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Melanie Dempsey
November 3
I didn't know Mr. Sisco very well, but in the times I met him he was always pleasant and nice to talk to. He had a kindness about him that made you remember him. I'm very sorry to hear of his passing. My condolences to his family and friends.
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Muriel and Jim Cross
October 20
Fred and Family

So sorry for the loss of your brother.
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Kevin and Dolores Patterson
October 17
Sorry to hear of Herald's passing. God bless your family.
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Charles & Susan Caldwell
October 17
Fred Sisco and family,

We're sorry to hear of your families loss.

Our hearts, thoughts and prayers are with you.

God bless,

Charles & Susan Caldwell
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Sheila Staples
October 17
Dear Gerald & Sharon
So sorry to hear of your Brothers passing. Holding
you and your other family members up before the
throne of grace in prayer. ...
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Donnellan Keltie
October 16
So sorry for your loss. In my thoughts and prayers for peace and comfort
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Pastor Justin & Grace MacKenzie
October 16
Sending our condolences and prayers for the family. Pastor Justin MacKenzie & One Church, Halifax
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Pastor John Mean
October 16
Over the many years that I had pastored Harold; I think of his quiet and gentle nature. Not given to many words, yet his presence was always known and appreciated.
His attendance and participation with us at Calvary Tabernacle was always an addition to our fellowship and...
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James and Judy Underwood
October 16
Harold was indeed a Gentle Giant. One may question his stature in height but that was not what made him a giant. He was a giant in his integrity and character. I have many fond memories of him at Calvary Tabernacle on Windsor St and his gentle nature has been and always ... Continue Reading
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Rev. & Mrs. Donald McCarty
October 16
Sending our deepest sympathy and prayer for your comfort and peace in this time of sorrow. May you feel God's Presence surrounding you as to walk this valley.
Rev. Don and Betty McCarty