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This page is dedicated to the memory of those loved ones that have passed away and to those of us left behind who miss them.
We reserve the right to edit all comments for appropriateness.

Listed in alphabetical order by last name.


FlowersLee Adna Cagey
By Alison Estilow, Cherry Hill, NJ USA
Days go bye. I'm going to miss you with every step I take, every move I make. Every single day, every night I pray I'll be missing you. Thinking of the day when you went away what a life to take what a bond to brake we'll be missing you and... one morning when this life is over. I know I'll see your face. I will be waiting. Tell great grandmom Lilly and greatgrandpop I miss them too.

Love your granddaughter, who will miss you, rest in peace.

Cross Michael Andrew Calandrino Taken 12-03-02 at 22
By Samantha House (Calandrino), Arlington, Tx.
In memory of Michael Calandrino, "daddy", who we miss every second of our lives. I never got to tell you this for sure but we have another one on the way. A piece of Chance and I left with you. Watch over us and wait. I'm sorry such a horrible thing happened to you, I hope God took you before it hurt too bad and I'm sorry I wasn't there to comfort you in your greatest time of need. I'll always love you, honey.

CrossBernard (Bernie) Callahan
By Bernadine Callahan, Collingdale, PA USA
Dear Dad,
You have alway's been my father, my friend, and my life. I miss and love you so much. We had alot of great time's together, and I miss that so much. You are an inspiration to me,and you were and still are "the best dad"a daughter could ever ask for. Untill we meet again in heaven."I love you and alway's will"!! Your loving daughter Bernadine (Bernie) xoxoxoxo

Poppie, We love and miss you to!!! (Love Nicole And Raymond) xoxo

FlowersKristin Callahan
By Mike Callahan, North Reading, MA USA
It wasn't supposed to be this way, You weren’t supposed to die.
It wouldn't even be so bad, If someone told me why.
Why you had to leave that day, Why I'm all alone.
I would have said so much to you, If only I had known.
I would have said I love you. I would have said goodbye.
You would have looked at me and smiled, And told me not to cry.
"I'll be fine" you'd say to me, "I'm sorry I can't stay."
And then you'd open up your wings, And have to fly away.
Now you watch us from above, High up in the sky.
It wasn't supposed to be this way, You weren't supposed to die.

I'll love and miss you each day of my life. Thank you for showing my what courage really is. Love, Your big brother Mike

CrossElisabeth Campana
By Elisabeth McConnell, Stroudsburg, PA USA

Cross Alan Campbell
By Daniel, Daina and Jessica Campbell, Pitman, New Jersey
In loving memory of my father Alan Campbell who died from head injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident. Although I haven't known you much of my life, I still love and pray for you every day and night!! We are so sorry that you never had a chance to meet your grand daughter and will promise to tell her all about you as she grows up. We hope you can hear our prayers and watch over us now that you are in a better place!!

CrossZella M. Campbell
By Sheri Scaggs, Royal Palm Beach, FL USA
Mom - It has been almost 7 years since you left us and the pain is still as if it were today. I miss you so much! With Mothers Day coming up it even hurts more because I always spent that day with you even though we were 1000 miles apart. I wish you were here with us and that you could see your Great Granddaughter, she is what keeps me going. I know she was sent to help me through all this and I thank God for her everysingle day. I know you are watching over us! I love you! Sheri

CrossNora Jean Carender
By Riana P Carender, Oracle, AZ, USA

My little baby weep no more,
because we need to close a door.

Maybe someday you will find,
that we must leave our pain behind.

Happiness won't be forgot,
remember now what I have taught.

So put a smile upon your face,
and take it at a slower pace.
My Mother passed away MARCH 22,1996. Unfortunately she committed suicide. I was 13 when it happened, and since then my life has been a roller coaster. The guilt, the grief, the sorrow and the morn, I've grown to know. I miss my Mother dearly and hold her memories tight. But the one thing I must remember, IS TO ALWAYS SEE THE LIGHT.

CrossRichard Nicholas Carlino
By Chrissy Carlino, Wayne, NJ USA
The most wonderful daddy in the whole world left us on September 30, 1995. Although the tears have stopped flowing as they did, our hearts still ache. As time goes by and more friends and family pass on we take comfort in knowing someone waits for them in heaven. Thank you for being my guardian angel, and for the 16 years I had with you, Daddy...

CrossAnthony Edward Carrico
By Sherry Quire
I would like him to know that he will be loved and missed always, and I will see him again in our fathers house. Together forever, never to part, less shall stop the beating of my heart. always & forever, Sherry.

CrossMary Carrasquillo
By Denise Carrasquillo, New York, NY USA
Its been almost 3 weeks since you past, everyday I miss you more and more. I pray to you, I go to church every week and lite a candel in your name, I have a memorial of you by my bedside. I still cant believe you are gone, I look foward to seeing you again in heaven. Please know that I love you dearly, because you are gone my life on earth will forever have an emptiness that only you can fill. The only thing that makes me happy is knowing you are no longer suffering with cancer, You are finally cured forever.I love you always and miss you dearly mommy..

Gone is the face I loved so dear
Silent is the voice I loved to hear
I watched you slowly fade away
I prayed so very hard for you to stay
but God took you home to share his love
to live eternally as angels above.
Died on November 19, 2000 from lung cancer, Mary was a survivor for over 2 years. She was an extremly strong woman and will be missed by many.

FlowersRebecca Ann Carter
By Friends from Class of 2000, Denton, TX USA
In memory of our loving friend who will never be forgotten. We all miss you so much, and we hope you are in a happier place where all of your dreams can be fulfilled. You will always be in our hearts, and we dedicate our graduation in May of 2000 to you girl.
We all love and miss you very much.

FlowersKristin Case
By Mel, Frenchtown, NJ USA
Leukemia claimed this young ladies life but we were all blessed by the years that she touched our lives.

Flowers Susan Casterline
By Erin Quinn, Newfield, New York
I miss you so much that words cannot explain. I wish I was there for you when times were rough and that you could see Bailey grow into a little boy. I love you and wish I could see,touch and talk to you. All my love, Erin Marie.

FlowersJean Cauvier
By Karla St Pierre, South Mountain, Ontario, Canada
To My Dear Grandmother
I am getting married July 21, 2001. really wish you could be there with me. so I wrote this poem to you

Dear Nan,i miss you so
more than you will ever know
i always dreamed of you watching me being given away
on this my wedding day.

Well Nan,that day is finally here
and i find it very hard not to shed a tear.
Please look down on us from above
and be very confident of our love.

My wedding is a dream come true
even though i am without you.
I know as they lift my veil, the soft breeze on my cheek
is really your kiss that i seek.

i miss you and love you very much. you are forever remembered and sadly missed. love always and forever
your grandaughter Karla St Pierre(and great grandchildren) Ashley, Jordan, Travis

CrossJames F Cavanaugh SR
By Shannon, Clifton Springs, NY USA
James Cavanaugh was my granfather I love him very much he did everything for everyone i just wanted to say thanks we all miss him. His wife of 62 years he was bron in June on the 16 1916 he has alot of granchildren and great grandchildren.and he has 6 kids there names are Eileen, Pat, Kathy, Diane, Jim And Dan
Love always your Granchild Shannon

CrossMichael A. Ceriale
By Judy Ryan, Chicago, IL USA
We miss you very much and pray that you are now safe in God's hands. It's comforting to know you're watching over all of us. We're doing our best to be strong, knowing that one day we will all be together again. We love you. "Ma" Ryan

CrossRuth Ann Chambers
By Ralph Dettwiler, Grand Rapids, MI USA
Ruth Ann was one of my high school teachers, but she was much more than that. She was a true friend, in whom I could confide. She listened to my problems, my worries and my complaints about life. She always seemed to have the right answer. She died shortly after I graduated from high school and went into the Marine Corps. That has been over 25 years ago, but she still holds a special place in my heart.

CrossJamie Scott Chandler
By Anonymous
Don't grieve for me, for now I see
I'm following the path God laid for me.
I took his hand when I heard him call
As He was there to catch my fall.

I could not stay another day
to laugh, to love,to work or play
Tasks left undone must stay that way
I found my peace at the close of day.

If my parting has left you sad
please remember the joy we had.
A love shared, a laugh, a kiss
Oh yes,these things I too will miss.

Be not burdened with times of sorrow,
I wish you the sunshine of tomorrow.
My life's been full, I savored much,
Good friends, good times, a loved one's touch.

Perhaps my time seemed all to brief
and may have brought you sorrow & grief.
Please be assured that God was there
to take me with Him in His care.
May 8,1958 - June 12,2000 RIP

CrossPhyliss Ann Chandler
By Sheila, Kentwood, MI USA
Grandma,your passing day is coming this month. I had better pay tribute to your life. You always believed in Jesus. I am glad that you did. Your in heaven now. On the 15th, I am gonna ask Dad to take me to your's and Grandpa's grave site. You know what's going on with me. I miss you Grandma. I miss you a lot. You were the one to talk me through my tough times. You've been gone a LONG time, and I still haven't moved on. Please Grandma, help me through this time. And your son needs you. And we both know your up there, and you and greatgrandma and grandpa are our guardian angels. I love you, and we miss you.

CrossJamie Leigh Chapman
By Craig Chapman, Albany, GA USA
Jamie, you passed on at only the age of 12, yet you brought far more good, beauty, and love to this world than I ever have or will. Please visit my daughter's site at http://www.windyweb/Jamie/ Jamie, who was killed by a drunk driver was brought into this world on 12/16/84 and taken to the side of our Lord on 12/21/96. I love you so, Dad

CrossDonald A. Charles
By Ashley W., Lycoming County, PA USA
Donald you were loved by so many people and we will all miss you so much. I never got to know you as much as I would have liked to. You were so sweet to me and I will never forget the night we met and how nice you were to me. We will love you always.

Cross Douglas Dee Charles Aug.3,1967-June 15, 2000
By Shannon Charles Burke, Georgetown, Ky
Dougie, it's been two years now and I miss you everyday. I wish that I got to say goodbye and hug you one last time. I'll never forget you Dougie and all the good times we shared, you were my favorite you know and always will be. My boys will never forget you,as we speak of you everyday. My little "Nolen Douglas", you'd be so proud to know that I named him after you! I know you're no more than a prayer away, but I'll always miss you Dougie, until we meet again. I Love You, Dougie- Shanie-Babe

Cross Kenneth D. Ciaiola (Schuyler, NY) 1957-2004
By Jessica Ciaiola, Jacksonville, FL
A golden heart stopped beating, hard working hands at rest. God broke our hearts to prove to us, he only takes the best. What is there to say. This was so unexpected! You have influenced me greatly and I love you daddy & I miss you! Always remember "I'll take a part of you with me, and everywhere I AM there you'll be"-Jessica

CrossEsther Clark
By Cris Ulrich, CO USA
Esther Clark was the most wongerful person that ever lived, and her memory will live on for forever. She will always be in my heart.

CrossTimothy Clark
By Linda Pakkala, L'Anse, MI
The Meaning of Friendship

The time has come
to tell you my friend
just what you mean to me.

Without you my Friend
the day is long
with no end in sight to see.

Just knowing that
you're out there somewhere
means all the world to me.

Whether a shoulder to cry on
or an ear with which to listen
you're the wonderful Friend I see.

Tim, Sweetie, you've been gone since July of 2000. I've so missed our chats on-line. How I wish we would have met. I believe now that all your pain and suffering are over and you are once again able to walk and embrace the Lord with your arms.... feeling his love. Your wheelchair has been cast aside for now you are free. I will always love you my dear, sweet Friend with a capital "F".

CrossJames W. (Walt) Clarke
By Justin Heggemeier (Grandson), Parker, CO USA
I miss you grandpa. Whenever I see a tractor I remember those rides I used to take with you when I was a young boy. I love you and not a day goes by without a thought of you in the big fields of heaven. We miss you so much.

FlowersJames W. (Walt) Clarke
By Ida D. Clarke
I will always remember the way you used to make me laugh. Your time here was not enough if only you could have stayed just a little longer. Your smile is one to never forget. I love you and We all miss you so very much.

Flower VaseWilliam H. Coates
By David Coates, Washington, DC, USA
I love you Dad and I will always miss you.

CrossGary Coe
By Lorraine Coe, Howell, NJ USA
In loving memory of a father, husband, son, and friend. You will always live in our hearts. We love you and miss you. Ten years today.
Lorraine and Jaime

Cross Candy Coleman
By Lisa Coleman, Van Buren, Arkansas
Candy-Cane, although you were only in our lives for such a short time, your memory will be with us forever. I held you in my arms as you took your last breathe on this earth, now I will hold you in my heart until we met again in heaven. You will always be Momma and Daddy's Little baby girl. We will never get over losing you, but we will find a way to make it through each day without you, until we are together again. We will love you forever little baby girl!

CrossFay Coleman Collins
By Bruce Collins, Kentwood, MI USA

There's a gal from Somerset
whom I call Mother.
She's blowing candles out today
put your arms around her.
She twinkles like St. Nick.
she can dance a jig
stand on her head or
put on a wig.
She's part Lucille Ball
part original Fay.
She's blowing candles out today.
Put your arms around her
and tell her she is such a dear.
Life is a pleasure to be
near her.
by Wendie Stronach
He who believes in Me has eternal life, John 6:47

Flower VaseColumbine's Children
By Val Magnuson, Holly, MI USA

Delicately nodding in the spring wind
On a tenuous stalk
Each petal reminiscent of enameled cloisonne
Vividly and deftly formed
A colored whisper of spring
Last year and every one before
Columbine made my heart sing!
But, nothing lasts forever
Especially us-
Columbine, forever etched
Nodding no longer in the spring wind
Cut down from delicate, tenuous stalks
Each young petal ripped from the earth
Just as they had begun to bloom!
Little columbine flower
As you grow outside my door
I cannot erase the Hellish visions
Of your children lying murdered
Behind Columbine's doors
I pray the monsters of the earth
Find other outlets for their wrath
Earth, sadly needs a beauty that will last!
by Val Magnuson ©1999
(To the Children of Columbine)

Cross Ray Carroll Childree Jr 2/3/1980~10/22/1996
By Melba Childree, Ozark, Alabama
Dear Ray,
Tears are falling sofly,
As gently as spring rain,
Falling on the memory,
that cannot ease the pain.
The pain of having lost you,
of having had to part,
The longing just to see you,
That forever breaks our hearts
Love you always Ray
All My Love, Mama

FlowersJuanita Choate
By Janie Jones, Fayetteville, NC
Granny you went away to soon. We miss you and love you. I remember when you married papa. We had so much fun that day. We made you two feel like young love birds. Even though you guys where 74. There is a void in our lives without you. I have known you all my life. You are such a special person. I know you are in good hands you are with God, John and nanny, and your late husband Tom. Until we meet again. we love you

CrossPearl Choate
By Janie Jones, NC
Nanny you went away so long ago. I have not forgotten you. I remember every Sunday you making us fried chicken and mashed potatoes and gravy. We loved going to the farm to see you. you have lots of great grand children. love and miss you

CrossKathryn L. Cobb
By Gene Cobb, Littleton, CO
Mom - I truly miss you. You were a wonderful mother and friend. The Lord was kind in allowing me to have as much time with you as I did. Blessed are those He calls to live near in His courts (Ps.65a)

CrossHenry Ervin Coleman "PeeWee"
By Sherri Ervina Coleman, Macon, Georgia
Daddy, I really do miss you, but I know that God takes only the best. Love you forever. 04/28/48-10/12/97

CrossLuther C. Conant III
By Weeg, Kent, Ohio USA
Rest in peace my good friend.

CrossGladys L. Condon
By Dolores C. Bachman, Conestoga, Pa.
My dearest Mother, it has been almost 6 months since I have lost you, and I don't believe I will ever get over this, I never knew what I had until now, you are a angel, my angel and I can't wait until we are togeather again, Mom I love you and miss you so much
your loving daughter, Dolores

CrossGladys L. Condon 9/27/1918- 2/28/2001
By Yvonne Johnson, Ephrata, PA
Nanny, I am so sorry I was't able to be there for you. Please forgive me. You will never know just how much I miss you and love you. It is so hard to go on without you. You were an angel before you ever became an angel in Heaven. Love, Vonnie.

CrossIda Elizabeth Conley
By Paul Bailey, Ashland, KY USA
Mom you have taught me so very much, and showed me so much love. When you died I could not believe the pain that was going though me. They told me that in time the pain would ease, but it has been 16 years and the pain remains the same Sometimes I feel you with me, and I know that you have seen my children, your grandchildren in spirit. After you past we found what you had written on the backs of the pictures you had on the wall. And the one thing that stands out in my mind is " The hardest part of loving is knowing when to let go " Mom I LOVE YOU!

CrossDonald E. Cooper
By Terry L. Taylor, Pittsburg, KS USA
Dad died after a heroic battle with cancer. He left us one year ago on January 28, 2000. He had been in the Hospital for 71 days. He accepted Jesus into his heart in January, 2000. He was baptized, in the Hospital, by my husband, Sonny. I love you and miss you, Daddy.

God saw you getting tired,
And a cure was not to be,
So he put his arms around you
And whispered, "Come to me".

With tearful eyes we watched you,
And saw you pass away,
And although we loved you dearly,
We could not make you stay.

A golden heart stopped beating,
Hard working hands at rest.
God broke our hearts to prove to us,
He only takes the best.

Sadly missed, but not forgotten,
Wife Evelyn, Terry, and Sonny

FlowersEmma Coote
By Dawn Coote, Pietermaritzburg, Natal, South Africa
God Gave Us Four Little Angels.
Forever In Our Hearts -
Gone But Never Forgotten.

FlowersJames Coote
By Dawn Coote, Pietermaritzburg, Natal, South Africa
God Gave Us Four Little Angels.
Forever In Our Hearts -
Gone But Never Forgotten.

FlowersJarred Coote
By Dawn Coote, Pietermaritzburg, Natal, South Africa
God Gave Us Four Little Angels.
Forever In Our Hearts -
Gone But Never Forgotten.

FlowersJesse Coote
By Dawn Coote, Pietermaritzburg, Natal, South Africa
God Gave Us Four Little Angels.
Forever In Our Hearts -
Gone But Never Forgotten.

CrossIvan Cordova Sr.
By Candice Taylor, Chicago, IL USA
Dad I know that it has been along time and I miss you so very much! I wish that you could be here to see what a little man that your son has become you would be so proud. Well you can see him from up in heaven, I love and miss you very very much and you are always in my heart daddy. My Father died June 3, 1989 and it feels like it was yesterday!!! R.I.P

FlowersDomenic Marvin Corgiat
By Nancy Ford, Richmond, VA USA
My Dad was a great husband, father of three girls, school principal, musician, artist, and poet. Growing up in Michigan, we knew we were the center of his universe. He loved children but never got to meet his only grandchild, who is now an eight-year-old boy.

He left us many gifts. To my older sister, it's her love of writing. To my younger sister, it's her love of art. And to me, it's my love of music. We miss him every day of our lives.


The woods are full of fungi
Come walk with me
Kick the crisp dry matting
Of buff tan leaves
To launch their flight
In answer to the call of a fragrant wind.

Come walk with me
Hold my hand
Find again those hidden treasures
Scalloped oyster shells
Climbing stalks of aspen trees

Come walk with me
Entwine my arm
And talk to me
Embrace my trunk
And trace the line of verdant pine
Beyond the highest oyster shell
Where blue
Breaks through popcorn clouds
And Heaven's breeze
Paints with mist upon your lips
An invitation
To search out again forbidden pleasures.

By Domenic Marvin Corgiat, 1921-1984, Copyright

Cross Misty Renee' Cote
By Larry F. Cote, Limington, Maine
Misty Renee' Cote (my daughter)
Jessica Ann Herrick (Misty's cousin)
Michaela Lee Herrick (Misty's cousin)

"Cousins Forever in God's Loving Care", these three Angels died on January 31, 1992 in an automobile accident in Standish Maine.

Daddy's Little Angel
Time has come and gone
and tears I bare every night and day
for my life has seen many changes
so alone I quietly brush my teardrops away
Each day I still long for wisdom
as I continue to search for that distant light
I think of all or our yesterdays
when I watched you sleep at night
And there is nothing that I will ever touch
in this sometimes lonely world
that will ever mean so much
as the love I have for my little girl

Love Daddy

Cross Lyman A Cottle
By Barbara Cottle, Bandy, VA
5/22/1927-12/25/2003 Lyman A Cottle whom is missed and cherished always. Who is now at peace. Happy 80th Birthday Loved by all

Our love and thoughts are with you, Your wife

Flower VasePeggy Lousie Cotton
By Janet Augustine, Salem, OH USA
To my wonderful Mother who I miss so very much. It has only been a short time since you have left all of us but we miss and think of you so often. I am so grateful to have had a Mom like you. I love you. Janet

CrossTimmy Courtois II
By Danielle Guidry, Iberia, LA USA
This is for Lil Timmy my cousin who died and i miss him and think of him often. I will always have you in by heart and prayers. I love you tim. love always your cousin poncee'.

Cross Mary Haydon Cox
By Robin Fleming, Hutto, TX
Mom, it's been 4 months since you were called home to Heaven and I miss you more than you will ever know. How were we supposed to know that you were going to die from cancer that day? Especially since you had never been diagnosed! I still remember the anguish and shock I felt when the dr. said the words that shattered my whole world! What should have been the happiest time of my life became my worst nightmare. I was 26, married to the love of my life, and my first born child was only 2 weeks old. I should have been on top of the world, but instead, I was faced with burying my best friend! We were always very close, but once I was an adult myself, we were the very best of friends. I don't know what to do without you. I only pray that when God calls me home, I will see your beautiful smile again and everything will be right again. I love you so much and can't wait until we are reunited. I'm so glad you got to see Ashlyn before you left! Please watch over my baby girl and keep her safe! She and Brian are truly the only reason I am able to go on.

Cross Nathan Corey Cox
By James Conley, Ashland, Kentucky
He Is Greatly Missed!

Cross Shane Cox
By Deborrah Brookins, Brian Hardin, Michael Hardin, Stephanie Hardin, Memphis, TN
A friend left today.
No more suffering or pain.
Death took him quickly,
Whisk him away.
Our friend we will
Remember in days to come.
He will be missed by
Loved ones and Friends.

Flower VaseGeorge Craig
By Allie Slusher, Pineville, KY USA
Uncle George,
I sure do miss you, I cry everyday because you are no longer in my life. I wish you were here with me so we could do all the fun things we used to! I love you and miss you very much.

Love your
Swamp Cat (Allie Slusher)

CrossDale Cranmer 10-9-1946 TO 6-2-1998
By Pat And Sissy Cranmer Jeffersonville, IN USA
Thanks for all the loving memories, you never said i'm leaving, you never said goodbye

You were gone before we knew it
and only God knew why
a million times we needed you
a million times we cried.
If love alone could have saved you,
you never would have died
in life we loved you dearly
in death we love you still
in our hearts you hold a place,
that no one could ever fill
it broke our hearts to lose you,
but you didn't go alone
for part of us went with you,
the day god took you home.
You were our home,
you were our family,
you kept us together,
we've all flown apart.
Time as thay say does not heal all wounds.
Love always.

CrossJohn J. Creegan
By Susan Caponi, North Bellmore, NY USA
Dear John:
I don't ever remember a time when I didn't look up to you. You were always there to save me even if only from myself. I always knew I loved you but never realized how much a part of me you are. I MISS YOU. The emptiness you left in me can never be filled. A brother is a lifelong friend and you will always be mine...
Love your LITTLE sister,

Flower Vase Tony Crossley
By Mandy, Birmingham, England
died 31 October 2000 aged 31. There is never a day that goes by that we don't think of you Tony, husband, son, brother, uncle and daddy without ever knowing it. You will stay in our hearts forever and live in our lives through Shaun-Anthony, your beautiful little boy xxxxx miss you always, sleep tight

CrossRobert Anthony Crow "Li'l Rob"
By Tommy, Susan, & Tania Crow, Gallup, New Mexico
In Loving Memory of our beloved son & brother. Died 7-24-01 @ 16
See You Soon

By Susan Crow

Never more to hold you
Or have our special talks
Is making me feel lonely
In my heart today

For I will never see you
Here on earth each day
You’re my baby Boo Boo
Whom I long for
Each and every day

Dear Lord, tell my Boo Boo
I Love Him and I Miss Him so
Lord, hold him in you arms
And keep him safe for me

I long to be
with you all
On that glorious day

CrossBejimen "Ben" Crowe
By Robyn Delong, Mansfield, OH USA
Dedicated to 2 of my best friends. Now that you are gone I have no one to get into trouble with ( remembering the good times)!!! I miss both of you. Brandon Arter 1983 - 1999, Bejimen "Ben" Crowe 1983 - 1999. Their car was srtuck by a school bus and smashed their car. Brandon died instantly and Ben died at the hospital from massive head and neck injuries.

Cross Troy Robert Crawford
By Dori Hannah McCormick, High Point, NC
You left with no warning, no time to say goodbye, how very much I love you, thank you for all you did and who you were, no time to see your boys, no time to finish our home, no time to marry....I pray God will keep you safe and let you know how very much I love you and cant get on without you here with me....Please get our house in heaven ready, for I will be with you soon...You have all of my love and you are my "everything" honey! I wont say goodbye i will just say what you always did... "Goodnight darliln"

Cross Holli Nicole Crockett
By Tammy Crockett, Bastrop, Louisiana
1985 -- 2006 I think about you every moment of the day Holli and I miss you with all my heart. I still can't believe you are gone. I never pictured my life without you in it. Rest in Peace my girl. Love you always, mom

CrossDennis James Crouch
By Nicole Marie Crouch, Lott, TX USA
Daddy, I don't understand why you had to leave me when you had so much to do with my life. We had a bond that could never be broken, and I still hold on to it. I miss you more than words can say, and I don't know how I'm suppose to live my life without you. I love you more than life itself and would give anything in this world to see you for one second again. At least long enough to hug you and hear you say that you love me. I remember how no matter how busy you were or no matter how bad of a day you were having, you would always have time to stop and give me a hug and kiss and tell me you love me. I need that so much. And I miss the way you always knew how to make me smile. Just a wink and a smile from you could make me so happy for the rest of the day. You made my life so wonderful. And now that you're gone there is a big part of me missing inside. A spot that will always be empty because you will always be gone. And I just pray that I can make it here so far away from you. And so far away from your hugs and your kisses. Daddy, I love you and I'll always and forever be your little girl! Love, ~Puddins~

CrossRobert Anthony Crow "Li'l Rob"
By Tommy, Susan, & Tania Crow, Gallup, New Mexico
In Loving Memory of our beloved son & brother. Died 7-24-01 @ 16

CrossBertha Lou Crum
By Jeanine Alm, Nashville, TN USA
Mom-- It has been 2 years since you left us and went home. I am grateful for the time we had, but I miss you so much momma. Everyone says in time the pain will ease, I can't see how. What people don't realize is you weren't just my mom, you were my best friend. I miss you so much momma and I pray everyday that you knew just how much I love you and just how much you'll be missed by us all.


Life is but a stopping place,
A pause in what's to be,
A resting place along the road,
To sweet eternity.
We all have different journeys,
Different paths along the way,
We all were meant to learn some things,
But never meant to stay...
Our destination is a place,
Far greater than we know.
For some, the journey's quicker,
For some, the journey's slow.
And when the journey finally ends,
We'll claim a great reward,
And find an everlasing peace,
Together with our Lord.

Michael (8) David (7) Kayla (5)
Big Kisses & Hugs for you, we miss you and love you Nanna.

I love you Mom-- Jeanine

CrossEdwin E. Cruz (Spanky)
By Candice Taylor, Chicago, IL USA
It has been so hard for me to accept the fact that you are no longer hear with me. Your mom is taking this so hard I feel helpless I wish that I could take away her pain but I can't even take away mine, I just wish that I would have met her before this happened! Pa I love you so much there is not a day that goes by or should I say a moment I do not find myself in a daze. I wish that we could all go back in time and change things but we all now realize that we cannot, baby I miss you and will never, ever forget you or stop loving you...
Forever and Always your

CrossRichard Cuanang
By Debbie Ruggeri, Staten Island, NY USA
It's been one year today November 22, since that horrible disease, cancer, took you away. Oh, Daddy how we miss you. So young, only 62. Gabrielle and Brian, your grandchildren, still ask for you and cry for you. Linda and I are taking care of Mommy, but we are not you. You were so strong, never complaining of pain or anything. Not even in the end. Your sisters love and miss you too. We know that an angel came and called your name to bring you to heaven, but it still hurts. Mommy said to tell you she loves and misses you and as the both of you always signed your cards to each other for 35 years, "TILL THE END OF TIME".

Love your Wife, Nancy, Your 2 Daughters Debbie and Linda, Your son-n-law, Peter, Your grandchildren, Brian and Gabrielle and your Sisters, Barbara and Maureen and all your in laws nieces and nephews, WE MISS YOU AND LOVE YOU!

CrossFrank A. Cucitro
By Vicky Thompson, NY USA
To my brother, my friend, As time passes by I still have to stop and wonder why. I just don't understand the way you suffered. I still don't understand how God took a son, a brother, a husband, a father. I miss you everyday. Till we meet again my God keep you at his side. I LOVE YOU

CrossFlora A. Cugliari (the most loving wife, mother, and grandmother)
By Miranda Marie Druckenbrod, North Canton, OH
Nothing Gold Can Stay- by Robert Frost
Nature's first green is gold,
Her hardest hue to hold.
Her early leaf's a flower;
But only so an hour.
Then leaf subsides to leaf.
So Eden sank to grief,
So dawn goes down to day.
Nothing gold can stay.

Grandma I love you so much! I will miss you with all my heart and every day that I wake up I will remember all the wonderful talks we had when I would come over and visit... I know that you couldn't stay with me forever and now you can go to Heaven and take care of my sister. You always said she was your guardian angel and that she was watching over you... now you are mine. I am so thankful that we spent so many hours together and that I was there when you slipped away from our world into Gods... Forever you will remain my "grammy" and I will miss you untill we are together again! I love you and am so proud to call you my grandma.. Love Always, Miranda Marie (your twin angel)

CrossBaby Culberson
By Amy, West Monroe, LA USA
We would have named you Gregory Dalton if you were a boy or Haley Raelynn if you were a girl. Either way, we just wanted you and needed you. There is not a day that goes by that I don't miss feeling you grow inside of me. I looked forward to the nights of you waking up and me putting you in the bed between me and your dad, so we could just lay there and look at you. Instead of us being able to see you and watch your little fingers and toes grow, you grew wings instead, and became a angel. Even though we will never be able to see you or hold you in the ways that we had wanted, you will always still be with us in our hearts, souls and our minds. I know that you are in Heaven, and one day, I will finally be able to hold you in my arms. We love you forever and always!
Mom and Dad

CrossFredrick Benjerman Culver
By Lorna Moore, Carrollton, KY USA
By Jessica, Carrollton, KY
By Lorna Moore,
In the memory of my father born November 19, 1925- died November 18, 1987 of cancer. You will always be in my heart, a part of my soul and an inspiration in my memory. You are the light of my life and I know you are always there listening when I need to talk. I know someday I will see you again.

By Jessica,
It has been 15 years since your passing and each and every day I think of you. I remember you being so tall, and you lounging in your recliner. I can still see the smile that you greeted us with when we came throw the door at Christmas. I wish though, that we could of had more time with each other, I would love for my boys to have known you, for my memories of you are only good ones. They would of loved you just as I do. I miss the good times we all had, like our one family outing where we all went fishing and Chris caught a turtle instead of a fish. I hope you know just how much you are loved and how much you truely meant to each and everyone of us. I Love You and miss you dearly Grandpa. You will always be in my heart.
Love, Your Grand-Daughter, Jess

Cross Sarah Jane Culver
By Lorna Moore, Carrollton, KY
In memory of my mother, born March 31, 1922 - died December 17, 2003. Mom I miss you dearly. I know I didn't spend as much time with you as I should have. The Lord took you from us so quickly I only hope you left this world knowing how much you were loved. I know you have waited along time to be with Dad and I know he was there to take your hand and lead the way for your journey. I will miss your voice and laughter, it will be so hard not to run to your house for the peace and love that was always found there. There is such an emptyness inside of me that I don't think all the memories will ever fill. I love you Mom and I know it was hard for you to make the decision to go and leave us behind, the hardest decision you have ever had to make but we understand. Till I see and hold you again, I love you.

CrossCharline Curtis
By Jeff Curtis, Cleveland, OH USA
Mama, I miss your presence here on earth, and envy you your freedom with the Lord. I'll see you soon, I know. You are loved.

CrossCharline Ann Perkins Curtis
By Mark S. Curtis, Columbus, OH USA
To my Beloved Mama,
You've been gone for a year and a half after a valiant battle against cancer. Though the cancer left your paralyzed for four years you never lost your faith or your love for your Savior. Though your dreaded being a burden it was a privilege for Dad and I to care for you. I think about you every day. You will always be missed. Please be waiting for me at the Eastern Gate, as we used to sing about.

FlowersEvelyn Elizabeth Downs Curtis
By Jeanette Browning, Lake Ann, MI USA
Mom - It's been 2 years and I miss you so much. Evelyn Curtis died 5 Jun 1995 from colon cancer. She fought hard for 5 years. She inspired so many. While fighting this terrible disease, she would always say, "I'm not dying of cancer, I'm LIVING with cancer." And living she did...went on a cruise to Bahamas, traveled to Florida, Virginia, KY, and many places in between. No one could tell that she was even sick until the last 2 months. You were a strong woman, Mom, and a great inspirational to the whole family and everyone who knew you. As everyone who ever met you has said, "She was an angel." Now you are an angel and I hope that you are looking over me. I'm happy now, mom. I know that you will be with me on January 3rd when I get married.
Love, Jeanette

Cross Jeffrey Michael Curtis
By Mark Curtis, Belle Center, Ohio
Dear Jeff,
Well, you got to go home to be with the Lord and see Mama, again, before we thought. I love you and miss you, my dear brother, but I am glad to know you are truly safe, happy, and a peace. God bless you and keep you.

Your loving brother,

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