|To the Editor: Carrillo family thanks those who comforted them|
|Written by Manuel, Melissa, Manny, and Madison Carrillo|
|Wednesday, 26 December 2012 09:08|
Six short weeks ago, our lives were forever changed when we unexpectedly lost our 16 year old daughter, Morgan. During this time, we have learned a great deal about life and just how truly blessed we are as a family. We are so lucky to have the family and many friends that we do have in our lives. It gives us much comfort in knowing we have you there to depend on and knowing that Morgan left her lasting touch on each one of your lives.
We sit here searching for the words to say, as "thank you" just doesn't seem adequate enough. We are lucky to be a part of the Rudolph and Bowling Green communities that are full of amazing people and we are thankful for each of you. Not one person's kindness or support has gone unnoticed. Our family continues to be overwhelmed by the love and generosity that has been shown to us - the prayers, the kind words, the cards, the food, all of the donations and the outpouring of love at Morgan's visitation, funeral and benefit dinner. You have all touched our lives and hearts and we will forever be grateful for you.
God bless each and every one of you. May peace and love fill your hearts today and always!
Manuel, Melissa, Manny, and Madison Carrillo
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