Goshen News, Goshen, IN

Letters to the Editor

March 27, 2013

Law staff is grateful for support

In the days following the loss of a colleague, we have found in this amazing community, friends and neighbors who have shown kindness, caring and tenderness through your words of comfort, acts of service, cheerful floral arrangements that have brightened our office and your many notes and cards. We thank you for your sympathy demonstrated in a myriad of meaningful and much appreciated ways.

It is comforting to know that we live in a community where one looks out for another and helps carry the load of sorrow and suffering. Thank you for walking with us in those first hours and days and now as we begin the slow process of healing after the loss of one of our very own.

May God richly bless you as you have so richly blessed us.

— The staff at Yoder, Ainlay, Ulmer & Buckingham LLP

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