The heart is never empty
With memories and prayer
A flicker of a candle
Love's shadow always there
 
The glow of someone's spirit
That always gives a light
Each heart of love unending
Upon our souls so bright
 
A moment that we treasure
Because he gave us love
Continues in a gentleness
That brings us moments of
 
Gifts in life he gave us
For every moment here
The smiles upon our faces
For every special year
 
 
Within the garden resting
With flowers that abound
His chair awaits his presence
With peace that he has found
No burden ever heavy
When he would hold our hand
His love was there with kindness
His heart would understand
 
The promise of tomorrow
It lives with us each day
For all the words remembered
The love won't fade away
 
With yesterdays to treasure
With memories to share
Our hearts join in this miracle
For us he's always there.
 
~ Francine Pucillo ~
Copyright June 12, 2004

 

Clarence "John" Bogardus, Sr passed away at
Glens Fall Hospital after a long illness from cancer.
 
He was loved by many and always missed by all.
He leaves his wife of sixty years, Clara. He is
predeceased by a son Charles John Bogardus. Other
survivors include his children, Carol Lundgren of
Hartford, Evelyn Bishop and her husband, Raymond.
Larry of West Haven, Vt., Charles Bogardus Jr. and
his wife Nora of Argyle and Harry Bogardus,
and his wife Peg of Fort Edward. He is also
survived by beloved sisters and brothers.
 
He was the proud Grandfather of 12 grandchildren
and 23 great grandchildren. He is also survived by
brothers and sisters and many nieces and nephews.
 
We offer prayers for all the family members
who miss him and pray that they feel his
spirit live on through them always.
 
~ Francine Pucillo ~
 
If you want to write to offer condolences
Click below to e mail his grandaughter Carol
 

 

 

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