She has been a tower of strength
to me and what I would have done without her, I do not know.
Some may have suffered through sickness, injury or family loss or may have been a tower of strength
to others in times of trouble, helping those less fortunate than themselves.
Derek Todd, Thinktank's director of finance and administration, said: 'Byron has been a tower of strength
over the past 12 months as we have expanded from a core development team to a fully operational staff of 90.
For seven years the diminutive goalie has been a tower of strength
for a team that hasn't always provided him with quality support.
She died four weeks ago and they have been a tower of strength
to their son in law and his two children.
He has been a dear friend and a tower of strength
during those years.
The rugged Williams - a Gloucester schoolmaster - proved to be a tower of strength
in the contact area, carried the ball with purpose and tackled everything that moved with great gusto.
TOWER OF STRENGTH
Troubled teenagers with psychologist David Coleman
Mark Creighton proved a tower of strength
in Harriers' defence, blocking out goalbound efforts from D'Sane and Tim Sills.
He was a tower of strength
to the family after the recent loss of his wife.
After my mother's death, he had been a tower of strength
and seemed to want to help my father get on with life," he said.
A BRAVE little girl who has been described as a tower of strength
was given a special surprise when she left hospital yesterday.
She was even a tower of strength
for her mother Cath, 37, when she developed breast cancer.
Mrs Williams said, ``They have been a tower of strength
She was a tower of strength
to both Tony and to the Church in Worcester.