Couple Pass Away Within Minutes Of Each Other, Then Family Witnesses This Upon The Wall

Henry and Jeanette De Lange of South Dakota were married for 63 years. They grew up together. They raised their five children together and they grew old together. They loved each other so much that they even died together. Earlier this year, their children got a call from the Platte Care Center, according to

Jeanette, who was 87, had Alzheimer’s Disease and was living in the nursing home.

"Dad visited mom once a day, twice, or maybe three times a day. It was very sweet," Lee said. "Wednesday or Thursday, she had stopped eating. She was dehydrated."

Her 86-year-old husband had health problems of his own and was fighting prostate cancer.

"He said, 'I need to go to the nursing home'. They put mom and dad in the same room which was very sweet," Lee said with a smile.

"Wednesday, when we checked him in, he said 'I don't know how many more days I have Lee. How many more days the good Lord will have me here."

Henry and Jeanette were back together again but their children knew that they didn’t have much time left. Jeanette was the first to pass. Henry’s children told them their mother had gone and that he was free to go too. He died about five or ten minutes later.

"We're calling it a beautiful act of God's providential love and mercy,” Lee said. “You don't pray for it because it seems mean but you couldn't ask for anything more beautiful."

What’s even stranger was that the clock on the wall had stopped at 5:30 p.m. when his father died.

"Amazing. A sign from God that was the right time,” Lee said.

Source: KSFY
Photo: Mad World News

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