meant losing you again, It's worth all the tears in the world.
While our hearts are now filled, With sadness and tears
We had many good memories, You will always be near
The day that you left us, Tears fell from the sky
Our hearts filled with sorrow, Your final goodbye
For years you did fight, And struggled to stay here
But you sent us a sign, When the end was quite near
Your body has died, But your spirit lives strong
In each one of us, Where it forever belongs ^
Your time here was short, We wish you could stay
But they need you upstairs, The angels called you their way
Until the day comes, That we cross over too
Our family will not be complete
Until we meet that day with you again.
Here’s what’s next.
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