Waclaw Krol

4 Condolences

4 Condolences

  1. Good bye to a dear sweet friend. You suffered so much in this world, and you taught me a lot about patience and kindness even through intense suffering. We talked much about Jesus being the only way of salvation and eternal life, the bridge between God and man. I will miss you. Thank you for being my friend.

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  2. It was my honor and pleasure to know Mr. Krol. I miss my friend dearly. Much love, Vicki Pauley

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  3. Our deepest condolences to family and friends of Mr. Krol. It was a blessing to know him. His love and fear of God was obvious in the way he lived his last years. He loved telling us of his love to his mother, brother and sister. His desire was to return to Poland, to his country that he loved so much. It is sad that he was not able to return and be with his family. We will remember him as a gentleman, a God fearing man, an intelligent conversationalist, a patriot, a loving son, a kind brother.

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  4. Mr. Kroll was a dear and wonderful man, who never let his circumstances interrupt his thoughtfulness for others. I’ll continually remember his upmost generosity and sincerity for the wellbeing of his friends.

    His cheerful smile will forever be etched into my heart.

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