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January 26 2000
Jene Dale James from La Mirada
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  Every time I hear the oboe or the english horn played, I will always think of Missy. She played with absolute beauty. I can not wait when I get to heaven so I can play along with her to praise God.
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January 25 2000
Myron,Genista and Jared Friesen from Christchurch, New Zealand
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  dear steve, wanda, julie, and sarah, We think about you all often and pray that the Lord will continue to fill you with his strength and peace. If you are ever down under we would love to ave you stay with us. As we've been packing our things to move, we've found pictures from the old days in the youth ministry that remind us of how special your family is. God bless you!
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January 24 2000
Mickey & Jim Penrose from Los Altos CA
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  We love you and miss you lots. We promise to pray for your family and help care for them until we all meet again in His eternal Kingdom. We look forward to hearing you play your beautiful music again!
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January 23 2000
Donna Kastle from Los Gatos
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  My prayers are with you
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January 22 2000
Daniel & Tammy Monroe from Santa Clara
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  What a beautiful & precious memory of beautiful & precious person. Thank you for sharing this with us. Our prayers are with you all of you. God Bless you.
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January 21 2000
Matt Karnes from Menlo Park, California
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  I had met Missy- but never knew her. All I know of her is what I learned from the people who love her and spoke for her at her memorial service. O how poorer the Earth is for having lost her. If the life of her shown through the memories and eulogies of her friends was so bright surely she was an incandescent in person. & Is incandescent even more now- in death than in life. For though the the Earth is a pauper for her absence- heaven is richer for her presence. The light of her life is now with that Light in Who's image she was made. And we know that just as she was changed from her glory in life to her glory in death (for precious to the Lord is the death of his children) she will be changed- gloriously- once again. When the trumpet sounds- when the brightness of the sun is put to shame by the Light- Missy will be raised from the grave just as her Lord was raised from the grave. Praise God! What a day of rejoicing that will be!
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January 20 2000
Rebecca Monroe from Sunnyvale
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  What a beautiful picture of Missy. Thank you for inviting me to visit this Website. I will visit it often. Rebecca.
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January 19 2000
Dan Koch from San Jose, CA
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  Missy was really awesome. I wish I could have gotten to know her better.
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January 18 2000
Tom & Deb from Los Gatos
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  Our prayers and thoughts remain with Missy and the rest of the family (all God's Children). We love you all!
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January 17 2000
Gene Kwon from Danville CA
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  It's said that to remember a face, you have to place it in the context of a memory. As a member of CYS, I knew Missy, which is to say that I knew her as our English horn player. And so my personal context will always be the only view I remember her in- from my seat as a trombonist, glancing in her direction upon hearing her instrument, below me to my left : a view of her right profile, lips pursed over her reed, her cheeks rosy as she coaxed out music. I know the quick grin, my slight nod of brief admiration in that moment, was a response to that beauty mentioned of her honest, earnest expression in her sweet solitary instrument.
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