in memoriam bpm

In Memoriam

Ken Harris, Councilman

Mark ‘Baltimore’ Harris

Anthony ‘Marty’ Williams


We, the members of Black Professional Men, Inc. would like to extend our sincerest condolences in remembrance of the life and legacy of these BPM Brothers who have been called home.  We mourn because we are all children of God and thus we have lost Brothers in Christ Jesus.  We are also aware that mortal words are just a veil of God’s internal comfort.

We offer the following to the families and friends of these strong Brothers:

  • First, God will “never leave you nor forsake you” and “… His rod and staff shall comfort you;” We trust that God was with these Brothers in their final moments and that the same Holy Spirit shall be your comforter in the days to come.
  • Second, “earth has no sorrow that heaven cannot heal” and “weeping may endureth for a night, but joy cometh in the morning.”  We believe that these Brothers are now reunited with the saints that have gone on before them and that these Brothers live on with you now in Spirit, and in your memories.

So, although we, as mere mortals, do not know how long our tears may last through the night, we do know that joy will come in the morning with God’s grace.

Finally, “may the peace that surpasses all understanding” abide in you, in Jesus’ name and for your sake!

Warmest Regards,

Rev. Marlon B. Tilghman

Chaplain, Black Professional Men, Inc.




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