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880 Hopmeadow Street
P.O. Box 335
Simsbury, CT 06070
Phone: 860-658-7613
Fax: 860-651-0476
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Geurwin H.

December 18, 2018

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Condolence From: Kathy Perry
Condolence: I met Geurwin about a year after his wife had died. He showed me the ramp he'd put up for her and talked about what he was doing now that he was alone. I shared a few encouraging thoughts with him about the Bible's hope of a resurrection which seemed to be comforting to him; and then I just got in the habit of stopping by from time to time. Sometimes it was every few weeks, sometimes once a month. He would invite me in and we would enjoy a chat together. Then, in a gentlemanly gesture, he would walk me out to the car and hold the door open for me as I got in. Sometimes when I would come, he would be shoveling out his driveway...sometimes raking up his yard--he was spry and quite strong, and took pride in doing the work himself. And always he would walk me back out to my car. Even a few months back, when I stopped by to chat with him and his in-house helper, even as his health was deteriorating, he said he wished he could walk me out to my car; but he was having some trouble with the steps, so he thought he'd probably better not. But his heart was in the gentlemanly gesture. I will miss him. My condolences to his extended family.
Sunday December 23, 2018

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