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Thread: Jay Sulzmann: In Memoriam (1946-2009)

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    Article: Jay Sulzmann: In Memoriam (1946-2009)

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    Feb 2007
    I was much saddened to read of the passing of Jay. I will say the best thing that can be said of any man, and what (I hope) some might say of me: He was a good Guy!

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    Praise the Lord that he was finally healed.I never met him (that I know of), but I am sure he was a fantastic person to know that had a real zeal for the Lord and who desired Him above all other things. I'm sure that he will be missed.To the family, there's always a reason for everything that occurs, and that reason brings glory to the Kingdom. Jay may be gone, but all he did was go Home. You'll see him again someday. I pray that you may be strengthened in Him through these circumstances, and that the Spirit rests upon you during this time.


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