Condolence: I was a classmate of Steve. When his mother was still living here in Sabetha he would often get gas at our place,& come in & say hello. Steve was such a nice person. I never knew he played the piano. May God hold you all in the palm of his hand.Jean Agee
Condolence: I wanted to express my deepest sympathy to the family of Steve. I have known him for years. I went to the Woodlawn Baptist Church growing up and we rode the school bus together. He was a very kind, good hearted person. He will be missed.
Condolence: I wanted to send my love and sympathies to the Larabee family. I know the Anniversary of your dear loved one, Stephen, is approaching. No doubt this has brought back to mind some painful feelings and sadness, but hopefully you're able to reflect on the good memories as well. Keep in mind that beautiful promise found in God's Word, at John 5:28,29. It says, "Do not be amazed at this, for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out." What this can mean for you is a real hope of being reunited with your loved ones who have fallen asleep in death. So as you reflect on the times spent with your dear loved one, keep this comforting thought in mind for the days ahead. There will soon be a time when we'll not only be able to welcome our loved ones back to life, but we can truly experience the words "death will be no more." (Revelation 21:4) My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Condolence: Sondra, we are so sorry for your loss. Your Dad was a special friend of ours for a lot of years. We have many fond memories of attending church together in Marysville and him singing and me playing the piano for him. May God bless you with comfort and peace at this difficult time. Praying for you.