To those that know Paul Griesse or have read his posts here, his dear wife Jill passed away on Monday. Please hold Paul and his Family in your thoughts and prayers.
That's terrible. May God grant Paul the strength he needs.
My thoughts and prayers are with Paul and his family.
Very sorry to hear this we have met both and they are wonderful people.
So sorry Paul - I enjoyed the time I spent with Jill.
I don't know Paul, but went down that road myself six months ago. My heartfelt condolences. They say that it gets better over time. I hope that for both of us.
Paul, on behalf of myself and all your friends in Montana, our sympathies for your loss.
Very sorry to hear of your loss. My prayers are with you and your family. Joe
Paul and Dick,
I lost my wife 4 years ago at the age of 48, you never get over it, you will just learn to live with it and it does get easier over time but I still miss her every day.
Paul, Dick and Donald, I've lost two so far and your right it doesn't get any easier but you have to learn to move on with your own life and the keep memories that you have close. Take comfort in the time you had to enjoy each other.
Paul, your in my prayers and have my sympathy.
thankyou, my dear FORUM friends---Jill and I had a wonderful past 16 months togeather, after her pancreatic cancer diagnosis. We returned to our "roots" in Hawaii for a month, over Christmas, with our whole family. her cancer reoccured after 3 weeks there and I had to hire an air ambulance service to get her home. Like Dick Lodge, I will miss my Model T/ Model A touring partner whos traveled domestically and internationally with me for more then 35 years.Thank you all, for your condolances--Paul
I lost my wife 1 year ago today. We had 15 years of pure happiness together and brought our son into this world in 2004. He is my driving force! Without him, I would be lost!
Anyone that says time heals all pain is a straight up liar!
Dawn and I had a rare connection. I would see a car or part and say how nice it would be to own that but its too much for our budget. But she would do some financial juggling and say " I think we can make it work"! How many can say that? She rarely told me NO.
It may ease with time, but the pain never leaves. Hold on to the memories and remember the good times. the future is unknown, but looking back at the past will always bring a smile to your heart!
I wish you peace and happiness my friend and you need to know that your friends are here for you if you need us!
Paul, I'm so sorry.
A good wife/spouse/life partner is one of the most wonderful things in the world to have. It is always so very saddening to hear of a friend losing that special someone.
What a hard time for you and your family. You will be in our thoughts and prayers. Take time to grieve and process. And with time, may the sadness decreases and the memories of the joyful times increase.
May God Comfort you during this time.
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