Some day all doubt and mystery,
Will be made clear,
The threatened clouds which now we see
Some day what seems a punishment,
Or loss, or pain,
Will prove to be God's blessing sent
For every gain.
Some day our weary feet will rest
In sweet content,
And we will know how we were blest
By what was sent.
And looking back with clearer eyes
O'er life's short span,
Will see with wondering, glad surprise,
God's perfect plan.
And knowing that the way we went
Was God's own way,
Will understand His wise intent,
Some day-Some day.
|IN MEMORY OF MY
|Rich Sowers, 23, died Tuesday, November 30, 1999, at the Toledo Hospital from self-inflicted gun shot wound. He was born August 27, 1976 in Hicksville, Ohio, the son of Wayne R. and Susan J. (Neidhardt) Sowers. He was a mechanic for Beckman Cadillac and Oldsmobile in Defiance, Ohio. Surviving are his father, Wayne; his mother, Susan Eagleson; friend, Kristy Aldrich; sisters, Tina Holman, Sara Prescott, and Nina Sowers; maternal grandparents, Gene and Mary Neidhardt; maternal great grandmother, Floetta Newland; and nephews, Sean Holman, Raymond and James Prescott. He was preceeded in death by his brother, Ryan; paternal grandparents, Richard and Donna Sowers; and maternal great grandfather, Harry Zartman.
Place and time of service: 1:00 PM Saturday, December 4, 1999
Den Herder Funeral Home, Paulding, Ohio.
Rev. David Proctor officiating. Interment: St. Paul Cemetery
You are sadly missed but not forgotten. We love you, Rich. Your death has not changed that. Until we meet again in Paradise.........
AUGUST 27,1976-NOVEMBER 30,1999
BELOVED SON, BROTHER, UNCLE,
|Music: I HONESTLY LOVE YOU
Olivia Newton John
|Come to me all who labor and are heavy laden and I will give you rest.