Memory Eternal

My father, Vladimir Bobosh, fell asleep in the Lord this morning.

I learned from him especially the value of honesty, integrity and humor.  As a young teen he ran away from home, not happy there.  In his last year he frequently expressed a desire to go home.   Hopefully, now he has found his way home to the Father who always loved him.

Grampa enjoying some of his grandkids

Vladimir Bobosh, 1921-2012

My sermon notes from his funeral are at Reflection on Being Dust.

9 thoughts on “Memory Eternal

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  2. cindy

    I do remember the story you shared with us during book discussion about your father’s integrity during his career with an automobile manufacturer. God bless all of you, may his memory be eternal!

  3. Gregory

    May your father rest in peace and rise in glory, and may your fondest memories of him be a soothing balm as you mourn his passage. Eternal memory!

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