Tuesday, December 26, 2006

Kelly James Funeral Service


Wednesday,
December 27, 2006
12:00 noon CST

Fellowship Bible Church
9930 No. Central Expressway
Dallas, Texas

We love you Kelly!


Visitation—Tuesday, December 26, 2006, 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Restland Funeral Home
9220 Restland Road
Dallas, TX 75243

14 comments:

Greg Jessup said...

Carolyn:
Thank you for providing this site. It has been very helpful through this difficult time.

Judi Wampler said...

Carolyn~
You are a true Ezer. I thank God for the courage and strength He is giving you to be Ezer to your family. God is allowing you to work out through your life at this time a pattern for us. I lost my 50-year-old son-in-law 2 years ago to pancreatic cancer. That was a coaster ride similar to what your family has undergone the past days that lasted for 6 months. God is merciful, God provides His comfort and strength and will continue to do so in the days, weeks, months, and years ahead. God is sovereign and His timing is perfect. I mourn your loss with you, Frank, and your family and will continue lifting you all up in prayer to our Father who is full of compassion and love for us.

Judi Wampler

Anonymous said...

I'm praying for all of you. God is faithful and will bring you through this.

Charmaine

Anonymous said...

Dear Carolyn and family,

Carolyn I took your Ruth class earlier this year and you are such a gracious woman. Thank you for sharing your journey with the world. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Our church prayed this weekend and when I heard the report I was so mad. Why Kelly....why no happy ending. I'm so sorry for your loss. I know Kelly is in a better place and it is truly a happy ending for him, yet I feel so grieved for those of you left behind missing your dear brother. May the comfort of the one who knows all things and is peace be your strength during this difficult season. You will remain in my prayers and may Kelly's life and legacy ring throughout the nations for years to come.

Warmly,
Julie

Caryn Brophy said...

I am praying for all your families.
I lost my Dad 2 years ago. We spent these days before Christmas in an ICU unit. I know how hard it is for you all. God will give you the strength you need to get through it. I pray that God grants you the peace that surpasses understanding. I am so sorry. We all wanted a different ending to this story.

Ann said...

Carolyn,

I am so sorry for all the pain your family and the families of the other two men have under gone. You are in my families thoughts and prayers.

kendall said...

He died unexpectedly, but not unprepared. You have our prayers for all involved in this important service.

kendall Harmon

Michelle & Mickey Sanchez said...

Carolyn & Frank,

We are so sorry to hear the awful news about Kelly. We will continue to be praying for you during this difficult time. You brought us so much sunshine in just the brief time that we had a chance to meet with you - we are now praying that the Lord will bring sunshine into the darkness that has now descended. You both are wonderful and we know that Kelly is in the Lord's hands.

Blessings to you both,
Mickey & Michelle Sanchez

Jenn said...

I have been praying for you guys since I heard about the climbers missing and regardless of what happened / happens, I still am. God is still sovereign and nothing slips by Him w/o Him knowing. He still is the same God who is faithful, who loves you, who is near to you. He is still that same God of peace. Draw near to Him. Cast your cares upon Him.

Louann, Dallas, Texas said...

Carolyn and Frank: May God continue to be with you all and your family during this time. Your family will remain in my prayers as well as the prayers of millions! Thank you for being so brave, strong and true!

Anonymous said...

I am so sorry for the pain and hurt that you all are going through at this time, espically thru the holidays, but you all are in my prayers and thoughts. Kelly is blessed to be where is, no hurt, no pain, like the ones that are left behind. God Bless you all through this tough time and I will keep you close to my heart. God needed an Angel, and he knew Kelly went high on the mountains to be close to him, he was lifted off that mountain into his gentle hands and taken home.REST IN PEACE KELLY

Anonymous said...

As I watched the news, I knew that Kelly was my brother in Christ. I prayed for him and his family during the search. I grieved as the searchers looked for him hoping that he was not in pain. After hearing that he had been found, it was comforting knowing that he was with Jesus. It will be a joyful day when I get to meet him in Heaven.

I pray for the family be comforted by the Lord, and to know His peace that passes all understanding.
Fran Memphis, Tn.

ssteiner said...

May God bless you all and keep you close to his heart in this most difficult time. Only God knows why things happen. We must put our trust in him that Kelly, and Brian and Jerry are where they are suppose to be.
Your family has been a tower of strength and support for the nation. Watching all of you going through this has not only strenghtened my belief, but I pray it has done the same for others as well. My prayers are with you all. God Bless you going forward.

Shawn Jordan said...

I want to say to the entire family
my heart is haevy and I am truly saddened ...
I don't even know the family at all I am a complete stranger. I saw Karen James with Katie Couric and Karen is a most beautiful lady inside and out ...
I don't know her at all but what a
testimony to her strngth,character and the way she held herself in such difficult times ... I was captured with this .. may the diety cradle all of you and rock you gently in his love and mecy
Sincerely
Shawn Jordan
Oalthe KS