So sad. What a wasted life.May God Bless his soul.
Prayers to the whole McLean family. I am truly saddened by your loss. While there may be others who will post to the negative side of the issue and say that he was a coward, etc. to allegedly take his own life, what is the absolute saddest fact is that satan got his way. Every penny that is owed is absolutely trivial in light of the fact that McLean chose to believe a lie from hell --- that killing himself was the only choice he had. Nothing and noone is worth killing yourself over. Freedom from ALL CONDEMNATION is found in Christ. May the McLean family find some comfort by only leaning on Him.
You are right, satan got his way. Very well said. My prayers are with his family and all those associated. May God grant his Peace, that surpasses all understanding.
What a great loss it is to my wife and I of a good friend who has done so much for us and never asked anything in return.We lost along with everyone else but thought he was a stronger person.Taking of ones life is not the answer to what he has done to so many friends and family. We will miss you Bob.
I'm sure there were many good things about this man that we will never know about because it wasn't news worthy, or wouldn't sell news papers. My heart goes out to this family. I pray that God will give them the strength and courage to face the sad days ahead, and that He will soon heal the pain of their loss.
Didn't know the man, but he took a cowards way out, which in my book meant he was not a good man. If he stole your nest egg like he did a lot of people, I am certain your opinion would be different. Don't try to make a saint out of a crook. I am certain Al Capone did a lot of good too, but in the end he was no more than a crook.
In order for me to keep up with what is going on 'back home' I read this paper regularly. I have kept up with this story line. I didn't know Bob or his family, one can only guess at the emotions this family must be living right now. Sadness beyond words at the extreme loss at the never-again opportunities to come to terms with all those unanswered questions. Get through these next few days and lean on the only One who can give you strength. Then live each day, one day at a time, as you plow through the remains of his life. Maybe you can come to a peace, even if you never get an understanding.