An Uncle is a blessing
It means so many things
Words could never tell
The joy an Uncle brings
An Uncle is a bond of faith
That even time can't sever
A gift to last all of our lives
An Uncle is forever.
You will be missed, my coach, my teacher, my hero, my uncle. I loved talking to you about all subjects. You kept me laughing and you laughed back. When you cried, I cried with you. You always knew I loved you and I know you love me too. Rest in Peace. Your niece, Margie and family.
Condolences to the family of this great man. INORML lost a great pioneer. You were a great man of many endeavors. You'll be missed by many. RIP Chambers.
Offering my condolence to the family and friends of Terry Chambers. It is obvious from the many kind expressions that Mr. Chambers will be fondly remembered.
As you cherish the many memories, reflect on the time when sickness, death & sorrow will be conditions of the past! (Revelation 21:3,4; 1Corinthians 15: 26) This is what our loving God Jehovah has promised and Jesus Christ himself guaranteed the hope of seeing our loved ones again by means of the resurrection. (John 5:28,29; Acts 24:15; Isaiah 26:19)
May God’s word & the prayers of others provide you the comfort to endure at this time & each day to come, as we await the fulfillment of his promises!
R.I.P. Old friend . I have fond memories of our grade school days and the laughter we shared,seems like only yesterday.
I found this euloogy while trying to stay occupied today. I found it very fitting.
Back drop: As I envision flying over the Grand Canyon in a helicopter one day to retrace some steps.
Eulogy for President Lincoln
Not one who was known for his eloquence, Colfax came the closest when he gave his eulogy for Abraham Lincoln;
By Schuyler Colfax Jr.
29th Speaker of the U. S. House of Representatives
17th VP of the United States of America
"Murdered, coffined, buried, he will live with those few immortal names who were not born to die; live, as the Father of the Faithful in the times that tried men’s souls; live in the grateful hearts of the dark-browed race he lifted from under the heel of the oppressor to the dignity of freedom and manhood; live in every bereaved circle which has given father, husband, son or friend to die, as he did, for his country; live, with the glorious company of martyrs to liberty, justice and humanity, that trio of Heaven-born principles; live, in the love of all beneath the circuit of the sun, who loathe tyranny, slavery and wrong."
May you rest well my old friend in the glorious company of martyrs to liberty, justice, and humanity.
Rest In Peace Marine.
Your efforts to fight for a cause that was greater than your self, is selfless, and your story will never be forgotten. Rest easy knowing we will continue the fight, and other veterans behind us will not have to suffer in the same ways.
I will always remember Terry as the guy who loved horses! He was a great friend to my dad (the late Joe Milford) and we spent a lot of time with Terry when I was younger. We would go to the horse track in Anderson to watch Terry photograph the horses crossing the finish line. One year we went to the Indiana State Fair and saw Terry in action. He would always tip his hat up right before he took the pictures - that's how we knew which photographer was him. That day the governor happened to be there at the racetrack (the late governor Frank O'Bannon) and Terry snapped a picture of the governor with me and my dad. That's a memory and picture I will always cherish. Terry took care of my dad when he was dying and I will always be grateful to him for that. He was a truly special guy and friend to many. He always let me know how much my dad loved me and how proud he would be of me today if he were here.
My deepest sympathies go out to Terry's family. I pray God comforts you and gives you peace.
Terry Chambers became a great friend to me over the last couple years. His wonderful compassion for others did not go unnoticed by the people I worked with to help other veterans and patients who were in pain. He will be missed by all who knew him that I associated with in HVMC and Indiana NORML. My condolences goes out to Terry’s family for their loss.
Terry used to hunt deer in my father's woods. He always wore a bright yellow suit to hunt in. We called him the big yellow canary when we saw him in the tree. My parents are gone now but I will always remember the yellow canary fondly. We were never making fun and he even called himself that.
My condolences to Terry's family, he was a good man.
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