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LDS president met call with humility, vigor

Published: Monday, Jan. 28 2008 12:00 a.m. MST

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Anonymous

We thank thee of God for a prophet! We love you President Hinckley!

Carrie

Thank you Pres. Hinckley for helping us all stand a little taller. What a great blessing you have been in my life. We'll miss you greatly.

Jared W and Family

Pres. Hinckley was a wonderful man full of spirit and love. I'll pray for Hinckleys. We are very thankful for our glorious profit.

AZ Brian

My young children cried when I shared the news... the only prophet they have known... I told them how happy I am that President Hinckley is reunited with his wife... I wish my wife were here.

Sam Heller

I was so sad to hear. He was such a great and inspired man. I know that he is happy as he is reunited with his loving wife. It is even sadder to think of how many people haven't had the opportunity to know him and hear his beautiful and divine teachings.

We will miss President Hinckley.

Braden

All my life, I took President Hinkley's being there for granted. I knew he was there, respected him, but I never really realized the impact of him leaving, I'm terribly sorry for this loss

Joyce P.

Pesident Hinkely, in his earthly life, was an example to all and contributed so much to humanity. One's words cannot adequately express his life accomplishments; an exceptional and remarkable Prophet. We love you and hope to be worthy to meet with you in the hereafter. Sincere thanks to President Hinkley's family for sharing him with the world. God bless you!

Thorne Family

The Lord has called home a great man and prophet. He was blessed by the Lord to guide his church during the most difficult time so far upon the earth. He fulfilled that calling with great humility and love for the whole human family. May he continue that work on the other side of the veil and may his family be blessed during this time of loss. We love him and will miss him, but look forward to see him again.

St. Jo Mo Boy

What a sad thing. We will miss him here in Missouri

Ely Family

Presidently Hinckley was a man of integrity. Truly an example to follow. His sense of humor and humility will be missed. One shining part of his passing is that he is able to be reunited with his wonderful sweetheart, and live in God's presence.

Jeannette

You were a great example of faith and dedication.I loved your sense of humor. You were like a dear friend.I am so happy you are now able to be with your wife and be with Heavenly Father and Jesus again.

Janet R

We are so happy for you to meet your dear companion! We can't be sad for ourselves just happy for him. We love you very much

Qoqui Serrano

thanks alot profet gordon... love ya

GK Mesa Arizona

After a long life devoted to service, never faltering even in the wake of his wife's passing, he has most certainly earned his rest. He will be be sorely missed.

Kolorado Woolleys

This is so sad, but we are happy that he will be reunited with his wife. Thank you President Hinckley for being such a great prophet.

Rumel Family

Thank you President Hinckley. Thank you for all that you have done and the great influence for good.

Katrina

Such a wonderful man! He has done so much and will be greatly missed.

Milt Haws Family

Thank you for the example you have been to the world. May the Lord bless the Hinckley family at this time of sorrow. Thank you for supporting your Father and Mother as the served us.

Douglas W. Parker

President Hinckley was sustained on April 1, 1985. I was baptized into this church the same day. I loved this man from the first time a saw and heard him. I will miss his words, humor, and wisdom. But we must remember he is now with his bride. Thank you Brother Hinckley.

An LDS Teen

Wow. This feels very strange, but President Hinckley is probably a little relieved right now, and he gets to be with his wife. Good for him, but I'll miss him.

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