Harold Vernon "Vern" Coder's Condolences

Terry, I am so sorry to hear that Vern passed away. What good times we had. I hope you are doing well.
— peggy wojchik     arabian@mwt.net

To Harold's family, I send my deepest condolences. Losing a loved in death is emotionally draining. Yes, Harold died too soon. Death like an enemy chases after us and how sad it is when our loved ones are overtaken. Take courage, God is in control, he has the victory over death (Isaiah 26:19). Our loved ones who are powerless in death, he promises that he will bring back to life. The patriarch Job pondered over life and asked "if an able-bodied man dies can he live again?." The reassuring answer is 'yes'. (Job 14:13-15). When God calls the dead will answer. May you be comforted by God's guaranteed promises and by the memories of Harold that you will always cherish.
— Grace     gmoss753@gmail.com

I am so sorry for you Terry and Harry's family.I loved him like a brother.Dancing at JB's,shopping,he helped me move stuff more than once and he included me in dog shows,horse breeding and so many other kooky fun things!I've always missed him and wish I had told him so. Lunch times at Alcas were never the same after he left and we(Shawn,Mark and I)had some memorable times.Love you my friend and may you rest in peace!
— Barbara Common     bac@roadrunner.com

We very sorry to hear of Harold's passing. Our prayers go out to you and your family.
— Robert Pierotti, and Ida and Wayne Anderson     auntba@live.com

RIP Harry. You were my first friend @ Alcas all those years ago, what fun we had. I have missed you over the years since your move to Minn but knew you & Terry were happy in your Arabian horse world. You introduced Hilari to horses, she has loved them since. Your courageous battle is over, so sorry for you pain & struggle. Love and miss you my dear friend. Thanks for all the hilarious memories...what fun you, Mark, Barbie and I all had together! Crazy fun. ??
— Shawne Brookins     baxter1951@yahoo.com

Vern was a good friend to my son George. I had the privilege of meeting him while he was on the BVDS bowling team. He was the type of person that when you met him you liked him right away. I just want you to know Terry that we share in your grief
— Joyce Richards     richards_j_l@bellsouth.net

I will miss you!
— George Richards     georgewrichards@yahoo.com