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Condolence From: Rick Norway
Condolence: Dear Lindsay and family. My deepest sympathies during this time. Grieve and sorrow are the beginning of the healing process. Just remember during this time not to forget about Joy. The Joy of knowing where they are at; the joy of knowing they are okay and don't hurt anymore; to see Jesus everyday; to see the Father and the throne room everyday; they they got to go home together; and that we will all be with them soon. I love you my friend. This is from your favorite custodian and cookie maker.
Tuesday November 08, 2016
Condolence From: Robert Ballowe
Condolence: My work at the mill brought me in contact with Drew. I did not know him well, only that he was always kind to me and everyone else. I was deeply saddened to hear he and his wife were taken. This world is a lesser place without them.
Sunday November 06, 2016
Condolence From: Briana Craig
Condolence: Sue and Drew were light to this world and salt of the earth. Sue taught me so much about living a life of gratitude. She encouraged me towards a dream of nursing school and all the way through. She impacted my life in a big way and I aspire toward her positive outlook and grand scale thankfulness. Their marriage was admirable and a shining example of true love. They will not be forgotten. Our deepest sympathies to this beautiful family. Love, Kevin and Briana Craig
Saturday November 05, 2016
Condolence From: Bob Sipes-Dreyer
Condolence: My heart goes out to all of the Tritz and DePuydt family. I was left speechless Sandy when I received word on your families loss. Have faith they have joined the Lord above and with Ken and the rest of our loved ones who have left us way too soon.

Friday November 04, 2016
Condolence From: Tom Berry
Condolence: Andy (as we knew him in high school) was an upbeat guy with a ready smile on his face. We shared lunches and were in the Glee Club together. They were happy days. I was looking forward to connecting with him at our impending 50th reunion. My condolences to his family. It appears he lived a good life and was well loved.
Friday November 04, 2016
Condolence From: Lanell Curry
Condolence: Dear All, I met Sue through the Walk to Emmaus and was so blessed to be able to work closely with her a couple of times. Sue was truly a gift and blessed everyone with whom she came in contact. We will never forget her smile and the joy she brought with her wherever she went. I did not know her Dad was Ken Tritz - I worked with him at the Frenchtown Mill for six years. God bless each of you and know there are many praying for you and mourning with you, while also celebrating the lives of of Drew and Sue. God bless you all. Lanell
Friday November 04, 2016
Condolence From: Phil Russ
Condolence: Sue was always a bright spot in my classrooms at Target Range School, I am sure she will be missed by all who knew her. Please accept my condolences at this sad time
Friday November 04, 2016
Condolence From: Christi, Aaron & Lauren Rudolph
Condolence: Lindsey & family, so very sorry for your loss. Praying for you all during this difficult time.
The Rudolph Family
Christi, Aaron & Lauren
Friday November 04, 2016
Condolence From: Elizabeth Newman
Condolence: Drew was in my computer classes at UM COT in 2011/12. He was one of the happiest and friendliest people I knew during my time at UM. He loved to talk about life and his family, his wife and his children. His eyes would light up whenever he talked about them. He loved learning and he excelled in all of our classes. He hit the books harder than the younger students and if you had a question about the material and he didn't know the answer, he worked until he did.
My deepest condolences to his children and his family. I know that the losses are great, but I pray that you are all able to find peace and comfort. I know that he loved you all so very, very much.
Thursday November 03, 2016
Condolence From: Wayne & Jeanette DeMinck
Condolence: Their laughs and smiles touched so many people. We are all lucky to have had them touch our lives. Sending prayers to all those struggling during this difficult time.
Thursday November 03, 2016
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