Thank you for your support following our recent loss

2013-01-04T00:00:00Z Thank you for your support following our recent loss nwitimes.com
January 04, 2013 12:00 am  • 

We would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who has reached out to us in the days following our recent loss. Our family has been overwhelmed by your care and concern.

We will be forever grateful for the inspirational words and acts of kindness from family, friends, current and former co-workers, classmates, neighbors and community members. From those we know well to those we do not know at all, your love and support has been nothing short of amazing.

We are truly blessed, and it touches our hearts to know how much Mark's writing impacted so many.

We draw strength from our faith in God and know that He will enable us to cope in the coming days. A long and sometimes difficult road lies ahead, and we ask for your continued prayers as we navigate our new reality.

We will never forget all those who reached out to us.

- The family of Mark Kiesling

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