Thank you for the love and sup­port

Rappahannock News - - EDITORIAL & OPINION -

I wanted to take this op­por­tu­nity to thank the Rap­pa­han­nock com­mu­nity, all of our friends, and fam­ily for the sup­port and love shown to us dur­ing and af­ter the pass­ing of my fa­ther. The tremen­dous crowd at the church and at my par­ents home truly ex­pressed how much you cared about New­bill.

The day was a blur and due to the size of the crowd, there were many peo­ple that we did not get a chance to see and visit with af­ter the ser­vice. I know there are many peo­ple that we ne­glected to thank and for that I am sorry.

I know that I am guilty of this be­cause in my re­mem­brance in the church ser­vice, I for­got to thank one of the most im­por­tant peo­ple in my fa­ther’s lat­ter life: Lyn Bai­ley, who pro­vided my fa­ther with at­ten­tive and lov­ing care from the day she started work­ing for my par­ents.

Her love and care for both of my par­ents was sec­ond to none. She was a tire­less and giv­ing per­son and seemed to be on call 24/7. With­out her, we would not have made it through this ex­tremely dif­fi­cult time. Lyn, we will be for­ever in your debt. You are a true and lov­ing mem­ber of our fam­ily and for this we are blessed.

Again, to all of our friends, we thank you for the love and com­pas­sion shown to us in our time of need. It means more than we can ever ex­press.

HODGE MILLER AND FAM­ILY

Washington

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