Condolence: My deepest condolences are extended to the family of Paul Joseph Perkovich. May you always cherish the precious memories of your dear loved one, and may you rely on Jehovah, the God of all comfort for strength and support during this difficult time and in the days ahead. (2 Corinthians 1:3-4) How comforting to know that God not only has the power but the desire to reunite us with our loved ones by means of the resurrection hope Jesus spoke of at John 5:28-29. Furthermore, many are fortified by Biblical promises of a paradise earth free of pain and suffering. We can also take comfort in God's personal promise to "wipe out every tear" and that soon, even "death will be no more" (Revelation 21: 4) May you look to the Bible for comfort from our creator, Jehovah God who has the power to restore life to our loved ones on a paradise earth(Matthew 5:5, Matthew 6:10). Further comforting scriptures can be found on the website jw.org.
Condolence: We are devastated by the news about Perk. Jennifer spent a lot of time with Neil and I in her younger years and throughout college. When Jennifer first brought Perk to our house in Centreville, VA in the late 1990's, we were impressed by his passion for sports, his love of live and his unbelievable passion for coaching kids. (Then I thought, OMG--my baby sister found herself a NEIL! I wondered what Dad would say to having 2 sons-in-law who play for a living and get paid to do it!)
I can't say enough about the guy who loved my baby sister and gave our families two beautiful kiddies. Father Larry said Perk's life was a gift. So, that makes life a present. Make the most of yours. Play hard. Help others. Do the right thing. But, most of all--EAT THE ROWNIES!
Condolence: I'm heartbroken for all of you, and at the same time that I reflect on Perk and how he lived I feel so glad that he was such a dedicated person, father and husband. He is an example to all of us and I know, for sure, that you'll see him again.
Condolence: I wish you peace and comfort during this time of sorrow. (2 Corinthians 1:2-4) The
Bible gives true hope of being reunited again with your loved one. (John 5:28, 29) The
Bible promises that your loved one will soon come back to life in the resurrection in
the paradise on the earth. (Acts 24:15)