Emmerich: There is no end, just a beginning

By WYATT EMMERICH PRESIDENT EMMERICH NEWSPAPERS,

On Friday, the day after Thanksgiving, we buried my step father-in-law.

It was a beautiful ceremony at St. Philips Episcopal Church on Old Canton Road. Rev. C.J. Meaders played a beautiful song on his guitar. The homily was lovely. And so we said goodbye to Jeff.

 
 
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