Till We Meet Again
April 2, 2009, Carol Brocklehurst passed away after a long, crippling siege with gout, rheumatoid arthritis and emphysema. Her unexcelled sense of humor, sincerity and continual positive attitude impacted family members and friends impelling them to enthusiastically face the trials of t heir own life with confifidence and optimism. Sixty years of happy marriage in these times of increasing divorce rates prompted George Brocklehurst to write this story of his and Carols steadily growing love for each other. This humble tribute to his love for Carol tells the story of times of sadness as well as times of triumph,joy and thanksgiving.
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