Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Saddened :-(


CHICAGO has lost a great fire fighter in this mornings tragic event. A friend of my husbands, Corey Ankum. Keep his family and the other fallen heroes and their fam in your thoughts and prayers. :-(

6 comments:

Bebbi said...

So sorry for your loss. You and the family are in my prayers and thoughts.

I am new here but really enjoy your positive attitude and your blog very much.

Tia's Real Talk said...

Bebbi- Welcome! And thank you sooo much. I didn't know Corey but my hubby did. I've been thinking about it all day so I can only imagine whats going on in his head. I look forward to stopping by your side of the blogspot. ;)

Moanerplicity said...

They are a Special Breed of
human, these brave men
& women who run
into burning buildings
when the rest of us would
flee from them.

God rest his courageous soul
and give Grace to those
who loved
and now grieve him.

Sad to lose a loved one in this season.


One.

Tia's Real Talk said...

You do not know how much your words are appreciated!! He was a dear friend to my hubby that I had never met. He was just sharing some "Corey" jokes. He was a comedian and kept people laughing. Thank you both for you care and concern.

Blinders Off said...

Sorry to hear about the loss of friend husband and a the friend of your husband. I will say a prayer for them as I continue to pray for my daughter's friend who loss her 4-year old son in a one car accident.

Please keep Kristen and her family in your prayers, I created a You Tube video of pictures she posted the day of the accident on her FB page when she was released from the hospital.

Here is the Link to the you tube video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WDuktUwsvhE

A Memorial FB page was created in Hayden's memory, if you are on FB the page is titled:

In Memory of Hayden Miller

Tia's Real Talk said...

I saw the tribute and my heart is in pain! But I will stand in the gap for her and her family. I will join the page and reach out to her if I can. Thank you for sharing. We don't know why these things happen but I know the GOD I serve! He allows things for a purpose and it is ALWAYS a blessing in diguise.