Father’s Day is a precious season for me. This Father’s Day, I’d like to share with you an amazing tribute that was given for my friend Russ Werch by his daughter Melodi. She wrote this:.
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This last year has been really hard for me. I lost my dad to brain cancer six years ago, a day after Christmas. Every Christmas I think of him, because that's the last day I saw him.
This last year has been really hard for me. I lost my dad to brain cancer six years ago, a day after Christmas. Every Christmas I think of him, because that's the last day I saw him. Then I lost my sister to cancer back in September of last year, so it's been a rough year for me and my family.
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I have been waiting patiently on God to answer my prayers, but He hasn't done so as of yet, and I'm done. Back in 2010, I was working in law enforcement and my wife left me for another man. I went into a severe deep depression where I attempted suicide. A few months later I was terminated from my job because a dispatcher there said I sexually harassed her, though there was no evidence. I asked if I could be transferred to a different shift where it was busier and it would keep me from dwelling on my wife and her affair. He said I could and the very next day I was called into the office and advised of the harassment complaint. I tried suing for wrongful termination, and when they were served the papers, they pressed charges against me, for stalking the female dispatcher, which was untrue. I couldn't afford to continue fighting them, so I plead guilty to harassment. I have tried so very hard to obtain a job in law enforcement again, because it's the only thing I've ever been good at.