i knew mark he was my friends dad,may he rest in peace
I love and miss you dad.I wish you could really be here with me all the time. I remember all the fun times i had with you. I wish you could be with me and see me graduate hi school and watch me grow up not from heaven.I love you so much and i hope you love it in heaven,I love you
May Mark E. Thorpe RIP, far be it for the true God to act unjustly, "if an able bodied man dies can he live again? All the days of my compulsory service I shall wait until my relief comes." Job 14:14. The loss of death is never easy. The now void of a sure hug or even a kiss now all of sudden not there can be so painful but not hopeless, please be assured as His word says, "so my word that goes forth from my mouth will prove to be..." Isaiah 55:11; Psalms 37:11; John 5:28,29; Matthew 6:9,10
May you find comfort in the words at Revelation chapter 21:3, 4; What a wonderful hope!
To Mark, Jeanne, Robert and the rest of the family I would like to extend my sympathy to you, let him rest in peace and let him always be in your hearts.
We will always remember the fun times in Maine and hope that you keep these happy thoughts when thoughts of Mark come up. The trip to Maine when Dick prompted the boys on the CB radio, the canoe trip across the lake, and especially the small separate cabin where Ma Thornton visited at night!
We love you.
Dick & Audy Coffin