I was so sad to hear of Earl’a passing. We worked together at National Tire for years. He was always very kind and soft spoken. Rest in peace my friend.
Earl worked with us at National Tire and Wheel for years until his recent retirement. We heard of his passing just today. Needless to say we are all shocked and are in disbelief. Earl was more than just a coworker but was a true friend. You could not ask for an easier going person than Earl. He will be sorely missed. Rest in peace Earl.
My heart goes out to the family. I am so sorry for your loss. No pain hurts worse than the pain of losing someone that you love. Beverly was loved and she will be dearly missed. Again, I am so sorry. Though the pain you’re feeling must seem unbearable, please remember that you are not alone. Psalms 46:1 says, “God is our refuge and strength, a help that is readily found in times of distress.” Pray to Him for strength. Weep to Him when there are no words. One of the poets of the Bible said at Psalms 56:8, “You keep track of my wandering. Do collect my tears in your skin bottle.” You see, God understands your pain and He cares for you very much (1 Peter 5:7) and He will really help you get through this difficult time (Isaiah 41:10).
Shocked and saddened upon hear of my old friends passing. Was a great pal and comrade at West Liberty State. One of the few individuals in my life the was liked by all that came in contact with him. He will be missed.
Sorry to hear this. I went to West Liberty with Earl. Bought my first college text book from him on Economics. Very nice guy. We used to hang out at Yike’s Pizza and the Warsaw 40 years ago. He played the harmonica well and was a big Rolling Stones fan from the beginning. Never heard a bad word said about him by anyone. RIP Earl.