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Your father was an American hero

“Your father was an American hero” were the closing remarks to my daughters by the Military Chaplin that officiated the interment service for David, my beloved husband, an amazing father and son. 288 more words

Road To Victory

Federal flags to, finally, fly at half-mast Friday for Herb Gray

City of Windsor flags have been flying at half-mast since the morning after news of the death of former Windsor West MP and deputy prime minister, the Right Honourable Herb Gray. 461 more words


DEATH!!! I'm stoked about it, I can't wait!!

I know most people aren’t on the same page as me when it comes to death but man…I am stooooked to die! ahahaha okay I know to most that sounds possibly insane/suicidal but don’t worry! 922 more words


A Word From Reverend Benjamin #30: On Death

Holla Flock,

I have been a reverend for about a year now. In that time, I’ve never had the opportunity to baptize a baby, marry a happy couple, or proceed over a funeral. 883 more words


Death and Misbehaviour

This post if dedicated to my Uncle Vince, who passed away this week from a heart attack. His passing reminded me of my grandmother’s death not so long ago, a loss which inspired me to write this piece. 1,152 more words


Life + Death

On Tuesday, I received a text from my dad that my aunt passed away. She had been battling cancer, gone into remission a few times, and this last round sent her into hospice. 1,018 more words

Friends And Family Mourn Teen Crash Victim

DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) - Hundreds of family and friends gathered at the Lakewood Baptist Church in Dallas to say good-bye to 13-year-old Ethan Vasquez, son of Cedar Hill Police Sergeant Victor Vasquez. 458 more words