In loving memory DAD bright

 

Mike Simmons

In loving memory DAD bright 2

   Dad June 2011

  * Houston, Texas on the 12 December 1945

† Heringen, Germany on the 30 of January 2015

 

     My Dad was probably the most misunderstood person in this world. He passed away on this day in 2015. When he did he left a lot of people scratching their heads and asking themselves - who was this mysterious figur of a man?


      Well let me try to explain it to you. First and foremost he was a very caring and responsible man who always did his best to see to it that the family after God were second. A person like him you probably would'nt recognize in a room full of people because he would'nt take the stage, oh but when he did, then he would automatically capture the whole audience wether it was his singing voice or with his great authority of the Bible and our Lord. Although not as well spoken as the best of men he still would capture your attention.


      My father was more of a teacher than a preacher, but he always loved God. I remember one Sunday a long time ago when he was preaching and I must have been doing something wrong, sitting in the one of the pews listening or not to one of his sermons. He told me to straighten up in the middle of his sentence. I don't know why I remember that so well, but I know now that after that moment for some reason I had an unknown admoration for him and what he did.


      I will miss him with all of my heart and hope that when I get to heaven I can hear his uncanny jokes again and laugh with him before Jesus. I LOVE YOU DADDY AND I MISS YOU WITH ALL OF MY HEART.

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 In loving memory DAD bright

 

Mike Simmons

In loving memory DAD bright 2

   Dad June 2011

  * Houston, Texas on the 12 December 1945

† Heringen, Germany on the 30 of January 2015

 

     My Dad was probably the most misunderstood person in this world. He passed away on this day in 2015. When he did he left a lot of people scratching their heads and asking themselves - who was this mysterious figur of a man?


      Well let me try to explain it to you. First and foremost he was a very caring and responsible man who always did his best to see to it that the family after God were second. A person like him you probably would'nt recognize in a room full of people because he would'nt take the stage, oh but when he did, then he would automatically capture the whole audience wether it was his singing voice or with his great authority of the Bible and our Lord. Although not as well spoken as the best of men he still would capture your attention.


      My father was more of a teacher than a preacher, but he always loved God. I remember one Sunday a long time ago when he was preaching and I must have been doing something wrong, sitting in the one of the pews listening or not to one of his sermons. He told me to straighten up in the middle of his sentence. I don't know why I remember that so well, but I know now that after that moment for some reason I had an unknown admoration for him and what he did.


      I will miss him with all of my heart and hope that when I get to heaven I can hear his uncanny jokes again and laugh with him before Jesus. I LOVE YOU DADDY AND I MISS YOU WITH ALL OF MY HEART.

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