Archive for June 11th, 2008

Celebrating Jeremy

Here is a copy of the post made by Scott & Amy last night on the Caring Bridge site:

It is with great sadness that we write to let you know that our son, Jeremy, passed away on Sunday afternoon. We take comfort in knowing that he will remain in his forever home with our Lord, Jesus Christ.

Saying goodbye to him was by far the hardest thing that we have ever had to do. Telling our other three children of his passing, was the second hardest thing that we have ever had to do. Coping with daily life has not been easy at all. In fact, it feels so strange to get up and not go to the hospital or to call and check in on him. I panicked today at one point while watching our children play because I kept counting them and only getting to three and I had to stop and remember what has happened. Those are the moments when it is the most painful, to relive that understanding that Jeremy is no longer with our family and he never will be. He is not taking a nap or at a Grandparents home, he is gone from this world forever. I’m sorry for rambling. . . my heart is pouring out with pain that is just without words to describe. Please know that despite our great pain and despair, we have accepted God’s will for Jeremy. We just now have to learn how to live here on earth without him.

We have made the following arrangements to celebrate Jeremy’s life.

Sterling Ashton Schwab Witzke Funeral Home 1630 Edmondson Avenue Catonsville, Maryland 21228 410-744-8600— Viewings will be taking place on Thursday, June 12th from 7-9 p.m. and also on Friday, June 13th from 3-5 p.m. and 7-9 p.m.

The funeral will take place on Saturday, June 14th at 10 am at Holy Nativity Lutheran Church 1200 Linden Avenue Arbutus , Maryland 21227

In lieu of flowers, we are asking that donations be made in Memory of Jeremy Morse to the Johns Hopkins Childrens Center PICU. The address is :

600 North Wolfe Street

PICU-CMC 7 West

Baltimore, Maryland 21287

Attn: Claire Beers

We ask for this so that we can honor Jeremy’s life and he can live on through helping other children and their families at the Johns Hopkins PICU. Thank You.

Scott and Amy Morse and Family

 

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