Condolence: When Tary and I were first married, I was stationed at Ft. Leonard Wood, MO as an Army Nurse Officer. We chose to attend Rolla Church of the Nazarene some 30 miles to the east on I-44. It wasn't long until we met Glen, LaDonne, DeWayne, Danelle and Dana. What a wonderful family. Too, it didn't take long for the Clinton Family to adopt us as additional children into their family. That's just the way it was. Laughter, warmth, birthdays and anniversaries were all part of the family. I was even the object of some very good jokes. LaDonne and Tary were so close that it seemed as if they knew what the other was thinking. Glen, LaDonne, Tary and I plus about 30 other folks were charter members and builders of the Waynesville Church of the Nazarene. When I received orders for Korea, LaDonne and Tary worked at the gift shoppe together. Tary didn't like dusting all those glass shelves, but it kept her busy until I returned home from Korea. After my Korean Army Tour we were stationed other places in the USA. We could never get away from the powerful influence of love and family ties we had with Glen, LaDonne and their family. Now with the Fathering of Glen and Mothering of LaDonne in our memories, Tary and I will never forget, always cherish and treasure the love of family we have with the Clinton's. Nothing will replace the tie we have with them until we reunite with our glorified family. LaDonne, may you rest in sweet peace with the LORD.
Condolence: My deepest sympathy to the friends and family of Ms. Doris. We will never get used to losing our love ones in death. The reason is because we were created with everlasting life in view. (Ecclesiastes 3: 11) To learn more, please visit jw.org and view the faith strengthening Video: What is the condition of the Dead.
Condolence: I am so thankful LaDonne was a member of my earthly family, but so thankful because of our Savior, she is reunited with our family in Heaven and I will see her again in our eternal home. I have so many wonderful memories that I will cherish and will always smile when I think of all the stories she could tell! What a precious, beautiful and loving lady she was! Thinking about how thrilled she was to see all of her loved ones. Praying for all of my Shelton family. We love you Al, Donna and Bobby