Sorry to hear about the passing of your sister. I know you and your family are saddened. But thank God for the blessed HOPE we have in Jesus, that we shall LIVE again.
Laban West from Oklahoma City
We know you are grieving over your dear sister's passing, but know also that you rejoice in knowing you will be together for all eternity in the presence of our Lord Jesus. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and family. May God watch over you and keep you in His hands.
We love you all.
Charles and Brenda Terry
Linda and I extend our heartfelt condolences.
The Honorable Allen B. Clark, Plano, Texas
My prayers and love during this Season for you and your family.
Bishop Chris Thompson, Executive Director, Evangelism USA, Chairman, Chaplains Ministries Board, IPHC
Hello our dear friend,
Kathleen and I are saddened to read of your loss, Hugh. Its a blessing knowing that your sister, Mary Evelyn McDuff, enjoyed a long and blessed life. Nonetheless, a loss, a grief.
May the Father of mercies and God of all comfort be very near to you and all your family at this time, we pray.
- Harold Presley
World Missions Ministries
IPHC, UK & NW Europe
Thank you for my dear saintly mother's roses
Charlie and Janice McDuff, Mary Evelyn's oldest adult child, Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Dear Dr. Hugh,
I've just read the article in Hugh's News about your sister. Lavon and I are thinking about you and share our hearts in prayer for you. Your thoughts and remembrances about you and your sister were so special. May God grant you, Melvine and Greg Psalm 91 protection as you travel and participate in Mary Evelyn's funeral.
Arlette and Lavon, Athens, Georgia
Dr Morgan. you are in our prayers for comfort
Gary Burd, M25, Amarillo, Texas
Hugh, My deepest sympathy on the passing of your sister. After losing my elder brother, I realized the great impact losing a sibling has on one. However, the assurance of Heaven ahead with them makes it easier.
Linda Thomas, Vanceboro, North Carolina
Good morning, Hugh,
So sorry to learn of the loss of your sister.
There were five of us Tunstall children, four boys and one girl. We lost our sister to cancer about two years ago – lost her over Christmas. While I was back east I went by her grave and took the picture. She was a good girl, albeit spoiled, a retired school teacher and a better editor and proof reader then me. She proofed my books until the time we lost her.
I know I can’t feel your pain, but I still feel mine, and it makes me hurt for you.
Heaven just keeps getting more attractive!
Dr. Frank Tunstall, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma