Harry Gross

My father-in-law, Harry Gross, died early this morning. Beth, Stephanie and I were with him, giving him reassurances of God’s grace, his eternal destiny, our love for him and the good, good job he did as a parent and provider.
A few who read the blog have sent notes wishing to stay informed—-long time H & M friends will recall how both Beth’s parents and my parents helped us regularly in the early years. We moved here to Central PA from Pittsburgh, after a stint with the CCO, to be closer to our parents, and to get their help in starting this family business. That was 23 years ago. We are glad for their support in launching this ministry* that you, dear reader, are a part of, and are happy that our three children have grown up around them.

*Beth’s dad owned and operated a excellent local hardware store and her mom, who died a year ago, was formerly a school librarian, so they had special care for our work.

8 thoughts on “Harry Gross

  1. Condolences to you and your family during this time of grief. May the peace of God fill your hearts and minds.

  2. The Lord make his face shine upon you and be gracious to you; the Lord turn his face toward you and give you peace. Amen.

  3. What can any of us possibly say, Byron? May God’s peace comfort you and your family. You will inhabit my prayers.

  4. Byron and Beth,Please know you are in my prayers. May Christ’s peace be with you.Michele

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