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If you have walked through the grieving process and feel your personal story might give hope and help to others going through the same, please feel free to share your brief testimony with us. We will be adding to this page those stories that we believe will be beneficial to those grieving the loss of a loved one.

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Personal Testimonies of those who have lost a loved one

Tony Snow
Commentator and broadcaster Tony Snow announced that he had colon cancer in 2005.

Following surgery and chemotherapy, Snow joined the Bush Administration in April 2006 as press secretary. Unfortunately, on March 23, 2007, Snow, 51, a husband and father of three, announced the cancer had recurred, with tumors found in his abdomen, - leading to surgery in April, followed by more chemotherapy.

Snow went back to work in the White House Briefing Room on May 30, but has resigned since, 'for economic reasons,' and to pursue 'other interests.'

He died in July 2008.

Here’s Tony’s wonderful testimony... read more


Raynee Kremer
Raynee had not spoken to her parents in five years. After a terrible fight, anger fueled their long separation. But when both parents became terminally ill, with no one to care for them, Raynee was forced to tend to their physical needs... read more


David G. Nadeau
My name is David G. Nadeau and I am from Monroe, Michigan, hometown of General Armstrong Custer. I am a paid-on-call firefighter for Monroe Township Fire Department and I was at Ground Zero for one week starting September 12, 2001. Some of my hundred or so pictures from Ground Zero have been published in EMS magazines. Newspaper reporters from Cooperstown, New York and Lexington, Kentucky have called me wanting to publish this story. That is because someone from the family of the business card I found at Ground Zero told the reporters this story – a story about a business card which is just one of a thousand stories to tell... read more


D. A.
What is home? According to the dictionary, home can be a physical place, such as a house or a town. It can be a source; a refuge; or an environment which provides happiness and security. But the most common definition of home is simply, “The place where one lives.”  I reside in a simple furnished efficiency in an old brick building in the heart of a big city. It’s where I sleep, shower, answer the telephone and collect my mail. But it is not my home... read more


Jamey's Journey Through Grief
My life forever changed one cold December morning when I received a phone call that no parent wants to get. I was told that there had been a house fire in the early morning hours, and that my 16-year-old daughter never made it out of the house... read more


Broken Down to Bring Hope
I'd like to share my dream with you. It's kind of a long story, so bear with me. And just a warning—it gets bad before it gets better. But it does get better!... read more


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