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Condolences for Milton A. Meyer


I was so sorry to hear of Milton's illness and passing - unfortunately it was after the fact... I have many cherished memories of spending time at Aunt Elsie's house and at Milton's and Lloyd's as well. How blessed you were to have such a large family to spend your days with. Milt and Ruth were always kind to us kids and we all loved spending time on your farm! Thanks for all the good childhood memories- esp to Marie who is closest to my age. God Bless you all! Nel
From Neldene Elaine Diersen Rommes

Dear Friends: We well know that our times are lived in the hands of our Creator-God, and therefore we would not be amiss to remind those who grieve - and ourselves always - that this is what our God has said in regard to that living: "... for the mountains may move and the hills disappear, but even then my faithful love for you will remain. My covenant of blessing will never be broken," says the Lord, who has mercy on you." (New Living Translation,2007) The Lord's blessings upon the family of Milton Meyer
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Sympathy to the family of Milton. My Mom, Malita Diersen, often spoke of playing with Milton and Lloyd as a child. Even though she was their aunt they were close in age.
From Nola Skappel

God bless you with his comforting assurance of eternal life in our Savior, Jesus Christ. I remember how much Gene and Lowell's dad, Roman, enjoyed visiting with Milton.
From Margaret Schreyer

God bless you with his comforting assurance of eternal life in our Savior, Jesus Christ. I remember how much Gene and Lowell's dad, Roman, enjoyed visiting with Milton.
From Margaret Schreyer