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The Comfort and Sweetness of Peace

Memorial Service for

Johnathan Ernest Marsan, Sr.

After the clouds, the sunshine after the winter, the spring after the shower, the rainbow for life is a changeable thing. After the night, the morning bidding all darkness cease after life's cares and sorrows the comfort and sweetness of peace. ~Helen Steiner Rice~ "Say not in grief "he is no more" but live in thankfulness that he was"...Hebrew proverb

Christian Fellowship Assembly Dallas, North Carolina Thursday, December 27, 2007 Two O'clock P.M.

Paul A. Brintley, Sr. Senior Pastor Officiating


~Order of Service~

~Obituary~

PROCESSIONAL................................................. Jane Johnson Pianist

PRELUDE CALL TO WORSHIP................................ Paul A. Brintley, Sr. CHORUS ..................................."To Have a Heart That's Pure" Trish Clay Denise Lawson

SCRIPTURES Old Testament ..............................................Tommy Lawson Associate Pastor New Testament ............................................... Larry Johnson Elder

PRAYER ................................................................... Will Moretz Elder

SELECTION ............................... "Sheltered in the Arms of God" Stephanie Moss, Violinist

OBITUARY .............................................................Patricia Clay REMARKS (limit to 2 minutes please)

SELECTION ................................. "Sing Me a Song About Jesus" Denise Lawson

EULOGY ..................................................... Paul A. Brintley, Sr. Refreshments for the family will be served in the Christian Fellowship Assembly Dining Room following the service

Mr. Johnathan Ernest Marsan, Sr. Mr. Johnathan Ernest “Red” Marsan, Sr. of Virginia Beach, VA was born on February 2, 1950 in Elizabeth City, NC. He departed this life on Friday, December 21, 2007. He is the son of the late Albert E. and Mary Ward Marsan. He was a beloved father who was loved dearly by all those who knew him. One of his joys in life was the song "Sing Me a Song about Jesus". He was a faithful worker in the iron industry for many of years and a member of the Local 79 Iron Workers Union in Norfolk, VA. He is survived by his sister, Brenda Mohr of Clarmeont, FL, brother, Jessie B. Marsan of Norfolk, VA, sons, Johnathan E. Marsan, Jr. of Denver, NC, Justin Marsan, also of Denver, NC, former wife, Diana Marsan of Ashland, OH, three grandchildren, and a host of other relatives and friends. Memorials: Hospice of Lincoln County 107 North Cedar Street Lincolnton, NC 28092


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