Catherine Gruen Marshfield, WI – Posted On: May 5, 2018
To the family of Amy Mogel. i just wanted to pass along my condolences. I was Amy's homecare OT when she had fallen and fractured her shoulder (probably over 15 years ago?) . I believe she was standing on a step stool changing a light bulb. I will never foget working with Amy. She always greated me with a smile and had a good story to tell. My last day of therapy she made me beer battered fish and then we shared a half a can of beer. One time I had a conflict with my kids being home and she told me to bring them along and let them play in the yard and they still remember that! I had stopped by to visit Amy a few times when i was in the area and she always remembered me. What a remarkable lady living so may wonderful years.
Ernestine – Posted On: May 4, 2018
Please accept my sincere condolence and deepest sympathy. It's never easy losing a loved one, no matter what the age, it's always too soon.
As time passes may the comfort of fond memories become greater than that of sorrow. Psalm 46:1 God is our refuge and strength, a help that is readily found in times of distress.