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Tuesday, June 03, 2008

Jacob Abraham Dash

today I funeralized my father; it was the toughest task I have ever had put on my plate. My father had been ill for sometime and I though I was emotionally prepared for the task at hand but I was not. My father was a career military man, a football / sports fanatic, along with being old school in the way he carried himself, so I must apologize to my father, coach Dash, Sir for my unit seems to be flawed I seem to have some strange fluid that escapes my eyes from time to time, upon completion of this blog post I will drop and give you 20. The funeral services were nicely done, very tasteful and the funeral parlor (Fisher Funeral Parlor) in Durham, NC did a magnificent job (Thank-you) my family and I are appreciative of your great works. My father received full military honors and also was laid to rest masonicly by the brothers in Durham 26th Masonic District,PHA.F&AM through communications with my fathers home lodge in Austin, TX Roger Hughes #624;PHA.F&AM. The military honor guard was fabulous, they did justice to my fathers military career.

It is hard to say goodbye to such a complicated melody as my father; fortunately I will see him again in heaven. Thank-you for all the memories (good and bad), your earthly body is dead but your spirit and soul shall live on.

GOD bless you father go and be with our heavenly Father, I love you.

1 comment:

  1. Jerrold,
    I am so very sorry for the loss of your father. It has been a little over a year since my mother's passing.
    You inspire me, and I just wanted you to know that you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers even moreso at this time. I love the pictures of your girls. I have two, as well, 4 years and another is 16 months. They remind me of Mama daily.
    God bless you and your family,
    Angie in South Carolina


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