Condolence: So sorry for your loss, I have fond memories of Leola she was my neighbor when I was a teen, very kind and loving person. I had planned on coming to her funeral, but the weather was nasty here in Brookville. my love and prayers to all the family.
Condolence: Oh how I wish I could be there to grieve with our family over the passing of my beloved Aunt Sis! RIP my lovely, thoughtful, and kind Aunt Leola. You were one of a kind, and my heart will always think of you with fondness and love.
Condolence: To the Family of Leola Plubell: In the Bible at Psalms 90:10 it refers to those who live well into their 70’s or 80’s as being ‘especially strong.’ Your beloved was blessed with this strength. May that strength trickle down to family and friends helping you to cope in the days ahead. As you cherish warm memories, lean on God for ‘everlasting comfort and good hope’, 2 Thessalonians 2:16, 17 for he is close to those who are ‘brokenhearted’ Psalms 34: 18. My deepest sympathy.