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Ann Goff: Free Union Memorial reunion will be special event

Writer is looking forward to renewing friendships, visiting Free Union Cemetery, and hearing the Blakeys sing, visiting with Pastor Mark Polston and Lisa.
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By Ann Goff

I really appreciated Juanita putting this (Comments re article 52044 Bro Jim Goff will preach Blakeys will sing at Free Union SBC) in your paper. I am looking forward so much to going back to be with the people at Free Union and being with Brother Mark Poston and Lisa; they are two special people.

It is a Memorial service and I feel that they have all been a Memorial to us, we look back over the 15 years that we were there with them and I couldn't tell you all the memorials that we have in our hearts for all the things that happened in that 15 years.

We saw a lot of people get saved and baptized, and all the good services that we had together; there is no amount of money that could buy those memories and the good times that we had together. I just thank God for every one of them.

We also had sorrow when one of our loved ones went on to be with the Lord, but one day we will get to see them again.

I told Jim there are so many Memorials right out there in that Cemetery at Free Union of the ones who passed away while we were there.

There are just no words that I could express for the way that I love everyone there, and I thank God for all of His children. We are all just Brothers and Sisters in Christ.

We are also looking forward to hearing the Blakely's sing again.--Ann Goff

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