I am so very sorry for the loss of such a beautiful soul!! I had the honor of getting to know Louise, through helping out at Meadow Brook. She gained my respect immediately and to see the way that she cared about they people at the nursing home really blessed me. I also enjoyed singing the "Old Time" songs with her.....which sometimes would go on for an hour or so. She will be deeply missed by many, but I KNOW she is at peace and rejoicing today with our LORD!! My most sincere condolences to her family. May GOD give you grace during this most difficult season.
-Rev. Matt Essig (Sterling Valley Community Church)
Her endless energy and knowledge helped our chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma to thrive. When we didn't know something, we would always say "ask Louise!" It didn't matter if she already was too busy, she always had time for us. Although I have moved out of state, she still send me e-cards and kept in touch. She loved hearing about my family. Louise will be so greatly missed. I am so blessed to have known her. My thoughts and prayers go out to family, friends and other Alpha Iota sisters.
With empathy please accept my condolence for the loss of your dear loved one. In times of this nature, all of us need encouragement and comfort, how we appreciate those who lovingly offer it! When we are faced with situations so perplexing that we do not know what to do or say, prayer can be the key, the Bible says “the spirit itself pleads for us.” Then GOD, the “Hearer of prayer,” accepts our heartfelt prayers.-Psalm. 65:2.
I met Louise in 2017. I was staying on Rt. 7 with my sister while she was receiving treatment for cancer. I live in Scotia, N. Y. My niece, Debbie Giberson, invited me to a service at the Hannibal Methodist Church with Rev. Fleming. Louise was the first person to greet myself and my husband. As time went along I came to know Louise more. She was a gifted lady in many ways. Our time together was short, but Louise and I had an immediate friendship. We did phone each other after I returned to Scotia.
My niece called today to tell me about Louise. My husband died in November of last year. I understand loss, but I also trust resurrection. May you have peace in your hearts.
With Sincere Sympathy,
Dianne H. Johnson