Bensalem, PA
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Football, Baseball, Hockey, Fishing, AIRBRUSH ARTIST
Favorite Movies:
rocky(all) and so many more
Favorite TV Shows:
cops, us marshalls, discovery,history, ghost hunters parnormal state,first 48 hrs.
Favorite Music:
classic rock oldies blues some metal

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    almost 8 years ago

    Hi Michael, thanks so much for the friend request. I hope you are doing well. Take care, stay safe.

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    almost 8 years ago


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    almost 8 years ago

    Hi! Thanks For Accepting My Invite,
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    Remember My Friend!
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    Stay Safe Out There!
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    almost 8 years ago

    Thanks for the add!!

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    almost 8 years ago

    thanks ya!...Have a great week, stay safe!

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    almost 8 years ago

    Thanks for your friendship and support, stay safe!....Ralph8119.....

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    almost 8 years ago

    Thanks for the add and stay safe. "Go Tech".

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    almost 8 years ago


    The Anima Christi is a prayer from around the 14th century. It is still widely used after receiving the body and blood of Our Lord,
    Jesus Christ in Holy Communion.
    Soul of Christ, sanctify me
    Body of Christ, save me
    Blood of Christ, inebriate me
    Water from Christ's side, wash me
    Passion of Christ, strengthen me
    O good Jesus, hear me
    Within Thy wounds hide me
    Suffer me not to be separated from Thee
    From the malicious enemy defend me
    In the hour of my death call me
    And bid me come unto Thee
    That I may praise Thee with Thy saints
    and with Thy angels
    Forever and ever


    "I love You, O my God, and my only desire is to love You until the last breath of my life. I love You, O my infinitely lovable God, and I would rather die loving You, than live without loving You. I love You, Lord and the only grace I ask is to love You eternally....My God, if my tongue cannot say in every moment that I love You, I want my heart to repeat it to You as often as I draw breath."

    - Saint John Vianney.

  • Rob_at_funeral_max50


    almost 8 years ago

    Thanks for the add. Stay safe & always watch your 6 o'clock. My best to ya. Rob...

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    almost 8 years ago

    Thanks for the add.

  • Southtexas_max160_max50


    almost 8 years ago

    Hoping the rest of your weekend finds you healthy and happy, stay safe and God bless!!

  • St_michaelthearchangelr45ter_max50


    almost 8 years ago

    Bucks County police officer remembered at Mass

    Philadelphia, Pa., Feb 17, 2009 (CNA) - For the sixth time in the past year-and-a-half, Philadelphia’s Basilica of SS. Peter and Paul was packed with rank upon rank of blue-clad law officers and other mourners for the funeral of a police officer who died in the line of duty.

    In this case it was Officer Christopher Jones, a 10-year veteran of the Middletown Police in Bucks County. Jones, who was posthumously raised to the rank of detective, died Jan. 29 at St. Mary Hospital just hours after he was struck by a vehicle on Route 1 while walking back to his vehicle after a routine traffic stop.

    Jones, 37, a member of Our Lady of Grace Parish, Penndel, is survived by his wife, Suzanne, and their children, Christopher, 16; Julianne, 13; and Brendan, 12.

    Cardinal Justin Rigali, who was the celebrant and homilist of the February 5 Mass, spoke of “the splendid legacy of Officer Jones as an upright Christian, a member of the Catholic Church, a devoted husband, a loving father, a dedicated servant to the community as an officer of the Middletown Township Police Department.”

    Quoting from Father William Dooner, pastor of Our Lady of Grace and concelebrant of the Mass, the Cardinal said, “the fulfillment of Christopher Jones’ many faceted role is indeed summarized as the goodness of ‘a very, very good man’ — the goodness that Officer Jones received as a blessing from God and developed and nurtured throughout his life.”

    After Mass, the long line of police vehicles escorted the remains of Officer Jones and his family and friends to Resurrection Cemetery, Bensalem, where he was interred.

    The afternoon and evening before an estimated 2,000 people braved the bitter cold to line up for the fallen officer’s viewing. Previously his remains had been driven through Middletown in a horse-drawn hearse.

    “The turn-out wasn’t just because he was a policeman, he was respected as a person,” said Father Dooner. “He was innately good and it flowed out of him naturally. He was a very pleasant man who brightened everybody’s day with a smile.”

    Jones, whose wife and children are Catholic, became Catholic himself several years ago, Father Dooner said. “He lived out his call to serve Jesus Christ as a police officer.”

    Chris Conaway, an administrative assistant at Our Lady of Grace and a neighbor to the Jones family, remembers his squad car would be outside the school, and she would wave. “I would kid him about how he looked about 12 years old,” she recalls. Conaway also taught CCD to Julianne and remembers how she would sometimes worry about her father’s safety.

    When Conaway, whose own husband died Jan. 5, heard the news of the tragic accident, she went to the Jones house to console Suzanne. “She wound up consoling me,” she said. “They are just wonderful people.”

    Immediately after her husband’s death, Suzanne Jones released his organs for donation. Donors were found for both of his kidneys; one was successfully implanted into a former U.S. Navy buddy.

    The Bucks County Fraternal Order of Police has established a memorial trust fund in his memory. Donations may be sent to the Philadelphia Police and Fire Credit Union, 852 E. Street Road, Warminster, PA 18974.

    Printed with permission from The Catholic Standard & Times, newspaper for the Archdiocese of Philadelphia.

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    almost 8 years ago

    thought I would post something cute today!! haha Hope all is ok in your part of the world :)

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  • Knighttemplar2_max50


    almost 8 years ago

    Howdy Partner,

    Thanks for the add! God bless and thank you for your support. Please pray for our four fallen brothers from Oakland, CA PD.