41 entries.
Anna Durrant and Family from High Wycombe wrote on June 14, 2018 at 8:24 am:
Rest in eternal peace
Rest in eternal peace
Kerrie, Keneil & Kayenna from Kingstown wrote on May 21, 2018 at 3:04 pm:
Our hearts are saddened by the tragic loss and while we are not there to physically support the family, we pray that you would be comforted by God’s assurances during this devastating time. The circumstances surrounding Samantha’s passing are indeed horrific and unbelievable. Finding the right words to say seems like an impossible task. We are reminded that in just a breath, so many things can change. May you be blessed with the strength to cope daily and a peace within even if you are unable to find answers to the many questions which may be running through your mind. Continue to cherish those precious moments you spent with her and the bonds you shared as her life was too... Read more
Our hearts are saddened by the tragic loss and while we are not there to physically support the family, we pray that you would be comforted by God’s assurances during this devastating time. The circumstances surrounding Samantha’s passing are indeed horrific and unbelievable. Finding the right words to say seems like an impossible task. We are reminded that in just a breath, so many things can change. May you be blessed with the strength to cope daily and a peace within even if you are unable to find answers to the many questions which may be running through your mind. Continue to cherish those precious moments you spent with her and the bonds you shared as her life was too short. Sending our love to our dear Uncle Wilmoth and the grieving family.
Simone pyle from Reading wrote on May 19, 2018 at 9:27 pm:
Meeting Samantha as a child I think if I’m right I was 10 years old. I think it was when I had my first proper conversation with my friends from High Wycombe at a area 5 sports day in High Wycombe many year ago. On the day she died we had just completed a bike ride, riding against knife crime so it was was heartbreaking to hear this precious life was taken this way. My love, thoughts and prayers are with the family. My prayer is for Gods loving care & comfort & strength for all the family during this difficult time and days & years ahead. Samantha will be missed by all those who knew her.Love to you all.
Meeting Samantha as a child I think if I’m right I was 10 years old. I think it was when I had my first proper conversation with my friends from High Wycombe at a area 5 sports day in High Wycombe many year ago. On the day she died we had just completed a bike ride, riding against knife crime so it was was heartbreaking to hear this precious life was taken this way. My love, thoughts and prayers are with the family. My prayer is for Gods loving care & comfort & strength for all the family during this difficult time and days & years ahead. Samantha will be missed by all those who knew her.Love to you all.
Carmen carthy from London wrote on May 19, 2018 at 12:03 pm:
My heart 💓 is so sad, a precious soul has taken from us so suddenly. Only God knows why. I shall cherish all the memories that I had with Samantha from when she was born till death, she was taken.
My heart 💓 is so sad, a precious soul has taken from us so suddenly. Only God knows why. I shall cherish all the memories that I had with Samantha from when she was born till death, she was taken.
Maria from London wrote on May 17, 2018 at 9:45 am:
My condolences to the Bullock family. May the grace of God continue to strengthen the family at this time of bereavement. Knowing that the Lord Jesus Christ will Be with you always and that I am praying for the family. Love from Maria & Ramone . 😇🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽
My condolences to the Bullock family. May the grace of God continue to strengthen the family at this time of bereavement. Knowing that the Lord Jesus Christ will Be with you always and that I am praying for the family. Love from Maria & Ramone . 😇🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽
The Layne’s from UK wrote on May 14, 2018 at 7:38 pm:
“Grief, I’ve learned, is really just love with no place to go.” It’s all the love you want to give, but cannot. All that unspent love gathers up in the corners of your eyes, the lump in your throat, and in that hollow part of your chest. Grief is just love with no place to go.” ~ Jamie Anderson. May God comfort you all at this difficult time. God is Love. Grief, I’ve learned, is really just love with no place to go.” The Layne’s.
“Grief, I’ve learned, is really just love with no place to go.” It’s all the love you want to give, but cannot. All that unspent love gathers up in the corners of your eyes, the lump in your throat, and in that hollow part of your chest. Grief is just love with no place to go.” ~ Jamie Anderson. May God comfort you all at this difficult time. God is Love. Grief, I’ve learned, is really just love with no place to go.” The Layne’s.
Pastor, Dr. Andrew Leonce from Castries, St. Lucia wrote on May 14, 2018 at 2:14 am:
What a blow, its like a dream, unbelievable. We are just reading the news now. It shows how devastating sin can get and how human beings are becoming more and more wicked every day. Gabrielle and I are so shocked to hear this and we are praying that God will comfort and sustain you through this difficult experience, and we know He will. Please accept our condolences. If it were possible, we would have traveled tomorrow to join the family. Your Friends in Christ. Pastor and sister Leonce (NB: I served as pastor at High Wycombe SDA Church up till December 2010 before returning to serve in St Lucia where we are currently pastoring three churches)
What a blow, its like a dream, unbelievable. We are just reading the news now. It shows how devastating sin can get and how human beings are becoming more and more wicked every day. Gabrielle and I are so shocked to hear this and we are praying that God will comfort and sustain you through this difficult experience, and we know He will. Please accept our condolences. If it were possible, we would have traveled tomorrow to join the family. Your Friends in Christ. Pastor and sister Leonce (NB: I served as pastor at High Wycombe SDA Church up till December 2010 before returning to serve in St Lucia where we are currently pastoring three churches)
Violet Thomas from Reading wrote on May 12, 2018 at 12:54 pm:
My dearest brother and sister in law, Wilmoth and Camilla, children and grandchildren, I am still in shock and disbelief over the senseless tragedy of my beautiful and precious niece Samantha. It’s a terrible shame to lose someone so young and with such promise. Sam was ripped away from us in such an unbelievably miserable and harsh way. I cannot fathom the thoughts that must be going through your minds. But I can offer my shoulders to help you bear this heavy burden, I can petition God to send an army of angels to strengthen you, and I can cry with you. I am here 100% for you every step of the way during this time of great need. Losing... Read more
My dearest brother and sister in law, Wilmoth and Camilla, children and grandchildren, I am still in shock and disbelief over the senseless tragedy of my beautiful and precious niece Samantha. It’s a terrible shame to lose someone so young and with such promise. Sam was ripped away from us in such an unbelievably miserable and harsh way. I cannot fathom the thoughts that must be going through your minds. But I can offer my shoulders to help you bear this heavy burden, I can petition God to send an army of angels to strengthen you, and I can cry with you. I am here 100% for you every step of the way during this time of great need. Losing a niece is almost like losing a daughter. I was devastated to hear of the loss of my sweet niece. I am overcome with countless fond memories of Sam that would fill many pages. It seemed like yesterday she was a little girl with bows and ribbons in her hair, running around with smiles and laughter. As her aunt, I watched her become a lovely woman and dedicated mother, who was planning such a bright future ahead, especially for her son Josh. I esteem her high for also being a very caring niece, loyal daughter, cherished sister and considerate friend. I have beautiful and enduring sentiments of her that will remain in my heart forever. I love you Sam! Samantha’s sudden and horrific death remains unbearable and beyond painful for me. Tears cannot stop falling from the time I heard the news and especially when I think of her last moments. My heart bleeds, yet I know the deep pain I am experiencing pales to that of her father, mother, brothers, sister, husband and son. My heart grieves for each of you! Such a tragedy serves to remind us of how fragile life is and that we can never know what tomorrow will bring. Let us treasure the memories of Sam and may these sustain us during this time of sorrow. Let us continue to look to our heavenly Father and claim the promise that He heals the broken-hearted! Keep holding on to God, our Sustainer and Deliverer. I will continue to support and comfort you in every way that I can. Wilmoth, Camilla & family I love you all dearly. "The song is ended, but the melody lingers on…" I consider that what we suffer at this present time cannot be compared at all with the glory that is going to be revealed to us. – Romans 8:18
Shelly from High Wycombe wrote on May 11, 2018 at 5:11 pm:
Rest in Peace Samantha, got nothing but good memories from back in the day. You’ll be missed by all who loved and knew you....’till we meet again’ x
Rest in Peace Samantha, got nothing but good memories from back in the day. You’ll be missed by all who loved and knew you....’till we meet again’ x
Anne Marie Yearwood from Conyers wrote on May 11, 2018 at 12:46 pm:
My heart grieves with you in the death of your child. I do not know how you feel... I can only imagine. I always believe no parent should have to bury their children. I know she is out of pain. She’s in your heart. She will live on forever. Hang in there my dear. I am here for your support if you should ever need me..... RIP 👼 😇
My heart grieves with you in the death of your child. I do not know how you feel... I can only imagine. I always believe no parent should have to bury their children. I know she is out of pain. She’s in your heart. She will live on forever. Hang in there my dear. I am here for your support if you should ever need me..... RIP 👼 😇
Melisa Joseph from Reading wrote on May 10, 2018 at 7:40 pm:
Matthew 5:4 'Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted'. With sympathy. Thinking of you at this sad time and sending love. My deepest condolences. Rest in peace Samantha! God bless.
Matthew 5:4 'Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted'. With sympathy. Thinking of you at this sad time and sending love. My deepest condolences. Rest in peace Samantha! God bless.
Michele from Buckinghamshire wrote on May 10, 2018 at 12:50 pm:
Sending our love and condolences to the Bullock family. May God continue to give you comfort and strength. RIP Samantha, gone too soon. God bless, McCook family. 🙏🏽❤️🙏🏽❤️
Sending our love and condolences to the Bullock family. May God continue to give you comfort and strength. RIP Samantha, gone too soon. God bless, McCook family. 🙏🏽❤️🙏🏽❤️
Janice Thomas from High Wycombe wrote on May 9, 2018 at 6:52 pm:
My beautiful Samantha, you were taken from us so suddenly. Words cannot express how I feel. Rest in peace my darling until we meet again xxx ❤️
My beautiful Samantha, you were taken from us so suddenly. Words cannot express how I feel. Rest in peace my darling until we meet again xxx ❤️
Asher, Dawn, Deyara & Aliyah Handy from Oshawa, ON Canada wrote on May 9, 2018 at 6:21 pm:
Uncle Wilmoth, Auntie Camilla, and Family. Please accept our sincere sympathy and condolences for the untimely and tragic loss of Samantha. She was a loving daughter, beautiful sister, ever giving mother, cherished wife, our cousin and so much more. We write this message, still in shock and disbelief unable to fathom what you all must be experiencing. The array of emotions is overwhelming but I hope you can take small comfort in the outpouring of support, knowing that she was loved by so many. Your family will continue to be in our prayers! With love and saddened hearts, The Handy’s.
Uncle Wilmoth, Auntie Camilla, and Family. Please accept our sincere sympathy and condolences for the untimely and tragic loss of Samantha. She was a loving daughter, beautiful sister, ever giving mother, cherished wife, our cousin and so much more. We write this message, still in shock and disbelief unable to fathom what you all must be experiencing. The array of emotions is overwhelming but I hope you can take small comfort in the outpouring of support, knowing that she was loved by so many. Your family will continue to be in our prayers! With love and saddened hearts, The Handy’s.
Delores & Damaris Baptiste from Port of Spain wrote on May 9, 2018 at 11:02 am:
To Wilmoth & Family. Our sincerest condolences to you. We are thinking of you and praying for you; may you find strength and comfort in our Heavenly Comforter. There are some things in this life we may never understand, hold steadfast to your faith! God will take care of you. Warm Regards, Delores & Damaris Baptiste.
To Wilmoth & Family. Our sincerest condolences to you. We are thinking of you and praying for you; may you find strength and comfort in our Heavenly Comforter. There are some things in this life we may never understand, hold steadfast to your faith! God will take care of you. Warm Regards, Delores & Damaris Baptiste.
Susan & Randy Bacchus from DFW, Texas wrote on May 8, 2018 at 4:08 pm:
To Lee, Wilmoth and Family, Words cannot even begin to express our sorrow. Please accept our deepest condolences. Our hearts are saddened by your loss and our thoughts and prayers are with you all. xxx
To Lee, Wilmoth and Family, Words cannot even begin to express our sorrow. Please accept our deepest condolences. Our hearts are saddened by your loss and our thoughts and prayers are with you all. xxx
Priskilla I Bullock from Port of Spain Trinidad wrote on May 7, 2018 at 10:54 am:
My condolence to the family, it's so sad when loved ones are taken from us. I know the pain and questioning, of why? Why? This is a question we ask when our loved one passes on. So sorry for the way in which she left us, but one day the one who took her life will be judge and will answer to God. One day we will know why. It's so hard to understand why wicked things happen to good people. Be strong, and may the Holy Spirit comfort your heart.
My condolence to the family, it's so sad when loved ones are taken from us. I know the pain and questioning, of why? Why? This is a question we ask when our loved one passes on. So sorry for the way in which she left us, but one day the one who took her life will be judge and will answer to God. One day we will know why. It's so hard to understand why wicked things happen to good people. Be strong, and may the Holy Spirit comfort your heart.
Pastor Perry from Watford wrote on May 6, 2018 at 8:47 pm:
Our deepest condolences to the Clark and Bullock families upon the loss of a dear wife, daughter, mother, and friend. May the words of the Apostle Paul comfort your heart 'The Lord Himself will descend with a short and with the voice of the arc angel and the dead in Christ shall rise first...'. We live in the hope of the resurrection. In a world of pain and suffering, we can cling only to the Hope that we have in Jesus. He feels the pain of everyone who has lost a loved one. May the God of all peace be with you all as you come to terms with this loss. Pastor Perry and family.
Our deepest condolences to the Clark and Bullock families upon the loss of a dear wife, daughter, mother, and friend. May the words of the Apostle Paul comfort your heart 'The Lord Himself will descend with a short and with the voice of the arc angel and the dead in Christ shall rise first...'. We live in the hope of the resurrection. In a world of pain and suffering, we can cling only to the Hope that we have in Jesus. He feels the pain of everyone who has lost a loved one. May the God of all peace be with you all as you come to terms with this loss. Pastor Perry and family.
Charlene from Brampton wrote on May 6, 2018 at 8:01 pm:
My condolences to you and your family. May God continue to carry your family through this very sad time.
My condolences to you and your family. May God continue to carry your family through this very sad time.
Shelley Stallwood from High Wycombe wrote on May 6, 2018 at 6:12 pm:
I am so shocked and saddened of the loss of Samantha. I met her a few times and I know how close you all are as a family. This must be devasting for you all. She will always be in our hearts, my condolences to you all. Thinking of you. Xxxx
I am so shocked and saddened of the loss of Samantha. I met her a few times and I know how close you all are as a family. This must be devasting for you all. She will always be in our hearts, my condolences to you all. Thinking of you. Xxxx