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Bill & Janet Lennartz

Megan, thank you sooo much for keeping everyone up to date during this hurtful time. We praise God for delivering Randy from the pain and cancer. Please tell your Mom how much we love her and are hurting for her.

Robin Miles

Megan, I am honored and humbled to have been allowed to read about this very personal journey. I am heart-broken for your family and rejoicing for your father. I know you have inspired many people, honored God and made your father, mother and brother proud with the words you have shared over the past several months. I am praying for God to wrap your family in comfort and peace.


I am thankful that his pain is gone but sad that you are all now grieving. I pray you would feel God's arms wrapped around you to comfort and strengthen you in this time. I hope that continuing to reminisce and compile memories of his life will help in the healing. Thank you for sharing this journey (and the one still ahead of you) with us all. What a testimony of faith- -both yours and your father's.

Shawn Sallustio


I am so sorry for your loss. Though I've met your father only a handful of times, his infectious smile and the pride he showed for his family will never be forgotten. Between conversations with him and the stories from you, I believe we have had very similar upbringings. He reminded me a great deal of my own father (to this day, I still get choked up thinking of my dad, but can't help but smile when I reflect on the times we had togehter). Thank you for allowing me to share this journey with you.

Please give my best to your family.


Megan, I am so very sorry for your loss. I am jealous of your dad, however. I have just finished a book on heaven by Anne Graham Lotz and am so eager to be there myself. But I know you and your family are going to be grieving so deeply...and for that my heart breaks for you. I also thank you for keeping us up to date on your blog...allowing us to see into the depths of your heart. I have prayed for you and cried for you...and I will continue to lift you up to the One who knows all, sees all, loves you deeply and wants to carry you through this. Prayers and hugs!

Judy Burrows

Megan and John, Jonathan and Missy, and Marsha. Please know that I have been with you in thoughts and prayers through Randy's journey home and my heart aches for all of you. But I can picture Randy now having already pulled Leon aside to tell one of his corney jokes and the both of them "belly" laughing as they use to do at the foot of the driveway! Your wonderful memories and the love you have for eachother will sustain you as you face the very difficult days ahead.

Mitchell Jones

Megan and Marsha,
Randy was a great friend to me and a great friend to many when he lived in Geenville. I am so thankful for Randy and the stablizing part in gave during a tough time in our church. I promise you, Randy is happy today! Our prayers and thoughts are with you all.

Patrice Antoine

I am so sorry for your lost, Mr. Shultz was truly a good man and he will be miss. I will keep your family in my prayers.


Megan, my tears are such thankful tears for your daddy that he is face to face with our Savior and such sad tears for you and your family for I know you will miss him more than I can even understand. I am praying. I'm praying for Ansley too. Love, Renee

Liz Snyder

Megan, you are all being lifted up in prayer as you rise with the sun this morning in the reality that your Dad has stepped into Heaven. Try to soak up these next few days of freedom to cry, laugh and shout as much as you can with the ones you love the most surrounding you.
Your strength and character are honorable and I can't imagine how God will use this suffering in your life to make you more righteous, but I'm certain he will.
Thank you for sharing this most painful, personal and sorrowful journey with all of us... some of whom are strangers. :) I look forward to hearing your wonderings about Heaven and laments on grief. Peace be with you, even now. -liz

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