Larry Spaulding / a good friend
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Spaulding, Lawrence S.,
March 5, 2011
Lawrence Smith Spaulding
Cherished husband, father, grandfather and friend “relocated” to Heaven March 2, 2011.
He is survived by his wife of 43 years, Linda (Steckhan) Spaulding; children, Tad (Julianne) Spaulding, Tracey (Marshall) Best; grandchildren, Alex, Makenzie, Morgan, Chloe, Noah, and Landon Spaulding, Cecily, William, Elliot, Meredith, Emiline, and Cedric Best; as well as brothers, Robert (Linda), Max (Deborah), and Kenneth (Kathy) Spaulding. This man, who touched the world around him with kindness, compassion, and love, will be greatly missed by his family as well as an extended family and friends and will never be forgotten. To God be the glory;
great things he has done. A memorial service will be held Sunday, March 6, 2011 at 6:00 p.m. at First Church of the Nazarene
, 9401 E. 25th St., Indianapolis, IN
, 46229, with visitation from 2:00 p.m. until the time of services. Memorial contributions may be made to First Church of the Nazarene. Arrangements are entrusted to Shirley Brothers Washington Memorial Chapel
LARRY SPAULDING – A man who always made you feel at home, comfortable, encouraging, a joy to be around- Thank you Lord for Larry! Larry Spaulding went to be with the Lord last night. Larry and Linda are very close friends for the past 40+ years. We will miss Larry very much. Very happy for Larry, no more suffering – He is with our Lord Jesus Christ. Linda, we will be praying for you, and looking forward to seeing you soon. We love you.-your friends Jerry and Marsha Lingle
What Happens When You Die? At Home with the Lord.
But does that mean that dying and going to be with Christ does not happen, or that it is not good? No. Paul puts things back in perspective again in verses 6–8.
Therefore, being always of good courage, and knowing that while we are at home in the body we are absent from the Lord [the full intimacy we long for is not possible here]—for we walk by faith, not by sight—we are of good courage, I say, and prefer rather to be absent from the body and to be at home with the Lord