RoseAnn V. Shawiak (October 6,1950 / New Jersey)
Reaching Out Of Sorrow
Families and friends holding hands, hugging one another, trying to get closer to Jim and Scott somehow through their genuine love for one another.
Photos forever etched in mind's of love, never to be forgotten as every heart holds so much sorrow - yet such bittersweet joy of two lives so closely entwined with an entire community, their extended family - all of us here in Phoenix.
When our eyes look to heaven, we will always see your smiles and never forget you or your families.
Thank you for sharing your lives and now your memories with us.
Our prayers are with you as we light candles for you and loved ones.
Take care of one another and if by chance you need one of us, we'll be there to help or serve any way we're able.
For now, just being here is all we can offer until you reach out of sorrow.
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