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Listed in alphabetical order by last name.
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By Suzanne Rolando, Buffalo, NY
Our hearts are empty without you. One more day! If we could just have one more day to tell you how much we love you. Happy birthday mom!
Raymond Joseph Ladd
By Darlene Martin, Richmond, VA USA
Ray a school bus driver as he grips the wheel strong and steady his face had that friendly smile his students rarely or never complian he took his job seriously with a desire. We all waited for him to hear the stories of his past. We all would grin and laugh. To hear him say, "I'll got to tell yall what happen last night or Matt will you ride with me to Dooley School or Nita take my run to Dooley School we all at VA. Randolh School miss you guy and all the drivers that knew Ray. But we know that you are at peace now the bus drivers of VA. Randolph
William L. Lamb
By Sandy Lamb, Daugther
By Janet C/O for Sarah Toliver, Sardis, MS
Melissa was born July 7, 1975 and passed on May 6, 1997. In life your have a soul mate and i know she was mine, we were best friends sisters in heart and the love we had for one another was like a love you feel for your spouce.Melissa was almost 22 and her short time here on this earth was great we lived together , we had a friendship beyond nothing in this world. I miss her and I hope she knows that she is in my heart and will always until the day I meet her in heaven and we join hands. May god bless her and keep watching over, I love you my Best friend and Sister, Love always Sarah Patrick Toliver and Family.
Now I am gone. My souls is as wide as the world is tall. I have gone to answer the call,the call of the of the One who takes care of us all. Wherever you look, you will find me there- in the heart of a rose, in the heart of a prayer. On butterfly's wings on wings of my own, to you I'm gone but I'm never alone- I'm over the moon. I am home" I love you Melissa
Sgt Joshua Michael Langsdon
By Misty Kirchgessner, Charlestown, IN
In Loving Memory Of A fallen Marine Who Died fighting
for all of us To this day I ask myself why did you do it. We all had no idea what you were going through. If only we had seen your suffering but we were so blind. I pray to God that you have no more pain and that you are in His presence. I will never forget that day Oct.25,2006. Only 22 years old and so much life ahead of you. You will always be in our hearts. See you in heaven Born: March 12,1984 died: Oct. 25.2006
Mrs. Lucia Ann LaPorte
By Emma Leigh Miner, Albany, New York
I think about you on and on again. I know you're never coming back. I'm waiting to hear from you, until I do, you're gone away I'm left alone, a part of me is gone and I'm not moving on so wait for me, I know the day will come I'll meet you there. I wish I could have told you The things I kept inside, But now I guess its just too late. So many things remind me of you, I hope that you can hear me, I miss you. A part of me is gone and things never be the same. But I know wherever I go you'll be there with me, I'll meet you there. August 31, 1952- October 3, 2004 Love, your baby
Heidi and Skylar Lark
By Robyn Delong, Mansfield, OH USA
Never drink and Drive. A drunk driver killed my best friend and her unborn baby. I miss you. In memory of. Both died May 6, 2000.
Bonnie & Charles Larned
By Candace Larned, Rancho Cucamonga, CA USA
Bonnie Lela Larned was born on 4-27-39 and died 1-13-97. Charles Edward Larned was born 1-23-33 and died 2-16-98. Grama and Grampa are my angels. I know they watch and protect me and the rest of the family everyday. I miss them so much... one day we will meet again.
With all my heart and soul,
Candace R. Larned
By Alexia Campbell, Owensboro, KY USA
Nickki, I never had a chance to tell you bye and that you were a wonderful friend. I will never forget you.
Louis, you were taken from us so suddenly that most of us still cannot get over you being gone. I am not sure that any of us will ever get over the shock of knowing that we will never be able to see or touch you again. There isn't a day that goes by that we do not think of you. We dream of you every day. You protected and served right to the very end, where the only person who could protect you was Jesus. We know in our hearts that you are taken care of and at peace, we are just not sure if we ever will be. You touched may people is so may different ways, ways that you may have never know while here on this earth. Please over see us while we are still here and as we pray and speak to you. We love you so very much and miss you even more. We will see you when we are reunited again in Heaven. WE LOVE YOU LOUIS.
Louis LaSalle Englewood NJ PD
We will always Remember and Love you!
Eva Catherine Latham
By David A. Douglas
Your illness was short, we didn't have much time to prepare. The night you left us we knew you would always be there. On that cold Christmas Eve nine years ago, seems like only yesterday. Every Christmas Eve brings a special joy and great sadness, I think of you and miss you more with each passing year. Wish that you were still here. Christmas stays very special because it was your favorite time of year, now brings favorite memories of you that we hold so dear. In our hearts forever. Love Your Grandson David
By Lela Curtis, Loraine, Texas
In the arms of the angels, but forever in our hearts.
By Rebecca Mount, St. Louis, MO USA
She was not only my grandmother, but she was my best friend and the person who has been the biggest influence in my life. Although I miss her every day I thank her for the memories that she gave me to remember her by always. Her life was truly an example to all who knew her.
Lawrence J. Lavergne
By Char Dittmer, Sulphur, LA USA
Dad, I love and miss you so much -- I know you had to go; and the only comfort I have taken the past 12 years is that you are no longer in pain. I'll always miss you!
Mark Everett Lawson
By Pamela Ellis, Bryans Road, Maryland
You gave me the best years of my life. I love you and miss you so much. And although gone from me by the acts of a drunk driver, God does not make mistakes and it was his will to take you. For those blessed with your beautiful smile, your shining eyes, and wonderful disposition, you're forever missed and no one can take your place.
Michael Scott Lawton
By Joan Lawton, Swanton, VT USA
I found this poem in the newspaper when my son was very small. It is entitled: To My Grownup Son, but has much deeper meaning now, as he never had the chance to growup, having been killed by a drunk driver at the age of 18.
My hands were busy through the day,
I didn't have much time to play
The little games you asked me to,
I didn't have much time for you.
I'd wash your clothes,
I'd sew and cook,
But when you brought your picture book,
And ask me please to share your fun,
I's say "A little later,son."
I'd tuck you in all safe at night,
And hear your prayers, turn out the light.
Then tiptoe softly to the door....
I wish I'd stayed a minute more.
For life is short, the years rush past.
A little boy grows up so fast.
No longer is he at your side,
his precious secrets to confide.
The picture books are put away,
There are no longer games to play,
No goodnight kiss, no prayers to hear.
That all belongs to yesteryear.
My hands, once busy, now are still.
The days are long and hard to fill.
I wish i could go back and do
The little things you asked me to.
By Pat Poyser, Burton on Trent, England
I went to a funeral today of a Good Buddy off here.. Last time i spoke to him was 2 days before he was taken suddenly ill. I have thort about our last converstion, joking with him as i allways did. I will never know if he knew how much he helped me on line, but im sure he knew how i valued his friendship. Over the last 3 years we shared many a meal and a drink.
Good Bye Trev I just hope God has BB in heaven xxx
Jimmie (Woodrow W.) Leake
By Phyllis Woodson Clatterbuck, Madison County, VA USA
Daddy, I miss you. I wish I could see your smile again, I wish I could hold your hand again. My kids miss you. I will never forget you. I love you. I thank God for the time we were allowed to share together.
Linda Sharp Leake
By Gena Leake, Jacksonville, NC
December 13, 1940 - March 7, 2001
In loving memory of my mom, who sacrificed her life, to make the lives of her family easier. I miss you mom and long to be with you. I pray that God will take me soon to be with you. I'm sorry for any pain I caused you, I want you to be proud of me, but I will make mistakes. And I can't take living without you much longer. I love you, always and forever.
By Gilda Lebron, Paterson, NJ USA
In loving memory of my daughter, Amarilys. You will always be in my heart. You will be deerly missed but you will never be forgotten. Love always MOM.
George W. Leis
By Loved and missed so very much by your wife, Nan, and children, Linda, Barbara, Milford, James, and Debra; grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
BORN: April 3, 1927 PASSED AWAY: February 2, 1996
I've worked hard all my life, just to keep you safe and near, with dirt on my hands and clothes and sometimes with tears, With hurt hands, pains and cracks, when the alarm went off I knew I had to go back. You called me sometimes when it wasn't even dark, But not long after that, You'd hear my truck park. I've showed you how to push mountains, roads and hills, I've showed you right from wrong so you wouldn't be killed. I've taught you how to love, I've taught you how to fight, I've taught you all the above, I've tried to teach it right. But now it's time for you to go on my family, It's time for you to be released, So you can go out into this cold, cold world and tell them you're a Leis. Your husband and father.
Mary Sue Maxey Leonard
By Kim Hayes, Winston Salem, NC USA
To my mom, who I lost august 1999. I love you so much and miss you! Im still having a hard time with out you. You where my support and my back bone. I really dont know what to do with out you. You will always be in my heart. I think of you every day. You where the strongest person I know and ILOVE YOU!
Matthew Brent LeMaire born 9-12-1980--died-4-28-2001
By Hazel LeMaire, Street, Maryland
Matt died in a motorcycle accident and I will love him until I no longer breathe.
---His-Journey's Just Begun---
Don't think of him as gone away-his journey's just begun, life holds so many facets - this earth 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 loved is ever lost- and he was loved so much.
by E. Brenneman
Elizabeth Ann Lentz (Sis)
This is to you Sis, You are forever in our hearts, You gave so much and took so little, I have learned a lot from you, I love you deary!
Ronnie L. Lerma
By Jena, Dallas, TX USA
I know that I did not know you, as a person, but I came upon the worst traffic accident someone could ever see, and then later they said that it was you, its sad and we all miss you. Take care, and one day we will meet, in heaven.
By Mike Scarpulla, Williamstown, NJ USA
Cpl. Steve Levy died on October 21, 1999. Steve died while most of us slept. He gave the ultimate sacrifice to protect the people of Gloucester County. He leaves behind a wife and two children. God bless you Steve and may God watch over your family while you walk the beat in heaven.
Philip Anthony Lictro, Jr.
By Krystal Toni Jubrey, Albany, NY
They say that in time the heart will heal. Mine hasn't. I miss you so much that it hurts. Not a day goes by that I do not think of you. A part of me is missing and always will be. I have come to accept that. You made me a promise that you would always be here for me. I believe in my heart that you are my guardian angel. There is comfort in that. But, I would give anything to hear your voice and to see your beautiful face one more time. If God would let me say one thing to you, it would be I love you. One day, we will be together again. I know this in my heart.
Allen "Big Al" Liebsch
By Lesa Rhodes, Oklahoma City, OK
Big Al was my Big Brother, for 3 long years he battled cancer and lost the battle on July 25-04. He was my hero. He was nicknamed by Big Al by his many friends because he had such a big heart. Brother I just want to say I love you and I miss you.
By Roseanne Wozniak, Lansing, IL USA
In memeory of my wonderful mom. I miss you more every day.
By Roseanne Wozniak, Lansing, IL USA
In memory of my dad who was a prisoner of war in Germany in WWII. I love you dad, and I miss you dearly.
By Monica Limon Belgara, Houston, TX USA
It's been 1 year and 6 months since you left. I miss you so much. Mom still has a hard time. If you need to talk to me please come to me in my dreams. Johnny and Nicole miss you, Johnny talks about his poppy a lot. I wish you could have met Miranda. She's beautiful dad and looks like you. I was 5 months pregnant with her when you left but I know you see her. Mark is doing good. Finally getting married. He looks so much like you. I love you daddy, please watch over all of us!!!
Cheryl Jean Lindeman
By Val Lindeman, Kentwood, MI USA
Thanks, Mom, for all you taught me in this life and in teaching me even in your death. I'm thankful you choose Jesus because I know I'll see you again. Miss you and love you always.
By Andrew Lloyd, Belleville, Ontario, Canada
Good Bye to my dear mom, who helped me through all the tough times and enjoyed with me all the happy times, taken violently at the hands of a murderer you were not going to go without a fight, and didn't. Your life touched many and effected all, we have always loved you and always will. Never forgotten your son and friend Andrew
By John Huff, St. Louis, MO USA
Denny lost his life on Highway 70 in July 1986. We met one night on a dark highway trying to help a stranded motorist. One drunk driver later and we lost you, we tried very hard but could not help. Overland Police Department lost a valuable and respected person. God be with you and your son. I did not know you, as a person, but I'm sure your son is proud of his dad!
John Anthony Lockwood
By Charly Allen, St. Joseph, MO USA
August 12, 1981 - July 29, 1989
John, you left us at such an early age (7). Our time with you was so short. You were such a special little boy and always had us laughing. We don't understand "why" you were taken from us, and won't know til we get to heaven. But every moment spent with you is a cherished memory that we hold dear to our hearts. Someday we'll all be together again and then we can make up for lost time. We love you so very much and we miss you more than you know, even 10 years later you are not far from our thoughts or our hearts.
By Tammy Sprague, Watervliet, NY USA
May you rest in peace Pop Pop.
Donald Allen Logsdon
By Mike Scott, Eddyville, KY USA
My son Chris called you the gentle giant, You were a giant in more than size. You brought happiness to so many people. We shared our joy, our sadness, our tears, our laughter, but above all else we shared our souls. May God envelope your soul and bring you eternal peace.
Mike, Diane, Chris
Donna Laura Long
By Mary Long, Tucson, Arizona
I lost my neice Donna Sept.5, 2001 she was only 21, and I have never lost someone so close that I loved so dearly. I never questioned my faith in the lord til this day and I pray I will not lose my will to beleive in such a thing but its hard to be so strong when your feeling such pain that you feel life will never be the same, I think I will never laugh out loud like I once used to now that Donna is gone, I feel my heart is broken from ever feling such happiness. The one thought that keeps my faith in the lord is beleiving one day I will get to see Donna in heaven and without faith in God that one thing thats keeps me sane would not be for me to once see, So my faith I will keep!!!
By Tanya Casas, Chino Hills, CA
Donna passed away on sept 5th, 2001 she was 21 years old and had a son age 3 and daughter 4 mo, she will be greatly missed by a very big family, she was always full of joy and always laughing she was a beloved daughter, mother, sister, and neice. The reason for death is still pending which is very hard to accept. IM FREE!!!
Don't greive for me now, for now I'm free
Im following the path God laid for me.
I took his hand when I heard him call;
I turned my back and left it all.
I could not stay another day,
To laugh,to love,to work or play.
Tasks left undone must stay that way;
I've found that place at the close of day.
If my parting has left a void,
Then fill it with remembered joy.
A friendship shared, a laugh,a kiss,
Ah yes,these things I too will miss.
Be not burdened with times of sorrow
I wish you the sunshine of tomorrow.
My lifes been good,I savored much;
Good friends, good times,a loved ones touch.
Perhaps my time seemed all too brief;
Don't lengthen it now with undue grief;
Lift up your heart and share with me,
God wanted me now,He set me free.
Robert F. Longville II
By Pamela Longville, Akron, OH USA
He was a very loving husband and father and the bravest person that I have ever met. He was and will always be my soul mate. Our love will go on forever.
By Jeff Steinhoff, Simi Valley, Ca.
I still ask myself why did you do it? Why in front of your friends who spent all night looking for you? We all had no idea what you were going through. We were there for you. We knew it was hard, but I guess we were also blind. Joe, I pray that God has opened your heart and took all that pain away. You are missed by everyone Joe. We love you. We will treasure the good thoughts. You will always be in our hearts. See you in heaven. Jeff and Janet
Ryan C. Love
By Doug Bullen, Monroe, LA, USA
I had not seen my friend Ryan in about a year when I received a phone call that he was killed in a car accident. Being almost 600 miles away and not able to go to pay my last respects was very hard for me. He was like a brother to me. I miss you bud!
Gerri Lynn Louk
By B, Grennfild, Ohio
You will be with me always and when I join you we will all thing that we now can't do do sorry for not been there more. B Gerri Lynn Louk died in 2006 and will be missed by all she was a loving mother, sister and friend bye and will all love you
Brenda Sue Lowe
By Frances Sparks, Richlands, VA USA
She was only here two months and seventeen days,
When God called her away.
Her life here wasn't very long,
But God wanted her to come home,
Even tho I neven got to see her,
I still long for the day when we shall be together.
No, I never got to see her,
But still she was my dear sister.
She has been gone for many years,
And I know in Mom and Dad's there are still tears.
Her eyes were the color blue.
Oh how I long to see our Brenda Sue.
Loved by your Family.
Carl Andrew Lowe
By Frances Sparks, Richlands, VA USA
Days come and go, and we still miss you here below.
You were loved by everyone.
But mostly by us,dear loved ones.
Down here you have taken your last breath.
But now you're in a land where there's no death.
We miss you and you will always be in our hearts.
We Love You.
Mommy (Maxie) and Family.
Nadine Rivera Lowerre
By Angela Gradillas, Las Vegas, NV USA
In Loving memory of Nadine Rivera Lowerre
A beautiful soul taken too soon by a drunk driver.
Do not stand at my grave and weep;
I am not there. I do not sleep.
I am a thousand winds that blow.
I am the diamond glints on snow.
I am the sunlight on ripened grain.
I am the gentle autumn's rain.
When you awaken in the morning's hush,
I am the swift uplifting rush
of quiet birds in circled flight.
I am the soft stars that shine at night.
Do not stand at my grave and cry;
I am not there, I did not die.
Nadine Rivera Lowerre
By Darel Madrid, Espanola, NM
Nadine you were a devoted mother who loved your two children more than anything in the world. It was because of that love that you made painful sacrifices to ensure that she would always be there for them. Sacrifices that no person should ever have to endure. A motherís love is very powerful indeed. Your love of Christ was just as powerful. Your sacrifices assured you a place in Heaven where our Lord and Savior Jesus has prepared a room for you and for all who believe in him. You has been an inspiration to me as I raise my son. You have taught me that there is no greater love than that of a parent for their children.
Sadly, your life was taken too soon at the hands of a drunk driver on June 28, 1998. Born March 18, 1961 to two wonderful, loving, and hard working parents, Nadine you were a beautiful mother, wife, sister, daughter and friend.
I only recently found out of your passing and I am saddened beyond anything I have ever felt.
Nadine, it has been 12 years since I last saw you. I hope to see you in heaven, you have always been an angel to me. I promise to light a candle on your birthday and say a prayer for you and your family every day till the day I die. I have never stopped thinking and caring about you and I never will.
To any members of Nadineís family who read this, I pray that you have forgiven me, especially B & J & FCL & A & M.
Lacy C. Luke
By Jennifer Franks, Stockton, CA USA
My 15 year old cousin was killed by a drunk driver. If any lesson is to be learned please learn to never drink and drive.
Sofia Betancourt de Luevano
By Anabel Nevarez, Princeton , TX USA
BORN: March 16, 1980 in Mexico
MARRIED: December 18, 1999 to Juan Luevano
PASSED AWAY: January 8, 2000 in McKinney, TX
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