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July 10, 2006


Kat in GA - a Soldiers' Angel

Amen. We will seek to honor his memory always. Thank you, Sir.

Janae Rambow

Pastor Corey- Thank you for sharing Kyle's Sermon with all of us. Take care.

Steve and Janae

Patricia Zank

Hello Chaplain Cory,
Thank you for sharing this tribute to Kyle. Our heart aches for the loved ones he left behind,but oh!!how great it is to know where Kyle's final resting place is. He was someone to be very proud of a person you would want for a friend/buddy,son, husband, uncle, best friend. A soldier to serve with and trust to cover you.
From what I read he was proud to be a soldier, serving his country.
May God bless you all, your memories of Kyle can never be taken from you.
In Christian Faith & Love Stan & Pat Zank
Chaplain we look forward to your On Line Chaplain Feed Blitz

Jon Anderson


God's peace and strength as you serve our Lord and our country so far from home in this season.

We remembered you all in the sermon and prayers at a Blue Christmas service in Clarkfield last night. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

It was great to see the new sanctuary at Peace a few weeks ago. What fine planning the team did in putting together a place for God's people to gather to receive the Word and sacraments.

There have been a number of deaths in my family in the past months. I have decided a merry Christmas might be tough. But I know that I will have a blessed Christmas as I hear the Good News again.

May God bless you all in surprising ways with a blessed Christmas.

+ Pr. Jon Anderson
Bishop, Southwestern Minnesota ELCA

P.S. Greet the folks from SW MN and New Ulm for me.

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