In the book of Revelation, God had this to say to the church at Ephesus: (Revelation 2:4).Ephesus was one of the most loving churches in the New Testament, and yet somewhere along the way they lost that initial thrill of knowing Christ.He passed away April 10, 2012 at Texas County Memorial Hospital in Houston, MO at the age of 65 years.He was preceded in death by his parents Carl and Mary Sallee; two brothers Jerry Sallee and Dennis Sallee; one niece Jessie Sechrest and his life-long companion Laura Jane Hardwick.A large number of the obituaries transcribed here are from The Current Wave newspaper at Eminence, Missouri.Permission was granted by The Current Wave to Kathy Welch Heidel, former coordinator of this page, to list these obituaries which have been transcribed by a dedicated researcher.
In 1990, he met his life-long companion Laura Jane Hardwick and was together for many years. Finally, the fawn sprang to its feet, wobbled a bit and scampered off. Time stood still for a moment as we stared at each other in disbelief!Jerry and Nancy moved to Ogden in 1958 to pursue his teaching career, and in 1972 they moved to South Ogden where they resided at the time of his death.Jerry was a teacher at the Utah School for the Deaf for 29 years, retiring in 1987.I sat on my porch with my Bible and a hot mug of coffee. Probably the same fawn my neighbor had seen nursing from its mom the day before. If so, what is God saying to you through today’s scripture and devotion? Upload the picture you want associated with that email address and you're all set! However, this morning, as I looked out over my backyard, my eyes landed on a mound of fur nestled in the grass. My heart sank as I discovered what appeared to be a curled-up lifeless baby fawn. Is there anything in your life that you feel is a lost cause? Visit and create a free account with the email address you use to leave comments on blogs and other websites.What do you do when you’ve lost that lovin’ feelin’ in your marriage?Maybe you truly adored your husband in the beginning, but now you can’t remember why. I will attach tendons to you and make flesh come upon you and cover you with skin; I will put breath in you, and you will come to life. To celebrate Valentine’s Day, check out Sharon Jaynes’ new book, Read the verses in Ezekiel 37:1-10. The sort of way that leaves you wondering if it will survive. says to these bones: I will make breath enter you, and you will come to life. It’s easy for the routine of life to lull marriage into a sleepy slumber.