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Lillian M. Coppernoll

December 12, 1928 - December 18, 2021

Posted by:
Jerry Coppernoll

Posted on:
December 28, 2021

Mom, if only you could come back and stay just a little while longer. I really want to hear your voice again. And see your smile. I want to tell you how much I love you. I want to hold you tight and never let you go. I am devastated that we weren’t able to see you over Christmas as we had planned but I am so glad we got to hug and kiss you for the last time this summer. Little things we read sometimes help in grieving and I’m reminded that we don’t just lose someone once, we lose them again every time we remember them and remember that they are gone. Again. It’s a journey, and there is no end to loss, there is just learning to know how to deal with the shock each time we realize they are gone. A mother’s love is always with her children. They say that losing a mother is one of the deepest sorrows a heart can know. But mom’s goodness, her caring, and her wisdom live on, like a legacy of love that will always be with us. May that love surround us now and bring us peace. Mom, I’ll never forget all the good things you’ve helped me experience, so many times and too many to relive here, and I’ll never forget all the advice you’ve given me in life. I really miss you. Mother, sleep peacefully in our Saviors arms until that glorious reunion when Christ Jesus comes again, and we lift up our eyes to heaven and say, Lo, this is our God, we have waited for Him and He will save us! (Isaiah 25:9) Amen. Come soon Lord Jesus!

Posted by:
Jeff Coppernoll

Posted on:
December 27, 2021

Love and miss you grandma. Give grandpa a big hug for me and I know I will see you again.