David Polk Obituary, David Polk Has Sadly Passed Away

David Polk Obituary, Death- I’m sorry, but I needed some time to pull myself together. I was inundated with calls from friends and family members. I would appreciate it if you will pray for my loved ones. On Thursday night, my sister Catherine Mason was sent to a hospice facility. This was a difficult decision for her children, but getting her some comfort and relieving her misery was the best option.

She has not yet let go of the rope. On Friday, I received the unexpected news that my grandson David Polk, also known as Little Toe, had died suddenly. My daughter Lakesha, together with her husband David, his daughter Dawn, and my grandsons’ other relatives and friends, are all emotionally spent from having to come to terms with the agony of our loss. This includes my daughter’s husband, David, and my grandsons’ other relatives and friends.

My sister and my grandson have been the recipients of an outpouring of affection from our family and friends, for which I am really grateful to each and every one of you. Regrettably, I have been out of town, hiding my tears behind my sunglasses and putting on a phony smile while I suffered on the inside; but, with the grace of the Lord, the individuals I went with voluntarily gave me love and watched after me. Being separated from my family at a time when there was so much going on was a really trying experience. I praise God that I am finally on my way back home. Can’t wait to spend some quality time with my family. To me, nothing is more important than my family.

Thank you for your prayers, phone calls, messages, and any other acts of kindness that you have performed. Please do not stop praying for us. There are currently no arrangements that have been finalized for my grandchild. Once the logistics of the service have been ironed out, I will let everyone know via a post. Please continue to keep our family in your prayers as we are in a lot of pain due to the fact that my sister Catherine, often known as Cat, is currently receiving hospice care. She is very important to all of us. However, everything must be carried out in accordance with God’s will.