A moment to reflect on Linnea from the banks of the Consumnes River

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  • Trudie Hegel September 10, 2012 at 10:04 am Reply

    I have thought of your family every day since Linnea went missing and, while I am so deeply saddened by her passing, am also thankful she was found and will be brought home. Thank you for posting this for those of us who weren’t able to make it up to the service yesterday. We are all grieving with you, and are loving you through this awful time.

  • Pamela Fredback September 10, 2012 at 6:12 pm Reply

    What a humble, gracious, man of God you are! Your spirit and your families so reflect a strong relationship with God, Jesus Christ, and The Holy Spirit.
    I have been blessed and humbled by your example! Please know we will keep you and your family in our hearts and prayers as the Holy Spirit leads!

    Agape’
    Pam and Ric Fredback (friends of Starta Lomax)

  • Beryl Lord September 14, 2012 at 6:27 am Reply

    We were in Reno, NV recently and took a flyer from Linnea’s Dad who was frantically searching for his daughter – my heart bled for him. Upon returning to Maine, I found the flyer in my purse and decided to post it in our area on the off chance that Linnea may have left her home region. I went onto this site to check for any updates and was heartbroken to learn what had happened. My thoughts and prayers are with Linnea’s family. If only it were easier to tell when a loved one has reached the breaking point. We all feel guilty that we do not recognize it, but it’s not always evident until it’s too late.

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