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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.


CrossMary Rose Lyons Haberman
By Bonnie Haberman Koroly, Downingtown, PA USA
Today Nov. 10 was your birthday. I am thinking about you, thanking God for giving me such a wonderful loving mother. I still cling to the words Dad said "To live in the hearts we leave behind is not to die" Dad is with you and now Rich is with you too. I miss my family, but I know how blessed I was to have such a wonderful family. I pray for each of you everyday.

CrossJustin Bradley Hahn
By Brandi, Ft Hood, TX USA
"Beloved Justin Bradley, the hardest thing is to say goodbye, so I wont say goodbye, I'll just say so long for a little while. You'll have a perfect stage in heaven and will have everyone entertained before we all meet again, so save a place for us." Justin Hahn died in an auto accident December 26, 1992 in Moore, OK at the young age of 16. All of his friends are grown up now and each of us carry Justin's legacy in our hearts and not a day goes by where we aren't reminded of how he touched our lives in some way. We love you Justin.

Flowers Albert Haigh
By Alyson Rebccah Skinner (Magazzu), North Reading, MA
Grandpa I hope your enjoying heaven as much as you enjoyed life. I hope you are watching over us and caring for our loved ones who have passed. I am sure you have met little Ammon and caring for him for Ashley and Richard. I miss you and love you grandpa. I think about you all the time especially when I see a ship in a bottle. Take care until we meet again with hugs and kisses. Love Aly

CrossDavid Matthew Haislop
By Linda Haislop, Lorton, VA USA
October 31st 1986 to September 28th 1989
Here today, gone tomorrow, together in memory forever. He is not gone, he is just away, with the wave of the hand a smile so big, he went off to a better place. So suddenly , so soon, U were only 34 months old. Not a day goes by that U are not on my mind. Until the day we will be together forever David I will miss U every step of the way. My buddy, my pal, my beautiful son, Momma loves U so much. My Little Angel ...

Cross Erica Layne Hall
By Rachael Odum, Bluff City, TN
In Memory of Erica Layne Hall. Erica was a beautiful, bright, loving and spunky young lady. She was a senior and varsity cheerleader at her high school and a member of a National Champs All-Star cheerleading team. Erica went home to be with our Lord Oct. 2001. I know she is in Heaven teaching all the angels cheers, chants, motions and builds. She is now a member of the Heavenly All-Star Cheerleading Squad. We love you and miss you dearly Erica. We will see you again, until that time comes keep watching over your family and friends. }i{
Rachael and Kalani Odum

Cross Gaylon Hall
By Kathleen Bowers, Vancouver, Washington
I miss you dad. I love you. Gaylon Hall 11/26/39-03/14/01.

FlowersJessica Nicole Haller (Princess)
By Briita, Rathdrum, ID USA
Jessica was born in 1980 and was just finshing her last year of high school when on March 13 1999 while driving with her mother, two sisters, and long time boyfriend, was in an accident, and killed by a drunk driver. The drunk driver still remains free today able to go and come as he pleases. Life isn't fair but I know Jessica is where she would want to be, I love and miss you so much Princess. Please keep watch over me. xoxoxo Everyone misses you here.

CrossAmanda Dawn Hamm
By Michele Rogerson, Rocky Mount, NC USA
Manda, you were my closest friend. It has been 3 years since that fatal day when you, Mandy, Reagan, and Deborah were on your way to school. I wish you were here, but I know that I will see you again. Just to let you know, Deborah is doing fine. Miss you lots!!

Cross John R. "Skip" Hanchera
By DJ Malloy, Kincheloe, MI
Dad was killed in the line of police duty on 7/14/81 while arresting a man for beating his girlfriend. He was only 49 years old and never had the chance to see his one desire fulfilled; his grandchildren. He was a loving man and a great Dad.

Flower Vase William R Hands
By Linda, Republic, Missouri
Dad, I miss you a lot. I think of you often. I wish you could be here to see your great grandchildren. You would love them so much. You were such a good man. I have always hoped to be half the person you were. Thanks for being such a great Dad. I love you.

CrossBetsy Handy
By Andrea Hadley, Cochranville, PA USA
I can't believe you're gone. You were an awesome friend, a perfect role model, and the best hockey player. You lived a very special but short life and I often wonder why someone as wonderful as you were taken while I'm still here. Until me meet again, I miss you! Betsy died on November 6, 1999 from a sudden brain anurism.

Cross Leonard Lewis Hanke
By Marlene Borchert, Calhan,Colorado
This is my third Father's day without you Dad. Sometimes I feel the pain if going to go away and then it reality hits me, you are gone to heaven and I won't see you again on this earth. There are so many reminders of you everywhere I look, there you are. I have made an special place for you with a drilling rig that has Dad's Place on it and some angel figureines in front of the entrance. If I could just hear your voice one more time. to give you a big hug and say how very much I love you. I would also ask for your forgiveness for the many times I lied to you and caused you any pain or grief. I remember the suffering you went through but I also remember how you were reaching for the angels in your last few days on earth. So Dear Precious Sweet Daddy of mine, I look forward to seeing you again and until then I have all of these wonderful memories in my heart to keep me going. I will love you forever, Marlene

FlowersBetty (Ann) J. Hansen
By Cindy Mikla, Davenport, IA USA
If tears could build a stairway and memories a lane I'd walk right up to heaven and bring you home again.

FlowersSara Jane Hanson (Granny)
By Jack W. Hanson, Sr, Wenatchee, WA USA
Our Mother has been gone almost three years now. We all miss her very much.

CrossWarner R. Hanson
By Charidy A. Bell, Ellsworth AFB, SD USA
Served in World War II. Had frostbite and was in a German hospital until he was able to be flown back to the US. Grandpa was the sweetest person I've ever met. He died at the age of 82 of lung cancer. I LOVE YOU GRANDPA!! Someday, I will see you again!

CrossWilliam (Bill) Hansen
By Cindy Mikla, Davenport, IA USA
To my wonderfull Dad. You left before thanksgiving and you left before christmas. Even though we wanted you to be with us we knew you want to be with mom, Who only died a few months before. We love and miss both of you...

CrossRobert Harden
By Anna Nicole Boozer, Dalton, GA USA
Paw Paw I miss you so much. When I see you in heaven I hope you will have some cherries for me. There is not a day that goes by that your family doesn't think about you.


CrossChristy Marie Harder
By Sue Smith, Peoria, AZ USA
We lost our sweet Christy Marie when she was only two and a half years old when she drowned in a swimming pool. While the pain of losing her will never go away, we rejoice in the knowledge that some day we will be with her again.

CHRISTY © 1994
By Erin Dischinger (Christy's Aunt)

A precious life, God's little one,
flew upon an angel's wing
As she arrived before the Lord,
the heavens began to sing
Her giggles and laughter
as she entered His Kingdom
were filled with beauty and grace
The innocence in her eyes
put a smile on Jesus face
She's skipping through the heavens now,
no hurt, no anger, no fear
Happiness is all she feels,
she'll never shed a tear
She's dancing and singing with the angels,
she's peaceful as can be
She has what so many others desire
the gift of being free
So as we think of our dear Christy,
remember her with love
For she's with the Lord and making Him smile
as she dances on the heavens above

FlowersMike Hardesty
By Rosy Baldwin, Arlington, VA USA
Always on my mind. Always in my heart. Mike, I miss you more than words can say. All my love to you until we meet again. Love, Rosy.

Cross Zach Harlow
By Kyle, Martinsburg, WV
I will love you always real brother miss you so much keep doing God's work

CrossChristopher Alexander Harris
By Harris family, Alvin, Texas
Chris, you fought a good fight and you finished the course. We are delighted to have known you for such a short time. Rest! Love your Grandma, Aunts and Uncles.

Cross Donna Harribine-Trites
By Karen Harribinen (Sister), Peabody, Massachusetts
Our Donna Jean.. our Daughter, ourSister, our Mother, our Auntie, and our Friend. We all love you and miss you 9 years later and every day.

CrossElder Buddy Harris
By Donna Wills, Lafayette, LA USA
Dad-It doesn't seem like a year has passed already that God called you home. I will always ask why he took you so young. We miss you dearly. The kids are growing up quickly and miss you greatly. love you always.. Donna and the kids

CrossMichael Lynn Harris
By Deputy K. L. Harris, Meade, KS USA
To my beautiful son, I love you and miss you. I know one day we'll be together in heaven. You died when you were 9 to a drunk driver but your memory lives on in all who knew you. I promise you son, to do all I can to help others learn from your memory.

If just one speaks up to just one who wants to drink and drive and if just one life is spared from a few moments here now, then all lives are blessed and this world is made richer for just one living to love. A taxi fare is such a small price to pay for an innocent life and speaking up costs nothing at all. God Bless you Michael


Flower VaseJames H. Harrison
By Donna Deal, White Bluff, Tennessee
In loving memory of my hero, my dad. You and your music lives on in my heart forever. I miss you dearly. Love your baby.

CrossJames (Jimmy) Harrison
By Donna Deal, Bluff, Tennessee
Jimbo, even though I was young when you passed, you live in my heart. Daddy is with you now, for it is your turn. I had him for 37 years and you for a mere 8. I hope you have as much love , joy, and happiness with him as I did. Love your little sister

CrossMartin Hartnett
By Jacki Hartnett, Adelaide SA Australia
To my darling son taken away from me so early at the tender age of 13 I love and miss you so much. Love for Eternity you are forever in my heart. Mum

CrossCSM (retired) Henry Warren Harvey
By Janet M. Harvey-Hopkins, Martinez, Georgia
January 8, 1924- October 16, 1993
Thank-You Dear Lord, for meeting me here
outside these Pearly gates.
But if you don't mind, if you really don't care
I'd rather just stay here and wait.
I won't scream or shout, or harm anyone.
I'll be a real "Angel', you'll see.
Because inside those gates
without my little girl,
just wouldn't be Heaven for me.

FlowersLaura Maria Hayes
By Laura Hayes, Breaux Bridge, LA USA
She was only nineteen and had the whole world in front of her just waiting for her to grab it, her life was taken to early if she would have had her seat belt on maybe things would be different. Born 6-9-1980 Left this World 12-27-1999

Flower VaseAngel Hays
By Ray and Joy Hays, Ryan and Trevor, PA
"The One Who Waits for Me"
by: Joy Hays

We had a little angel
She wasn't ours for long.
She's up in Heaven now
Running, playing and singing songs.

And so my little Angel
This is written just for you
To let you know how much
Your Dad and I miss you.
When I look up to the sky
On a very starry night
The tiniest star I see
Is my angel shining bright.

I never got to tuck you in
Or hear your bedtime prayers
Or read to you the story
"Goldilocks and the Three Bears".

I never got to kiss your face
Or hold your little hand.
Why God took away our angel...
We try to understand.

This year on Christmas Eve
We'll hang an ornament on the tree
It will be a little angel
Like the one who waits for me.

When I die and go to Heaven
The first thing I want to see
Is my darling little Angel's arms
Reaching out to me.

Love, Mommy

Angel died June 1, 1989. She had a nural tube defect called Anencephaly. I was a little less than 5 months pregnant with her when she died.

CrossElizabeth Porche Hebert
By Lynette Daniel Klingman, Houma, LA USA
You were an inspiration not only to me, but to countless others. You could not walk for most of your life, but you never let that stop you from teaching and being involved in living a full life and giving of yourself to others! I miss you so much, Mrs. Hebert ... I pray I will see you again in heaven someday! I'm sorry you couldn't have seen my beautiful daughter, but her middle name is your name, as a tribute to you.

Cross Frank Heck
By Brandy, Pennsylvania
August 12th is a sad day for more than you know, it still seems like yesterday we were all sitting on the back porch listening to you play tunes on the guitar...and you in your bad mustang...we all miss you more than you would of ever imagined you were a brother, a friend, a lover, a daddy...give Syd big hugs and kisses from me. they say when someone dies there is a baby being born somehwere...does the pain, the guilt, the grief, the bitterness ever go away? 3 years hasnt made a difference. We miss and love you baby more than words can say, you guys will be together again someday but until then keep us close as we do you and the song remains the same...Long May You Run--Neil Young

Flower VaseSgt. Charles Theodore ("Tom") Heggemeier
By Trilva J. (Heggemeier) Sons, Morgantown, IN USA
Proud Soldier of the U.S. Army's First Calvary Division - Hometown: Madison, Kansas - I really miss you Daddy....

FlowersSgt. Paul Heggemeier
By Trilva (Heggemeier) Sons, Morgantown, IN USA
Died in the Death March of Bataan. Hometown: Madison, Kansas

CrossBrian Heller
By Trooper Tracy Ilczuk, Maryland State Police, Salisbury Barrack, Salisbury, MD USA
Deputy Brian Heller of the Worcester County Sheriff's Office died (6/14/00) as the result of injuries sustained in a single vehicle accident on Rte 113 near Blades Rd. Pocomoke, Worcester County, Md.

It happened at 10:20 PM while enroute to assist another deputy with a mental subject with a possible weapon. He was traveling S/B on Rte 113 near Blades Rd. Worcester County, Md., Brian's 2000 Ford Crown Vic. skidded off the wet roadway at a curve and struck a tree in the median strip thus ejecting Brian. The car subsequently burst into flames. Brian was transported to Peninsula Regional Medical Center where he was pronounced dead shortly thereafter. He is survived by a wife and two daughters, ages 14 and 9.

Brian was hands down the best police officer I have had the privilege of working with in my 10 years as a LEO. He was extremely proactive in the fight against drugs. He was never down and always had a great attitude and a smile. Brian was larger than life and loved his job.

CrossJacqueline Suzanne Helms
By Dick Helms, Wellsville, NY USA
A little girl taken by a great plague. "Thy will be done".

CrossLeonard Robert Henry
By Judy Norys (sister), Hernando, MS USA
July 25, 1942--Oct. 23, 1998
Tho it's been also two years, since you went away
We love you more with each new day
The years will pass, but your memories will stay
One day we'll met at that pearlly white gate
And together forever,we'll stay
We miss you so much son, brother, brother-in-law, dad, husband and friend. Love you more.

CrossWalter J. Herald
By Rosemarie Sweener, Troy, NY USA
Dad we all love you and miss you. Not a day goes by that I don't think about you. Until We meet again just rememeber I love you. He will be gone 7 years November 11, 1999

CrossArthur Bruce Herdman
By Bruce Herdman, Shelton, CT USA
My dad served in Korea as a staff sargeant for the U.S. Marine Corp. He passed away when I was 1 year old and 23 days before my brother was born. I never knew my dad in the physical, but thanks to my mom, grandmother and grandfather (his parents) his memory was so instilled in mee that I felt I did know him in spirit and am proud to be his son...

CrossJohn R. Herdman
By Bruce Herdman, Shelton, CT USA
My grandfather served in the U.S. Marine Corp. as a Gunnery Sergeant. He saw action in the Guatemala conflict in 1927. I would not only like to honor him for keeping my dad's memory alive in me, but for also being the father figure I grew up with.

FlowersEsperanza Hernandez
By Luz V. Briggs, Chesapeake, VA USA
A mi querida madre, te extrano.
Que vueles con los Angeles.


God looked around His garden
And found an empty place,
He then looked down upon the earth
And saw your tired face.
He put His arms around you
And lifted you to rest,
God's garden must be beautiful
He always takes the best.
He knew that you were suffering
He knew that you were in pain,
He knew that you would never
Get well on earth again.
He saw the road was getting rough
And the hills were hard to climb,
So He closed your weary eyelids
And whispered, "Peace be thine."
It broke our hearts to lose you
But you didn't go alone,
For part of us went with you
The day God called you home.

(Author Unknown)

Esperanza Hernandez (Mami, May, Telin)
Enero 30, 1946
Junio 28, 1998

CrossNicolette Hernandez
By Linda Castillo, Albuquerque, New Mexico
To my dearest Abby Life without you feels so empty. I will do my best to make a friend of your daughter as you were a friend to me. You were my ray of light. The love of my soul and without you I am in dire need of a light. Always yours, Linda

Cross Jessica Ann Herrick
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.

Cross Michaela Lee Herrick
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.

August J. Herrin JR
By Michael Joseph Herrin, Detroit, MI USA
He was a good kind man. A wonderful father, grandfather and husband. He gave his life to his children grand children and to the Catholic Church St. Christine in Detroit, Michigan. We all loved him very much he is very much missed. He died on April 6, 1979 of lung cancer. He is buried in Southfield, Michigan in the Catholic cemetery of Holy Cep. He was born on October 21 1921 in Detroit, Michigan. He is second of ten children. We love you dad and we miss you very much. You would be suprized to know that you have 20 great grand children .. rest in peace good and kind and gentle man. We love you dad very much we will for ever miss you.

CrossCharles Hersey
By Brenda Melanson, Plymouth, MA
Grampy, I love you and miss you very much, there is not a day that goes by I don't think about you and knowing Gram is there with you and your both together makes me very happy. I know that you and gram watch over all of us I love you, Till we meet again

CrossMarion Hersey
By Brenda Melanson, Plymouth, MA
Gram I miss you so much I think about you always,

For I am persuaded, that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor principalities, nor powers, nor things to come, Nor height, nor depth, nor any other creature, shall be able to separate us from the love of God, which is in Christ Jesus our Lord Romans 8:38, 39

CrossKay Hertzfeldt
By Peggy Kappes, Tomball, TX, USA
Kay Hertzfeldt; You gave the greatest gift of all your life so that your son may live. They found you in the car with your body wrapped around him protecting him to the end. He is now almost 18, and had grown to be a fine young man. You'd be proud of him Kay. Walk tall. Michael is a fine man and father, he loves his little girl and so would you, watch over them Kay.
You would be so proud of Tim, if only things could have been different. You dedicated your life to helping others. An emergency room Nurse and also working in Orthopedics. "She Cared For Those She Loved" so true of you Kay. My friend I miss you so and wait for the day I can take your hand and walk in the garden of friendship.

Love and Blessings Your Friend

CrossDesha Hess
By Robyn Delong, Mansfield, OH USA
To a great friend. We miss you so much. In memory of Desha Hess who died at the age of 17 of a heart attack. 1982 - 2000.

CrossVictor Allen Hester
By Patricia Powell, Lincolnton, NC USA
His Love Will Carry Me Through

I saw his name carved into stone
for the very first time today,
It read, Victor Allen Hester
died the thirty-first of May,

As I stood there reading it
reality set in,
I knew right then my heart would ache
every day of my life for him,

It's hard sometime to come to grip
with knowing he isn't here,
I turn and look to just make sure
but yet I feel him near,

I guess this love I have for him
is stronger than I knew,
because even though there's memories
It's his love that carries me through.

Written By: Patricia Powell
Dedicated To: Victor Allen Hester
December 7, 1966 -- May 31, 1990

CrossWilliam "Billy" Hetrick
By Corrina Hetrick-Coffman, Elmore, OH USA
In loving memory of William "Billy" Hetrick. May you rest in peace, your work here was finished. God must of had somethen else planned for you that was really special to take you away from all that loved you so much. With all my love, Corrina and family.

Cross Pamela K. Heye
By K. Renaud
My Mom, Pam Heye, was a great person. She wasn't a lawyer or doctor, but she was the best Mom in the world. Because of her 5 kids have lived successful and happy lives, and gone on to pass her life ethic to their children. She dies Oct. 20th, 1999. She was 58. I miss her a lot. A lot.

Cross Hans Werner Heyn
By Sylvia Heyn-Smith, Beaverton, Oregon
“HANS WERNER HEYN” Age 79, died May 25, 2002 at Evergreen Nursing Home in Hillsboro Oregon. Born October 18, 1922 in Essen Germany, he was the son of Johannes Heyn and Margaret Sarkander. He started in Oregon City. Did retail sales/advert. Later designed leather clothing with wife Imagean. Dad was part of the German club of Portland to dance and sing. He handmade their “Liedertafel Harmonie” table banner. Dad loved his flower garden of roses dahlias, and even Edelweiss. We remember Dad for his life stories- as a friendly, creative, hardworking, man.

CrossClark Hickman
By Faye Dudley , Reform, AL USA
Born July 6, 1913, Died June 19, 2000. "None knew thee that did not love thee"

CrossGladys Pate Hickman
By Faye Dudley, Reform, AL USA
Born September 16, 1932, Died March 4, 1989 "She was the sunshine of our home".

FlowersKunigunda S. Hicks
By Barbara Etheridge, Rocky Mount, NC USA
When you see the stars up in the heavens...
Think of my eyes
When the brisk wind holds you gently
You'll feel my touch,
And when you feel the warmth of the sun on your face,
You'll know I am there with you.

Rest In Peace Mom

I Love You

Cross R.C.Hicks & Daisy Hicks (Michigan)
By Janet (Tupelo, Ms)
When i was little is was so excited to hear mommy say aunt daisy and rc is coming down from Michigan to see us, here we are in Mississippi I was so glad I have great memories of them. My aunt and uncle past away not even a year apart and they were together over 50 years and had 2 sons and alot of grandkids, I want everyone to know how much there missed and how much everyone loved them. God Bless

CrossVernon "Bud" Higgins
By Julie Costa, Ontario, CA USA
By Patty Farden, Lakewood, CA USA

By Julie Costa, Ontario, CA USA
The Irish Blessing

May the road rise to meet you,
May the winds be always at your back,
May the sun shine warm upon your face,
The rains fall soft upon your fields.

And we will meet again
May God hold you in the palm of His hand.

To my beloved daddy,
You suffered so much but you never quit being a dad, right up until the very end. Your courage I admired, the love you gave unconditionally will always be a treasure for Mom, each child and grandchild, but my daddy I will forever miss. You are now free in that place we all hope to be. Until we meet again Daddy. I love you with all my heart. 11/13/31 - 8/24/99

By Patty Farden, Lakewood, CA USA
Don't think of him as gone away- His journey's just begun, life holds so many facets- this is only one. Just think of him as resting from the sorrows and the tears in a place of warmth and comfort where there are no days and years. Think how he must be wishing that we could know today how nothing but our sadness can really pass away. And think of him as living in the hearts of those he touched.. for nothing is ever lost-and he was loved so much.

You were a wonderful man and a great daddy, thank you for your unconditional love and support. You are dearly missed and live on in our hearts forever. Your riches were in the love of your family and we were blessed to have a daddy like you. I know God has a special place just for you because you suffered so much the last few years. I know you are able to do all the things you could no longer do on earth. I also know that each life you touched is more special for having known you. Your wife, children, their spouses and grandchildren miss you much. Daddy you will always be the best and missed so much. Thank you for all the times you were there for my family and all of us for emotional support and thank you for being Dan's dad for the last nine years after he lost his dad whom he missed so much. He was so grateful for that. Danny and Amber were proud of both their grandpa's and your love, acceptance and equal treatment of them. I am grateful you were my dad and I would never trade you for all the riches in the world. Love, your daughter and her family.

Cross Clarence Lamont Hill
By Tiana Davis
I have been so incomplete since you have been gone. I only had you in my life for a brief moment of time, but I felt close enough to you to cry everytime I hear your name. You are truely missed but we all know that you are in a much better place. Until we meet again....

Flower VaseMichael (Mike) Allen Hill
By Laura Sanders, Springfield, OH USA
TO Michael Allen Hill

I know I have told you how much I love you, but I need to tell you one last time. I am so proud to be your daughter. Thank you for always loving me no matter what. I loved looking up at our school plays and seeing a big proud smile on your face, or you being at our ballgames an cheering us on I loved helping you in your garage work on cars or when we spent time together. You always made everyday special for me, and for this I thank you from the bottom of my heart. I loved when you took me somewhere an told them "this is my little helper" you are truly my hero Daddy.

That is why when I had my son, no other name would be perfect except for me to name him Michael, after my Daddy.

Daddy, I thought the saddest day of my life was when they found out you were sick, then I thought it was when you had to go on dialysis, then I thought it was when you moved all the way to Tennessee, but my Dearest Daddy the truest saddest day of my life was the day you died and left me before I could say good-bye.

Daddy I hurt so bad, I wish I was a little girl so you could give me that firm look, with your hand on my shoulder, an I could hear you say "Honey it is going to be OK. Well, Daddy, I do not think this time I will be OK. I love you Daddy

Till we meet again, Your Daughter Laura

CrossMarian Hitchcock
By Val Workman, Groton, CT USA
born Dec.30,1919--died March 28, 2001 Mom-most would say that you lived a long life. I suppose true,but to all of us left behind it was much too short. On Thursday, the 5th, we will have your service. It will be at Seabury--hey, I finally got you to church. I know that you are now up in heaven with Daddy. Bet you were surprized to see Louie up there too. Say hi to Daddy for me. I love you and miss you so much. You will always be remembered in our hearts-Val, Jim, and Shawn

CrossMeredith Macey Hodge
We know you are waiting for us in our Father's arms. Meredith, you're a sweet wishper in our hearts and minds. Even though we never had the honor or priviledge of being your earthly parents, you'll always be our precious daugther.
Love-Mom & Dad

Cross Marion Dyer (M.D.) Hodges
By Kelly Allen, Longview, Texas
M.D. Hodges died Sunday August 4, 1991, while assisting at the scene of a MVA that occurred during the night. While looking the area over, he fell to his death when he accidentally stepped off a steep culvert. He was a friend and a mentor to me and all the ones who knew him. He was a Man of the Cloth, ministering to his congregation. He was the GCSO Chaplain and served in that position until he went home to see JESUS. I left the Department after his death, but I have always been there in my heart. It was because of men like M.D., and the ones that are today, the reason that law enforcement folks are still like family to me. I can't wait to see you, M.D., again one day, when the Roll Call in Heaven is called and JESUS calls me to be with HIM. Until the next Watch, my friend...

CrossAlthea Hofkens
By Judith Schnese, Appleton, WI USA
In memory of my mother who I miss with all my heart. She truly was a wonderful Mother and memories of her will always be a one of the most precious treasures in my life.

CrossJamie Nicole Hogan
By Tammy Sprague, Watervliet, NY USA
In loving memory of a baby girl who never got to experience life. She was born still and never woke up. May she rest in peace with God's littlest angels.

FlowersHelen Hojnacki
By Andrew Harmon, Norristown, Pa
I will miss you but i know that God only takes the best. Grandmom you are always going to be in my heart, I will never forget you. Even though I cant see you it does't mean I can't love you. Love you Grandmom.

Flowers James Alexander Holford
By Melanie Brockbank, Langley, British Columbia
I miss you so much. Thank you for giving me 5 great years and giving me 3 beautiful kids. I know you will live on through them. We will make you proud. I love you and miss you more and more each day.

FlowersLaura Beth "Lori" Hollinger 10/31/80 - 5/28/98
By Jackie Lowden, Audubon, NJ USA
How heartbreaking it was to let you go and to realize that your death was indeed real. I remember watching the news and seeing what was left of your car. I remember the aching that I felt to know what you must have gone through. We all still find ourselves thinking of you and once in awhile we allow a tear to slip. You're just so hard to let go of Lori. I know that in spirit you're still very much with us, you're a part of us all. It's difficult to picture you not being able to do tumbling passes at cheerleading practices or having kick backs with eachother before soccer games. I can vividly recall our conversation before school was over that day. We laughed about everything, talking about the summer ahead, and you talked about the Billy Joel concert and how much fun you had. We have the best memories Holls. We really do. I hope that you're watching over all of us still and that you know how much we still truly love you and miss you. You will always be the prettiest rose!

"Nothing loved is ever lost and she was loved so much"

Cross Dale G Hollis
By Gail, Brittany and Tiffany, Sturgis, KY
Dale, you are alive in our hearts every day and always will be. We love you so very much. We just could not be more thankful that you chose to walk with God, before the time was near. We hear you saying over and over that he promised you that you were going to heaven, and that means that we will be with you again one day. We may not be able to touch you, but we know you are in heaven loving us just as you did before. We share every special moment with you in our hearts.

My husband was diagnosed with liver cancer in August 2003, there was nothing that could be done, it was too late. However it was not too late to be saved. He was in the hospital when he was saved, which was September 2003. I know that God had a plan for him so he had to leave us. Knowing that we will see him again one day keeps our daughters and I looking ahead. If you do not know Jesus Christ as your personal saviour, find him soon. He is an awsome God!

FlowersPaula Hollner
By Tammy Sprague, Watervliet, NY USA
In loving memory of my cousin whose life was taken. She died so young and so senseless. May she rest in peace now and forever.

Flowers Auntie Sue Holmes
By Joanne Holmes, Bristol, England
Such a strong, brave and wonderful lady. Will be missed so much by all of us. She is my role model, went through so much but is now peaceful. You will always be in ours hearts. All our love Jo, James, Julie, Andy, Gem, Dave, Janet, Brian xxx

Cross Raymond S. Homsher Sr.
By Helen Decker, Columbus, Ohio
My dad was very special to me.I miss him very much and loved him alot. When I;m sad I think of the good times we had together and smile.You would love all your grandchildren. I know your watching over us so just remember we love you very much.

CrossJimmy T. Hood
By Shari Hood, Martinsburg, WA USA
Jimmy moved on after 2 years in coma with anoxic injury from tradgic car accident. Please see my pages dedicated to Jimmy and the sharing of the knowledge I've learned on his illness at

Jimmy, everything I do, I do for you. It is only time and space that seperate us now. Keep that rose close to your heart and soul, as it is what gives me my strength to go on untill we are once more together. "SoulMates Endless in Time Forever" I Love You Deeply, Jimmy
Love Forever, Shari

CrossDorothy Hoover
By Ralph and Mylene Dettwiler
We love you Aunt Dorothy. You were very special to us and we regret that we did not show it more. We look forward to the day when we see you again.

(Psa 91:1-2 NIV) He who dwells in the shelter of the Most High will rest in the shadow of the Almighty. I will say of the LORD, "He is my refuge and my fortress, my God, in whom I trust."

CrossElsie Hoover
By Ralph and Mylene Dettwiler
You were a great Aunt and we loved you very much. We praise God that you are no longer in pain and that you are now with your Lord and Savior.

(1 Th 4:16-17 NIV) For the Lord himself will come down from heaven, with a loud command, with the voice of the archangel and with the trumpet call of God, and the dead in Christ will rise first. After that, we who are still alive and are left will be caught up together with them in the clouds to meet the Lord in the air. And so we will be with the Lord forever.

CrossJohnny Hoskins
By Mary Hoskins, Gleason, TN USA
I loved you like a brother and miss you terribly. Jan. 8, 1999 will be remembered as one of the saddest days of my life. You had such a big heart and you touched so many. The lord be with you.

CrossMark Anthony Hoskins
By Mary Hoskins, Gleason, TN USA
You lived a short life only 3 months you left me april 16 1978 I know it was Gods will. I thank him for the short time I had you. Take care of grandpa and your uncles. Love you, mom

CrossRosemary Howell
By Ralph and Mylene Dettwiler, Grand Rapids, MI
Rosemary was a very special friend. She left the tent of this body and moved to her Father's home.

(Job 19:25-27 NIV) I know that my Redeemer lives, and that in the end he will stand upon the earth. {26} And after my skin has been destroyed, yet in my flesh I will see God; {27} I myself will see him with my own eyes--I, and not another. How my heart yearns within me!

FlowersRemi & Linda Huberdeau
By Angela MacRae, Victoria, BC Canada
Two beautiful people taken suddenly. As you are thrown to the ocean, your spirit lives on. The salty air a reminder of your freedom now, and the love you left behind. My suragate parents, I miss you so much. Tears roll down my cheeks remembering you when you were here. A picture a memory, a legacy. I love you mom and dad. I wish you were here now, I wish you didn't have to go. May the Lord keep you happy as the ones you helped while on earth. There could not be two more perfect angels. I miss you and forever will, but I know you are together now. I love you God Bless Angela & Kids

Flower VaseJames L. Huffman Jr.
By Susan Marie Allen, Bryan, OH USA
Dad, I miss you so much since you have been gone but I know you are better off in heaven and no longer suffering from the terrible pain the cancer caused you. The kids miss their "Grampie" and I will always keep your memory fresh in their minds because there will never be another man on this earth like you!! I just wish you were here to be able to see the new grandbabies that are on the way now..although they will never know you I am glad you were able to get to know my babies and spend what time you had left here with them! I love you Dad and I just wish that I could hear you say that to me one more time!!!
Susan A.k.a. Buttercup

CrossJames Hughes
By Patricia Carpenter, Chandler, AZ
If tears could build a stairway
And memories were a lane,
I could walk right up to heaven
And bring you back again.
No farewell words were spoken
No time to say goodbye,
You were gone before I knew it
And only you and God knows why.
My heart still aches with sadness
And secret tears still flow,
What it meant to lose you
No one will ever know.

CrossSylvia Hughes
By Patricia Carpenter, Chandler AZ
God saw you getting tired,
And a cure was not be be;
So he put his arms around you
And whispered, "Come to me".

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

A golden heart stopped beating,
Hard working hands at rest.
Gods garden must be beautiful,
He only takes the best.

And when I saw you sleeping,
So peaceful and free from pain
I could not wish you back
To suffer that again.
It broke my hearts to loose you,
But you didn't go alone
For a part of me went with you
The day God called you home.

Flowers Gordon Earl Humbke died Dec. 12, 2006. Was 87
By Lyss Frank, Red Deer, Alberta, Canada
I miss you so much, GP, and I wish that you were still here to tease me, tell me stories, and listen to what is bothering me. But God knew how much pain you were in and decided to call you home. Hope I'm not disappointing you, and please continue to watch over me from above. Luv you, miss you.

Flowers Alphia Grace Hurlburt
By Kathy Fesperman, Shelbyville, Illinois
Mom, it has been almost a year since you left us and not a day goes by that we don't think of you. We miss you so much. I miss our Sunday phone calls, our visits and your voice. Give Dad a hug and kiss for me. I know that you are both watching down on us. September 8, 1927 - February 6, 2007

Cross Francis Hurley
By Robin DeYoung, Quincy, MA
Papa, I miss you so very much, I miss our nightly phone calls, our special talks, and everything about you. Everyone knew of us as being inseperable, and I believe that... We were inseperable... I love you so much Papa... RIP Papa... spend all your time now with NaNa... take care of my father as well.. take care of everyone we know up there... Remember Papa.." Keep me posted on all the upcoming situations... I Love and Miss You

Flowers Alphia G. Hurlburt 9/8/27 - 2/6/07
By Sandy Jolly, Omaha, Nebraska
Mom, I miss you. Ray has said many times I wish your Mom were here... when going somewhere in particular. I miss talking to you, our weekly shopping and bumming around town, And Kathy said it: we all miss you and your voice. We'll never not miss you.
Love and hugs forever. Sandy

CrossMarie Hurley
By Robin DeYoung (Grandaughter), Hull, Ma
I Love and miss you very much Nana... Please take care of my Dad now... don't gamble too much up there....=) Thank You for being an angel to me =)

FlowersEverett R. (aka) "Skeeter" Huskin, JR. (8/4/73 - 8/21/99)
By Jeanie Nestor, Fairmont, WV USA
Baby Brother, little did I know that such a joyous day such as the day of my birth could be such as sad as the day of your death. I have longed to hear your cheerful voice saying "Happy Birthday Sis" Instead, the only greeting that day was a greeting of sadness from our father telling me that you had been killed in a motorcycle accident. You were a wonderful son, grandson, brother and father. Now we can only ensure that you're daughter will know what a wonderful man you were. I had a dream that God told me he blessed me with the intuition to know that you would be torn from us much sooner that we expected. He knew that I had always valued what we shared as brother and sister and that we never went to bed at night knowing that there was a mean word or hard feelings burdening our hearts toward each other. Now I lay in my bed at night and think of how much I miss you. Your smile is something I desperately need at this time in my life. You would have been my rock. Just to see your face once more would make everything right. As your birthday comes this August 4 I say "Happy Birthday Baby Brother" something I will not hear on that dreadful day August 21 which bears the label "Day of my birth and day of my brother's death." I miss you so much. I will see you again in heaven and I will rejoice. I know you are waiting there.

CrossRichard J. Huss
By Kelli Mccoy, Laddonia, MO USA
This is my Grand father I miss him very much. I just always remember him telling stories about being in the Army plus World War II . Even after all those years he knew the exact Days Hours Minutes he was over there in the war .. On Jan 30, 1995 he passed away I did not get to see you before you died I always have wished i had . But 11 months and 25 days late you must have had a good word for me cause we were blessed with a little girl on Christmas Day. you would have loved her very much like the other just like the other Granddaughters. Even after you being gone five yrs later we all still miss you very much!!! We all have you in our hearts every day... Love you
Your Granddaughter Kelli McCoy

CrossKevin Hutto
By Gina Hutto, Andalusia, AL, USA
On May 26,1996 Kevin went to the lake called Gantt Lake in Andalusia, with his friends and cousins for fishing on Sunday early am, the friends and cousins went to the store and left Kevin there alone waiting to bait the fish. Other friends that came in a boat stopped by and asked Kevin to ride with them. He did and the boat sped away from the land into the lake but he did not know the boat would be flipped over throw everyone out of the boat. 5 or 6 lived one died, Kevin drowned,,, We all miss him very much, he was 16 years old.. Pray for his family...

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