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Joseph Eatman

"My Beloved"

Joseph Eatman

(1968 – 2010)

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United States

Joseph Eatman

Joseph Eatman
(1968 – 2010)

In memory of

Joseph Eatman

(1968 – 2010)
About Joseph
A Symbol of Hope A butterfly lights beside us like a sunbeam And for a brief moment its glory and beauty belong to our world But then it flies again And though we wish it could have stayed... We feel lucky to have seen it. unknown
This memorial website was created to remember our dearest Joseph Edward Eatman who was born in United States on August 1, 1968 and passed away at the age of 41 on June 18, 2010. He was a United States Air Force veteran. He was a very Godly man who never met a stranger and could turn your bad day into a glorious one. You will live forever in our memories and hearts.
I wrote this poem to my beloved husband whom I lost not too long ago. Joseph was born on August 1, 1968 and passed
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away on Friday, June 18, 2010. Joseph and I were living in Gatlinburg, Tennessee one of the most beautiful places on this earth. We love it there and I still am there for now. These words just seemed to pop into my head, first poem I ever wrote. Our life together was a wonderfully beautiful and exciting life and it got cut way, way too short he was and always will be the one true love of my life.
This I dedicate to you my One and Only Sweets.
NEVERMORE:
Nevermore will I see your smiling face, nevermore will I feel your strong firm embrace. Nevermore will I wish upon the starry skies, nevermore will I gaze into your loving eyes. Nevermore will I feel your warm lips upon mine,
nevermore will
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my eyes sparkle and shine.
Nevermore the streets your feet will roam,
Because Our Lord and Savior decided to take you Home.
Mrs. Cindi Eatman
Mr. Joseph Edward Eatman
* BORN: August 1, 1968
* DIED: June 18, 2010
* LOCATION: Gatlinburg, TN
Joseph had a rare and unique quality that no one else seemed to truly want to try to fully understand they would laugh at him and joke when he was trying to be serious giving them his insights on his Savior and Lord it made him very upset but he never really let it bother him for very long. He loved his Savior he always told and showed everyone everyday how much he loved Him and his beautiful and lovely wife Cindi. He was
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always telling people that they should live today as if there were no tomorrow and never forget who gave them the breath of life. He was greatly loved throughout Gatlinburg and he will truly be missed. Everyone needs to remember how much he loved his Heavenly Father and he will one day be reunited with Him and his beautiful Cindi!
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Joseph Eatman

A Symbol of Hope A butterfly lights beside us like a sunbeam And for a brief moment its glory and beauty belong to our world But then it flies again And though we wish it could have stayed... We feel lucky to have seen it. unknown
This memorial website was created to remember our dearest Joseph Edward Eatman who was born in United States on August 1, 1968 and passed away at the age of 41 on June 18, 2010. He was a United States Air Force veteran. He was a very Godly man who never met a stranger and could turn your bad day into a glorious one. You will live forever in our memories and hearts.
I wrote this poem to my beloved husband whom I lost not too long ago. Joseph was born on August 1, 1968 and passed...

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