John Ellwood Manconi

September 14, 1931 ~ January 19, 2019

 God looked around His garden
 And found an empty place.
 He then looked down upon the earth
 And saw your tired face.
 He put His arms around you
 And lifted you to rest.
 God's garden must be beautiful
 He always takes the best.
 He knew that you were suffering
 He knew that you were in pain
 He knew that you would never
 Get well on earth again.
 He saw the road was getting rough
 And the hills were hard to climb,
 So he closed your weary eyelids,
 And whispered, "Peace be Thine."
 It broke our hearts to lose you
 But you didn't go alone

 For part of us went with you
 The day God called you home.

I love and miss you so very much John!
Your loving wife Nadine Manconi.


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