IN MEMORY

Andrew Sagorski

son, brother, husband, father, friend

6/29/69–3/11/10

 


 

This week I honor and remember my husband, Andrew James Sagorski. I am no doubt a better person because of him. He has taught me to quietly listen, cook with love, garden with pride, follow a lead in dance, smile at funny one-liners, appreciate good food, be graciously hospitable, give unselfishly, love unconditionally. Our marriage has forever changed me… and the painful loss of his earthly life has forever changed me. I am thankful for the hope in heaven we have and for a day when all wrong things will be made right. We grieve so deeply for we have loved so deeply.

(I am truly humbled and thankful for my family, friends, co-workers, church, and the Rockford community for embracing our family during these last 12 months. We are blessed and eternally grateful.)

 

Melissa and children

 

 

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