|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.
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Listed in alphabetical order by last name.
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
By Erin Hengler, Branchville, NJ USA
Not a day goes by that we don't think of you... little Tommy, Liam, Madison, myself, grandpa, the entire family. You are deeply missed! You left behind your courage, strength, your smile and your wisdom. We love you!!!
By Berge Abadjian, Antwerp, Belgium
I will remember you as a very kind hard working precious man devoted for his family and friends. I will always have you in my thoughts. May you find peace in the light of our Lord.
Kym (Feller) Sager
By Stacey Lawhead, Kokomo, IN USA
It's been a year since you left us, it all happened so sudden, we didn't get to say "I LOVE YOU" or even "GOODBYE". Our lives have changed without you here, we miss you so much. Someday we'll see you again, until then, you will forever live in our hearts.
We Love You,
-died october 15 ,1992 we miss you so much. not a day passes without you in our hearts.love forever. mom an dad
Veronica Annette Sampson
By Lamarkus Towns, Orange, NJ USA
You will be deeply missed.
Stacy Mae Sandeen
By Ashley Silverthorne, Coon Rapids, MN USA
March 23 1983 to April 2 2000
Stacy turned 18 10 days before Lupus claimed her life. You will be loved and missed by all the people you made smile. Best friends forever.
By Stacy Sandquist, Northfield, MN
Mom it hasn't been very long seince you had to leave, but we miss you so very much. Everything thing you did meant so much to us, we wish we could see your loving smile. We will not ever forget you. We love you. Love always Stacy
Kevin P. Sands
By Joyce Zevnik, Peoria, IL
You have no grave, nothing to mark your passing but this Kevin. You didn't have much of a life by many standards but you touched my life and I will remember you. I am peaceful knowing that you are at peace and with those who loved you and whom you loved. God keep you in His hand Kevin.
By Sheila Jenkins, Pembroke Pines, FL USA
Jimmy was a wonderful son, friend, basketball player. He loved to fish and hang out with his friends. He was my "other son" and he called me his "other mom" I loved Jimmy like my own. I was with you Jimmy when you died. I sit here thinking of you all the time. Where you are? How you are? And WHY? God, "WHY JIMMY" he was only 13. That terrible car accident. I hugged you and held you tight. I begged God to help you fight. But, Jimmy you seen God's light. I kissed you good-bye and told you we all loved you. Jimmy I got very attached to you in a short time, we all did so much together. I helped you out whenever you needed it and you always knew you could ask me. Jimmy, I have some hope that maybe I was helping you when you left us. If it was your day that God was calling for you. I would have done anything for you, I would have stayed under that car all day holding you. Jimmy if I could have traded places with you I would have. I will love you Jimmy with every breath and will until we meet again in God's heaven.
The sky may not seem so blue;
The sun may not seem so bright,
But, I promise to sit out at night
Look at the moon and beyond:
And talk to God's new star;
By Felix G. Santana, Faith NC, USA
To father that never got to meet my kids, I Love you so, I told you as you was laying in your death bed that one day I would give you some grandkids and I did but you never got to see them, I tell them about you alot, I just wish you was here to see them but one day we will all be together, and you will meet your grandkids
HEBREWS 13:8 Jesus Christ the same yesterday, and today, and for ever.
By Pat Torok, New Galilee, PA USA
MaryKay lost her battle with cancer this year, but she excepted Jesus as her personal savior last June. She will have a new body, perfect in every way and we shall spend all of eternity in Paradise. Blessed be the Lord who made that possible.
Denise Lynn Scafidi
My dearest friend Heaven gained an Angel. When God took your hand, and someday we will be together like children hand in hand. Playing in the sunshine and you will be well again. So until my journey is over I'll wait by the open door that Jesus says come and enter in the land of peace and joy. Love you my precious friend. Lori
By Jillian Scahill, Liverpool, Sydney, Australia
So dearly Loved, So sadly Missed. Grandma you were the keeper of the family and it was so hard to see the way you died. I miss you sooooo much and wish you were still here to see me grow up. I still collect dolls as i know you loved them. Thanks for being a great Grandmother to me even though it was for a short time only.
Katelyn Sierra Schaffer
By Terri Zanni, Hopewell, NJ USA
Katelyn, I don't know why you left us. You were just starting your little life. I had dreamed of having a beautiful daughter all my life and now I have to live without you. You are in my heart forever. Love Mommy!!
By Wanda Tyus Schmitz, Kushla, Alabama
I watched you pass from your earthly body to your heavenly body. Your face was so peaceful.. to me you looked as if you were glowing... almost a smile on your face.. I have loved you since I was a mere child...losing you has hurt me beyond words.. You always made me feel safe... even when the cancer pain was so bad.. I never heard you complain.. I wanted you to stay with me.. but that was selfish.. I know you will never have to be in pain again.. I will never love another man..you were it for me.. I can sit and just think of you... your beautiful blue eyes haunt me at times.. I love you my darling husband.. I know you went on to heaven... save me a place beside you.
By Holly Walker, Mobile, AL USA
My brother died January 25,1995. He was a very loving person. Brent touched the lives of all that knew him. He has a beautiful daughter who he would be so proud of. He will be missed and loved. Brent your light will always burn in our hearts.
By Gary D. Bowker, Venice, FL USA
This is one I really did not want to write about. On 05may07. I received a phone call from my brother at 6:30 am. Back to the beginning. Mom found out last year she had lung cancer. All my life I asked her to stop smoking, Well she did only to find out 2 months after she stopped. She called and said she had some bad news. Mom said she had lung cancer. She put up a great battle and we thought (including the Dr.) that she did beat it. She lost her hair from treatments to kill the cancer, The last MRI looked clean. Mom was a fighter,She stayed strong til the last days. I last talked to her on Thursday the 3rd of May07, She was happy,out of the woods.
I coach baseball and had a 10:00 am game,was going to call Mom as soon as I got home. I woke up to a phone call from my brother. He said Gary Mom is gone... she died. She died at 4:30 am in her sleep. When I got the phone call I knew it was bad news before I answered it. God has a plan for all of us and I guess he needed Mom. She is now with my Dad My grand mother and my aunt. She is with her Dad who died before I was born. I was angry at her, angry at God for taking my Mom. but then I thought about John 3:16. I know that someday I will walk down the streets of gold,A place where there is no pain.
I went to my ball game, I had 12 kids waiting for me. I told my assistant coaches about Mom, They said go home, I knew I had to play the game for my kids...my team. I told them about Mom,A few hugged me. I asked them to play a good game for me. Today is a day to celebrate. The kids played a great game and we won.
Here it is November and I still feel so much pain. I miss you Mom,so much. I grew up with just me my brother and Mom. Things were not easy for a single Mom in the 1960s and 70s. I remember a few nights when Mom was not hungry. There was not enough for all of us. Mom always put us first. She was always there, Somehow she always made Christmas special. I will never forget all she did for us.
The last words me and Mom shared were I love you,talk to you later.
Joseph F. Schonat
By Gary D. Bowker, Venice, FL USA
Joe Schonat was my stepfather... He was also my best friend He was always there when I needed him, He never broke a promise. I will never forget the look in his eyes when I handed my 4th child to him and said "well Joe I think this is the last one" as he looked up at me I said "this is your grandson Tyler... Tyler Joseph" He looked up at me with tears in his eyes, I guess then he knew how much I loved him He worked in a steel mill for 30 years had alot of health problems, In 1985 they said he had 7 to 10 years left, He died on april 11 1997. It's been 2 years and I still think of him everyday. I am also a step dad to my 2 oldest boys, if it was not for him I never would have been abe to take on the role of dad for them and for that I am greatful. I miss you Joe so much, I hope it gets easier for me. I know someday we will all be together again. Sadly missed by Gary, Jamie, Shane, Matthew, lil Gary and Tyler Joseph. I thank god for giving me the chance to say goodbye.
My Dad lost contact with his family around 1946. About ten years ago he he was able to contact his sister, he still has 2 brothers that he was unable to find. He was born in New York City on July 3rd. 1933, His parents died when he was 16 and he rode his bicycle from NYC to a small town in South Jersey. I am sure his brothers are dead... they were older then he was. But they must of had children. My Dad's dream was always to see his family again. He was such a good man, I would like to make his dream come true. I owe him so much. If you have any information about my Dad or his family please e-mail me: Gary D. Bowker
Clinton Eugene Schrock
By Mark Curtis, Belle Center, Ohio
Dear Clinton, my little buddy. I remember you and think about you every day. I miss you. But, I know you are with Jesus and better off. Thank you for your friendship and all you did and meant to me. You were like the son, brother, nephew, grandson I never had all wrapped up in one. God bless you and keep you in his comforting arms.
Kevin Don Schulenberg
By Linda, Terry, Kurtis Schulenberg, Tuttle, OK USA
In Loving Memory of
Kevin Don Schulenberg -- Born 7-16-78; Died 3-27-97
Kevin we miss you so much! Love, Mom, Dad and Kurtis
"Miss Me--But Let Me Go"
When I come to the end of the road
And the sun has set for me,
I want no rites in a gloom filled room,
Why cry for a soul set free?
Miss me a little--but not too long,
and not with you head bowed low.
Remember the love that we once shared;
Miss me--but let me go.
For this is a journey we all must take,
And each must go alone.
It's all a part of the Master's plan,
A step on the road to home.
When you are lonely and sick of heart,
Go to the friends we know;
And bury your sorrows in doing good deeds
Miss me--but let me go.
By Beverly Steinberg, Oakland, CA
I lost the dearest sweetest son a mother could have he was my youngest and so full of life he has left such a void in my heart that nothing can ever fill. A parent should never lose a child that is not Gods plan ever. Since you have left us there is a bright star in the sky i see every night and i know its you looking down on us one day we will all be together again im so glad your out of pain and you were taken to young 46 you had a whold life yet to live i will always remember your wonderful smile and sense of humor i love you so much my tears will never stop rest well my love you will always be with us your loving mother and brothers
By Beverly Steinberg, Oakland, CA
My darling son you will be missed and loved forever a place in my heart will never be filled again I love you and miss you so much.
Isadore and Rose Schwartz
By Beverly Steinberg, Oakland, CA USA
I will never forget what wonderful parents you both were You will be in my heart forever.
Your daughter Beverly
Cecil Dudley Scott
By Judy Norys, Hernando, Ms.(sister-in-law)
The Lord send his angels to get you alittle over two years ago, tho the time has passed your meomories has stayed. We think of you with each new day! Knowing in our hearts we will be together again one day is what keeps us going. You are missed deeply and LOVED enough more. Air Mail From Heaven! To My Dear Family, You'd never guess what I saw today. As my life was slowly fading away. There sitting next to me was the most beautiful Angel you ever did see. And oh, the smile upon his face as he said my pain would soon erase. Slowly reaching out to me, how could I refuse to go? Seeing the pain upon your face, I knew we'd be together again someday. Your tears would fall and you would mourn, but my pain well there would be no more.As I kissed your cheeks and said good-by the angel waited by my side. He said," Come we must go, for the Lord is waiting in the sky." A journey we took that didn't take long. And it sure felt good to be back home. My pain was gone and it felt good, just like I knew it would. The people I saw, you wouldn't believe. Some I last saw when I was a young boy. So happy up here, no worries at all. I'm so glad I heard the Lord's call. Music to hear and things to do, for we have to get ready for you. This letter I write I'm sending to you. Heaven is but a second away and I'll look after you everyday. My Dear Family, I love you so and I know it's so hard to let go. Dry your eyes and please don't cry for I'm in that castle in the sky. Love Always, Cecil ( Wrote In Loving Memory Of - Cecil Dudley Scott ) For my sister Shirley.
By Michele, Johnson City, TN USA
Jordan... I know you are with your father right now. Everything here is being remembered by you, you was such a great friend, you were always nice to your brothers friends. We miss you! I sit here trying to think what had happened. God must have wanted you to be safe and wanted you to be with him, for you to die in that car accident.
We remember you by everything, your basketball skills you taught some of us, your skills in teaching your brother to be a better basketball player. There is more about you but when we all meet you up there in heaven it will be all over. We will be 1 BIG HAPPY FAMILY. But, I never got to tell you this, You were a really sweet, honest guy,and so on.
We do love you Jordan. Your 17th birthday just past, but it was only tears and sadness, only cause you wasn't with us here to celebrate. I would love to give up my life for you to have another chance to be on EARTH.
By Mike Scott, Eddyville, KY USA
Once again our birthdays have come and gone.I can not celebrate mine without the thought of you. It has been said that absense makes the heart grow fonder.I trully believe this as your memorie lingers as if your passing was yesterday. Dad my prayers and thoughts are with you and shall be for all the days of my life. Untill we meet again,
Michael A. Scott
Jacob Lee Sechrest January 2, 1981 to February 14, 2004
By Amanda Moore, Greenwood, IN
Its has almost been a year since you left us. Everyday is still a struggle for our family, we just can't believe that you are truly gone. We miss you so much and love you even more. We are sad God had to take you at such a young age, 23 your life was cut so short. I know that you are in a better place, no longer do you have to feel pain. I will see you soon, wait for me.
Thank you Jake for all your memories, and especially your laugh.
Happy Valentines Day
By Friend, Danville, CA USA
Hey Sam, It seems like it was only yesterday that I saw you at school, but I realize that I will never see you again. I remember passing you in the halls and seeing you at lunch. I always think that maybe there was something could've been done, for you to be here. With us. We all love you and miss you so. You were so young, only 15. It is so sad, you never got to drive, to finish school, to live. I hope you are looking down on us. We are always thinking about you, no matter what is going on in each of our lives, you are there with us. We love you.
Frank (Babe) Shaffer
By Tracy Adinolfi, Massapequa, NY
you were a man who did it his way. Unfortunately cancer killed your body but I know it never killed your spirit. I feel you with me always. I need you right now. Things are pretty rough down here. please send me your strength and your humor. you survived all that life had sent your way. please help me do the same.
By Tammy Moore, Fayetteville, NC
Momma, You are in our hearts always and we miss you so much. My life will never be the same without you. My mom was murderd by her boyfriend. June 5-1950 Sept. 11-2000
Love, Your kids
Zennie Mae Franks Shamburger
By Gayla Shamburger, West Monroe, LA USA
Mom, There are so many things I wish I'd said, and even more I wish I hadn't. You were always there for me, as you were for everyone else, and I never took the time to say "thank you". I'm sure your walk with God has paid off, and I know you're walking streets of gold. You were without a doubt the best Mother in the world. I love and miss you very much. I feel sure you are truely being serenaded by angels now.
By LaTonya Sharpe, Troy, AL
We miss you so much and we will never ever forget you..
Loving you always,
Donne & Nikki
By Stacy Townsend, Oneida, KY
Grandma I miss you so much. You meant the world to all of us. I'll never forget September 11, 2001. That day I lost you. Mom and Dad called me and told me you were gone. It was the worst phone call I had ever got. You were a second mother to us girls. I thank God every day that I had a Grandmother so Dear. You may be gone, but you will never be forgotten. You had a rough fight with cancer. It took you to a better place. I know you are with Grandpa and uncle Dennis. I love you very much. I'll be home, wait on me. Missed and Loved very much by all of your family. Your Granddaughter
Janice Denice Shaw
By Vivian Shaw, Long Beach, CA USA
You were so young when God called you home that it has taken me a lot of years just to come to terms with all the emotins that I have been feeling. I know that you are in heaven and I look forward to the day when I will see you again. Eveyone misses you very much and I want you to know that you will always be my little angel.
Your Mom, Vivian
God put a rainbow in the sky... See you when I get there.
I know you are safe because you are sleeping with angles.
By Amber Lynn, Palmer, Alaska
Tracy was my adopted brother, and even though we were'nt related, I loved him just as much. His smile could brighten the darkest time, and he always had time for everyone. Tracy was a cook in the US Army National Guard, and worked helping the cadets. He loved his job and took a real intrest in those he was teaching. On June 20, 2003, Tracy and some friends went hiking up a mountain, and that was the last mountain he ever climbed. He was 34 years old. I miss him more each day, but he will live on forever in my heart. No amount of time will ever be able to take him from me now. I loved him so much, and never thought that I would ever lose him: my inspiration and by all means my hero. This is in memory of Tracy. See you in heaven!!!
Dr. N. Phillip Shelton
I didn't really see you much and you lived so far away, and when we came to see you we really didn't stay. Your sense of humor will always be remembered the way you used to joke and play, I was never really the type of person to show my feelings but I love you very much. You will always be a part of the family and I will see you soon someday, I miss you and I love you.
Carl A. Shermen
By Sheila M. Rothenberger, PA USA
Carl A. Sherman, a grandfather, a father. Left us in his sleep, at the young age of 62, on OCT. 9, 1999. We miss you dad, we love you.
Michael Cory Sherrill
By Kellye Dailey, Moody, TX
Michael, we love and miss you so much. You will always be in our hearts. We will never understand the reasons for your senseless death in a car accident. You were taken from us so soon but we know that you are in good hands and that we will all see you again one sweet day. You were our shining star, the light of our lives, our handsome Marine. We know you are watching over us and we will NEVER forget!
March 29, 1980 - November 22, 1999.
David D. Shoults
By His Family
David D. Shoults 1980-2001 died in a car accident in DeSoto Mo. We would like to say that we love him and miss him and he will forever be in our hearts from now and until we meet again. Love his mother Sharon Smith two sisters Crystal Greenlee and Amanda Allenbaugh and one brother Buddy Shoults and many friends and other family.
By Lena D'Agostino, Franklin, MA
Luke was only 17 years old when he died. He died on New years day in 1999. He was a hemophiliac and he bled to death. All I can say is that he was a great person a great friend and I miss him very much. He suffered a lot because of his illness and now he is in a better place. I LOVE YOU LUKE!
Karla L Sicko
By Sarah Dean, Troy, New York
Karla- Even thogh you are not here with me u will always be in my heart. I will always have those memories of those hot summer nights with us swimming and scared to go near the edges liek someone was going to be there. Or those hot summer days when we would see who could jump th farthest and land on the tube...(you could always beat me):) I know you were suffering and I'm glad that u are no longer in pain but I am... I miss you Kar.. you have to be the best friend a girl or anyone could ever have. You knew just what to say when I was down and u knew how to make me smile u Are my best friends Karla adn I wish I had told you that. BUt I'm sure you already new. I love adn Miss you Very much... I will see u someday. Save me a spot and we will have those nice fun hot summer days again.:) XoXo your best friend-Sarah
Magret Beuke Silano
By Pamela Silano, Knoxville, TN USA
As the autumn leaves start changing..
We recall much happier days....
When you smile gave us comfort...
And your laughter brightened our days...
When the autumn leaves start changing...
All we can do now is pray...
And hope your being guided to a place that is not too faraway...
As the autumn leaves start changing...
We know everything will turn out okay...
For the brillance of their color bring us closer to you each day...
Daniel Albert Simons
By Your family and friends
As you said you were "having the best day" of your life. Unfortunately it was your last. A very intelligent young man and kind and loving to all. But on September 11, 1992 your life was cut short at only 17. A junior in high school doing what you loved to do. We all wish you didn't have to die in the car/pedestrian accident. But we know you're watching over us now. We will always love and miss you Dan "The Man". May you watch over your Mom Brothers Sisters Nieces and Nephews.
Renelyn Canciano Simmons
By Nicci Phillips, Glendale, AZ USA
Renelyn is gone. Now that may sound like something that is so common to hear... maybe she's at the store... maybe she's out with her parents... but for us... the Class of 2000... It is really hard for us to understand... or it was until she left.
It was June 6th, 1998 here in Phoenix, AZ. Renelyn, Andre and 11 other teenagers were getting together after finally ending our Sophmore year. At 10:30PM the group decided to go for pizza at a local pizza hangout, so the group for the others while they got they're parents permission to go. About 10:45PM a car drove by and begin flashing gang signs at my friends... And Renelyn thinking it was just a friend messing around simply waved hello... And that is when Bobby Purcell had his friend stop... pulled out a sawed off shotgun and fired into the group. Renelyn and Andre both died that night. I will never forget how I screamed as I heard what happened... and I will never forget how I cried when Bobby was sentenced to 2 life sentances for first degree murder.
Live on girl...
Larry Edward Simpson
By Deb Duncan, Nashville, TN
Metro Nashville and Davidson County PD (retired). Injured in the line of duty as a result of a special operations call. Accidentally drown after fishing trip on Percy Preist Lake in Nashville, TN. Date of birth: Sept 10, 1954 Date of death is April 10 2005
He is survived by his wife Bobbie, his mother Katherine Simpson, a sister Susan Smith, 2 children, Justin and Pamela, 2 nieces Amanda and Stephanie and 2 step sons. His was preceeded in death by his father, William Edward Simpson
Officer Simpsons memorial service was April 14, 2005 @ Williamson Memorial Gardens Funeral Home in Franklin, TN. His remains were cremated and given to his family.
Stephen T. Simpson "River Rat"
By Ethel M. Simpson, South Boston, MA USA
Rest In Peace
Marjorie E. Sjoblom
By Daniela Juarez (Pickles), Santa Fe, NM
Gradnma I miss you dearly. I wish I could hug you and kiss you one more time.
I didnt get to the chance to say good bye. You were a greate person and people loved you dearly. I cant describe the pain I fill for your loss.Many things remind me of you and that comforts me. We all miss you dearly. Till the day we meet agian. I Love You.
Marjorie (Sam) E. Sjoblom
By Terri Sjoblom, Santa Fe, NM USA
Mom, It's been seven months since I last said "I Love You". My mind races with things from the past. You were a part of me, somehow the final link to who I am. I didn't think I could miss you as much as I do. My heart aches. I know you would tell me not to cry for you, for you are free of pain and at peace and in a much better place. I am crying for me. I am lost without you now. I will find the strength to overcome, because I keep you in my heart. I love you Mom.
God saw you getting tired,
When a cure was not to be.
So He wrapped his arms
around you, and whispered,
"Come to me"
You didn't deserve what you went through,
So He gave you rest.
God's 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 our hearts to lose you
But you didn't go alone.
For part of us went with you
The day God called you home.
Mom, I miss you Dearly
Love always, Terri
Thomas W. Skaff
By Jeff Salter, Puyallup, Washington
Tom, you've been gone for over 5 years now, and I still miss you. You were my best friend in the whole world, and though you sometimes led a somewhat tortured life, you were always an excellent police officer and a loving father to your children, as well as a great friend to many. We knew each other so long, but not long enough.
I was in total shock when your brother called to say you'd been wiped off the face of the earth by a drunk driver, while on your way home from work at the Sioux City Police Department. DON'T DRINK AND DRIVE, people, please! Over 20,000 good, innocent people die every year because of drunks on the road... it's America's biggest dirty little secret, if you ask me.
I hope to see you again someday, Tom. Love, Jeff
Donna Kay Skelton
By Rhonda, Blytheville, AR
Mom, I just wanted you to know that I miss you so much. I think about you all the time and pray that I could just give you a hug, kiss, and tell that I love you just one more time. You have inspired me to be the best. I hope I am still making you proud of me. YOu left us so soon, and we didn't know how to act. But i have come to realize that god needed you more than us, even though I would love to have you here now. I will never forget you and I will always love you. I will see you again in the future. I love you momma...
Anthony L. Smith
By Tammie Hart, Upper Marlboro, MD
To this day I still cannot believe that you are gone. No we didn't talk everyday, nor did we hang out, but I promise you that you will forever live in my heart. Until the day come that we are reunited I will continue to show my love for you by keeping your new home beautifully decorated with roses.
Your little cousin loves you
Anthony L. Smith (Twa)
By Ann Smith-Newsome, District Heights, MD
Anthony, I miss you so much, I always thought that we would have years and years together. I know that you are at peace and no one can ever hurt you again. I love you so much but the hurt that I have is that I never told you. Forgive me hamster cheeks for not letting you know how much you mean to me. Love and Kisses Aunt Ann
Charles Earl Smith
By Charly Allen, St. Joseph, MO USA
December 21, 1942 - December 16, 1997
Daddy, I miss you so much! I will always cherish your last words to me- "I Love You" Your time here on earth was cut short, and even though I miss you with all my heart, I know that you are in Heaven and I wouldn't bring you back for anything. I will look to the day I will see you again and I can wrap my arms around you and give you the biggest hug and kiss and tell you "I Love You"!!! You were a wonderful dad, always thinking of your family. Always letting us know you loved us. The greatest gift God ever gave me was you (and Nikki).
By Jamie Smith, Hagerstown, Maryland
Daddy I miss you so much! I wish you were still here to watch me fulfill all my dreams. I know u are with me everyday being my guardian..Please protect me from this world and everything in it. I will never know why you did this. I know you are with God and I know u are with Pappy. I love you so much! We all miss you so much... just remember I will always be your little girl.. forver!! I will lie down and sleep in peace, for you alone, O Lord, make me dwell in safety. Psalm 4:8
Frank P. Smith
By Tina Peeler, Fonda, NY USA
In memory of Frank P. Smith
Died in a tragic accident March 19, 1998 at the age of 31. He was the father of two beautiful girls. Brother and brother in-law of my dear friends. May God help them and give them peace in their hearts.
from a friend.
George Earl Smith
By Charly Allen, St. Joseph, MO USA
June 18, 1909-December 11, 1989
Grandpa, I miss you and I love you. I remember as a child you would take us kids to the bakery and you would always buy us something and the times you would play with us or make us laugh. You would give us some change to buy us candy at the store just a couple of blocks away. You were such a great grandpa, and I cherish my times with you.
"Seanmhathair Jessica" (Grandma Jessie in the Irish) Smith
By L. Stapp (but she called me Katie O'Girl), Athlone, Co Westmeath, Ireland
I remember. We were young & so poor. Cousins sleepin all together in one big bed & you in the middle. Us not knowing we were poor because you showered us with such love. Laying there praying every night after one of us "doing the readin". You'd say "Read his diary if you want to know how HE thinks. Then you will know how to be His friend, Like Abraham and Enoch." Always reminding us "I'll be gone one day and you'll remember that the greatest gift I ever gave you was to introduce you to Our Father and His Son. He will be here for you long after everyone else has failed you. He loves you more than I ever could." We could not understand that but now we all do. "Taim i' ngra leat, Mama. Ar dheis Di go raibh a hanam err yesh day guh rev ah hahnam. Ah, Mama, Go raibh maith agat!" You were right. He IS real!
Your Katie O'Girl misses you.
Jonathon W. Smith
By Jenny, New Castle, IN USA
I know you are out there and with us all. I love and miss you very much since God has choosen to take you. Even though I don't want to but I hang solo as the rotten apple on our family tree. Nov. 17, 1971 - May 9, 1999
Margaret Josephine Smith
By Melissa Jo Hensley, Ashland, KY USA
This is in memory of my beautiful grandma. I miss you and think of you every day, but I know you are happy because you are with Jesus and Papaw, your mom and dad, and your son in Heaven. I Love You very much!
Michael Dewayne Smith
By Lisa S. Gore, Cookeville, TN USA
Michael was my brother, and I miss him terribly. He died tragically in a one vehicle accident on September 3, 1998. His death, mercifully, was immediate, and it comforts me to know that he felt no pain. Oh, how I wish I could go back to the morning of September 3, 1998, when I saw my brother alive for the last time. I would have taken the time to tell him that I loved him. I will always regret not having taken the time while he was alive to show him how much I cared. His death has left an unbelievable void in my life. He was two years younger than me, and his death only goes to show, that you just never know when your time is up. If I had known, I would have done so many things differently. I wouldnt have fought with him all the time, I would have been the loving sister that he deserved, instead of what i was to him. I would have tried harder to help him with his problems. Mike, if it is possible for you to know how I feel, please know that I am so very sorry, and I loved you all the while... and I miss you so very much.
Philip 'Fatman' Smith
By Ann Moran-Smith, Yaphank, NY USA
I believed you, and you believed in me, dear husband. We were the lucky ones... to have lived the life in Camelot.
Robert Hampton (Robbie) Smith September 8, 1983 to March 15, 2000
By Saralyn M. Smith, Dodge City, Kansas
Oh, Robbie Boy
Oh, Robbie boy, our Lord, our Lord came calling
And took you home to heaven with Him to be;
Now I'm alone and all my tears are falling,
For your sweet smile on earth no more I'll see.
You'll not come back, but someday I will join you;
When Jesus calls me, I'll be glad to go,
For He will take me to you far beyond the blue---
Oh, Robbie boy, oh, Robbie boy, I love you so!
Oh, Robbie boy, your days on earth seemed far too few,
And never did I think you'd have to go
Without a chance to hold you close and bid adieu---
Oh, Robbie boy, oh, Robbie boy, I miss you so!
And yet I know that you are happy, oh, my dear,
For all your pain and troubles now are through;
And when my time for leaving this sad earth is near,
I know for sure that I'll be joining you.
Oh, Robbie boy, I don't know how long I'll be here;
I only know my Lord has work for me;
So when I'm sad, I'll try to dry up all my tears
And think, instead, how happy you must be.
And someday when my work down here on earth is done,
He'll come and take me to that golden shore,
Where we will be forever happy, precious one,
And death and pain and tears will be no more.
With love always,
By Candice, Prince George, Canada
Ryan was an 18 year old young man. He meant the world to me and so many other people. He was murdered by 3 people because they were scared of him because he was physically and mentally stronger than them. He was killed july 26th 1997. He was going to be a professional boxer in 1998 he was also going to be my husband. To this day I still cry and hope they solve his case with some arrests.
Rev. Walter S. Smith
By Gregory C. Gosnell, Greenwood, SC USA
This is dedicated to the one person who lived on this Earth and taught me more than anyone else. He was my best friend. He was my teacher. He was my #2 father. He was my Preacher. But last of all---HE WAS MY FATHER-IN-LAW. I only got to know him the last 3 years of his life. But he taught me more in those 3 years than I had ever learned in the other 40 years of my life. I learned more about the Bible, God, and the way that I am supposed to live, act, think, etc. according to what God's Holy Word says. I miss you more than anyone can ever know. But I know that you are still watching.
Lynne D. Smoak
By Wes, Chapin, SC USA
My lovely bride has been gone almost a year now and the pain hasn't eased. I loved you the day you had to leave this earth and I will love you the rest of my days.
Your Loving Husband
Deputy Kerry Snaples
By Nick J. Donofrio, Austin, Texas
Deputy Snaples was 22 years old at the time of his death and had just finished his shift as a Corrections Officer when he was killed by an intoxicated driver who was already under suspension for prior DUI's. A tragic end for one so young and willing to serve.
Cornelia Ann Kirchoff Sprague Snyder
By Tammy Sprague, Watervliet, NY USA
In loving memory of a wonderful woman who was taken much too soon.
Jose Solis A.K.A. Soul Balls
By Xochitl Ramos, Salinas California
Solis was only 17 when he left us, solis i will miss you and no matter what you will always be in my heart and all of your friends, school hasn't been the same since you left it is quiet without you wait for me so R.I.P. Solis 09/22/84 - 03/06/02
Helen Gallegos Soto
By Maxine Soto Gomez, Avondale, CO USA
Mama, you were the greatest!
We miss your smile, We miss your touch, We miss seeing you oh so much! We miss your hugs, we miss your kisses, we miss sharing with you all our wishes. We miss your humor, We miss your support, We miss, of course your homemade torts. We miss your laughter We miss your love, but we know God's loving you in heaven above. Con Amor,tu familia.
Edward "Eddie" Sparks
By Vicky Perkins, Graniteville, South Carolina
Saying goodbye is never easy. It's the hardest thing to do. But what hurts even more, is not the chance to say it to you. Yesterday is just a memory. Our laughter was sunny and bright. Then clouds started to gather, for you were no where in sight. You were my first real love and this I will never forget. How you left with out a warning, no goodbyes, my only regret. Where ever I may be now, always searching for another so true. To place my world of emotion. Handing my love to someone like you. If again I must go there and experience all the pain. I would do it in a minute, for all the good I would gain. No matter what my wrongs you offered only love. Until the day you left me for your new home up above. I know you still are with me, your love is within my heart. Though life is no longer present, our souls will never part. This is given to you in honor, of all that we did share. I just wanted you to know, Eddie, How much I really care. I love and miss you so much.
Gloria "Molly" Spraggins
By Kassi Stewart, McCleary, WA USA
Grandma the last few weeks I took care of you I feel I had gotten to know you better than I had ever known you before. I miss you so much.
Amy Renee Speiser
By Sue (Speiser) Peffley, Paulding, Ohio
To my darling niece who was taken from us at age 3. Loved and missed by All that came into contact with her in her short time here on earth. Now singing with the other angels.
Floyd E. Speiser Sr.
By Sue (Speiser) Peffley, Paulding, Ohio
Daddy, not a day goes by that I don't think of you and miss you.. I love you!
Penny Lynn (Curtis) Speiser
By Sue (Speiser) Peffley, Paulding, Ohio
We love and miss you until we meet again. Our hearts where broken when You and Amy where taken from us.
Carlena Marlette Spencer
By Cathy Spencer, Kokomo, IN USA
My precious little baby girl, it's been so lonely with out you. You were only 5 yrs. old and so full of life, you were an angel on this earth, long before you were an angel in heaven. I miss you sweet baby with every breath I take. you are forever in my heart and always on my mind. 10~27~93 - 02~10~99
Robert G. Spicer SR
By Stephanie Pickering and Family
There's no words to say what i want or that will bring you back but you were a great dad and wonderful grampy I know your in a safe place and looking down on us all today makes 4 years and it seems like just yesterday still We love you so much even though the tears still fall, But I guess that's just part of missing the best guy in the world!
Nicholas Samuel Spinzola
By Lori, Naples, ME USA
Jan. 1, 1971 - Nov. 17, 1999
My Darling Nicky,
I still can not believe you are gone. You gave so unconditionally and asked for so little in return. I have loved you since that day 12 long years ago when I first saw you. I know that heaven is a much better place now that you are there. The stars are shining brighter and the angels are singing louder. I only wish you were here instead. You are in my heart and soul yesterday, today and always. You are my angel and with my always now. I know you are in a place where you are not hurting and I hope that your mind is in peace. Please know how much I love and miss you. My heart is only half now and will be not be whole until we are together again.
Leslie Anne Spivey July 19, 1984 - January 5, 2000
By Kathy Anne Spivey, Chickasha, Oklahoma
In my dreams, you are alive and well, precious Les, in my heart you live on, always there, never gone. Precious child, you left too soon, though it may be true that we're apart you will live forever, in my heart. For all the infinite wisdom of this world, it was you, my precious Leslie, that showed me God. Thank you for all of your sweet innocence, your love, your light and your laughter. I will see you... on the other side. Love, Mooooooooo
David Ware Sprague
By Tammy Sprague, Watervliet, NY USA
In loving memory of a wonderful father who was taken from this world much too son. May you rest in peace.
David Michael Springer
By Fred Springer, Richmond, VA USA
Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of a Saint. Proverbs 116:15
To my precious son, David, taken from this world on November 1, 1988, All Saints Day. You truly were a Saint, and an Angel sent from heaven. You brought light to a dark marrage, and without you, it was nothing. I love you my son, and I can't wait to be seated with you at the right hand of our Father, God. Glory be the name of the Lord, Jesus Christ!!
John R. Stackpole, Sr.
By Debi Viele, Virginia Beach, VA USA
My precious Dad. It has been over 2 years since you left us now yet the pain of losing you still weighs heavy on my heart. Not a day goes by that I don't think of you and all the special times we shared. You were the best Dad and Grandpa anyone could ever hope for. You were my rock. You were my best friend. I miss you so much dad. I'm so thankful for the time we had. I love you and your memory lives on here and in my heart.
By Debbie Bailey, Haysi, VA USA
February 25, 1998
I miss you Dad.
By Debbie Bailey, Haysi, VA USA
August 11, 1993
My best friend, My Mom.
The day you left to be with our Lord. Your strength and faith has helped me to live without you, but I can never be complete again -- you took part of me with you. Part of my happiness is with you. I miss you every day, but your suffering is over and you are wrapped in His arms now. I'll share with others part of our last conversation.. your words that help me more than anything....
"Whatever the Lord wants to do, go home with you or go home with Him, is fine with me..I'll be OK."
Tara Marie Stauffer
By Kristi Markowitz, Allentown, PA USA
Tara Marie Stauffer was born on Aug. 21, 1983. She was 15 years old, and attended Allen High School as a Sophmore. She was a VERY popular girl, because she was caring, funny, beautiful, and always there for you when you needed her. She was loved and adored by everyone. She was also very smart, and was an honor student. She loved acting, and hoped to be an actress. On Feb. 19, 1999, Tara was walking home from a basketball game at school, with her best friend, Rachel Gericke. They where offered a ride from a boy they knew, and accepted. He was speeding, and swerved to miss hitting an animal in the road, when his car spun around and hit a tree. Tara, was killed instantly from head injuries. She had hit the tree, and Rachel hit her head and suffers from head injuries to this day. She has been making GREAT progress, and hopefully will be back to normal, though it will take some time. As for Tara, all we can do now is remember all the wonderful memories she brought us, and all the love she poured out to everyone. Tara, I miss you.. and so does everyone else. We love you, and can't wait to be with you again.. one sweet day. Remember... you jump I jump right? R.I.P ~*Love, Kristi*~
Megan Christie Stave
By Elizabeth, Wilmington, DE
In loving memory of Megan Stave. The sweetest and most caring person anyone could ever come across. Though it was God's turn to share in megans wonderful personality and uniqueness there will always be a place in my heart for her! To Megan: Why god had to take you so tragically nobody will know but what puts me to sleep every night is I know your safe in heaven looking after your family and friends because thats the kind of person I knew you to be. Save me cloud next to yours
James (Jim) Steadman
By Kristine, Eddie, Michael, Ashlie, Bubbie
January 3, 1938 June 14, 2001
Hey dad wuz up? Hope you are enjoying your painfree life in heaven. Mom is doing ok, we all take one day at a time. I keep hoping for the phone to ring and you are on the other end asking us to go to the flea market, or coming over to go look at cars. Eddie said you are probably fixing everyones cars in heaven and you bought yourself that corvett you always wanted. One day we will all be together again and have a big family reunion. Love ya and miss ya always Take care of the family in heaven and tell them all hey for me. Give them little ones that left their mommies and daddies alittle extra TLC. You always had that touch with little kids. Like you said if you knew grandkids where this much fun you would of had them first! Love Ya Kris
Alan Michael Street
By Robin Johnson, Spartanburg, SC
My only son Alan passed away on June 08, 2008, from injuries sustained in a car accident. His journey in life only lasted a short 24 years. He will always be remembered for his caring and easy going demeanor, his big blue eyes and smiling face. My "journey" has just began, and it's a long hard road to travel...A parent's worst nightmare. We love you, Alan and we keep your memories alive, everyday.
Moma, Amy and Ashley
Keith Alan Street
By Robin Johnson, Spartanburg, SC
Keith passed away on November 16, 2001, as a result of a car accident. He was 40 years old. He left behind three children, Amy, Alan, and Ashley Street. (Tragedy has since claimed Alan). Keith left us way too soon, but we know that he is in a better place than we are.
Keith, we love you and miss you,
Robin, Amy, and Ashley
By Ellen Janicke, Tampa, FL USA
You were brave to the very end. You made me very proud of you for fighting although I knew you were suffering. I love and miss you very much as you were and will always be my very best friend.
By Lucyna Rutkowski, Lindenhurst, NY
I love You Daddy. You always be in my heart, I miss You so much.
By Kelly Daniel, Grayson, Georgia
Jeff, We all miss you so much. I hope everyone is learning from your death, and remember all the wonder things about you. I will never forget your beautiful smile, and the way you loved basketball so much! I know God is taking care of you. Please look down on all of us! I love you so much! You will never be forgotten!
By Bear, Marysville, CA USA
A loved son, brother and uncle that will always be missed.
James Dale Stevens (dad)
By Wendy Bailey, Ashland, Ky USA
I miss you so very much, It has only been 3 months, and I still think you will walk trough my door, but I know that will never be true, I wish I would have been able to tell you that, I love you, and could have gave you a hug, one last time, I wish she would have never took you away, but I will make grandma one promise that I will be there for every court date, she has, its a shame that she is out enjoying her life when she took yours it don't make since to me, but God will give her day if justice, don't, you are soo very much missed, its going to be hard to get trough these holidays with out you, you were the life of all the holidays, Dad I promise you that I will make sure that she will do the most time she can get, I wish I would have known what she had been doing to you, I will be thinking of you every momment of the day and night, sweet dreams dad I LOVE YOU and your grandchildren Love you so much if you had only been here to see how much you were cared about! You touched everyones hearts, that come around, dad I love you. And miss you!!!!!
Paul E Stevens
By Sandy Jordanek, Millville, MA USA
Paul was my father who died of lung cancer in 1982, the year his youngest grandchild Samantha was born. She was too young to know him. Dad you were upset because I was pregnant and bringing another child into this insane world you said. Yes insane it is but she is a beautiful child, both of your grandchildren are, but you know that because you are watching them grow. We love you :) Sandy, Jessica and Samantha
Shani Renee Stevens
By Your Loving Mommy, Heather
You left my life on August 30, 1996. I close my eyes and I can see your long dark hair, big green eyes, and beautiful smile. I can hear your laughter and feel you cuddled up in my lap. You were such a light in my life, the best thing that ever happened to me. I'm sorry our time on earth together was all too brief. You are now in heaven with God and I will be with you again someday. I miss you, my precious angel. I love you more than words can say.
Dustin James Stevenson
By Warren Stevenson, Fargo, ND
We miss your smile. We love you dustin always and forever. www.caringbridge.org/mn/dustin
James W. Stevenson (Jake)
By James R. Stevenson, Monroe, NC USA
Dad, you were always there when I needed you, and you always gave unselfishly. You worked hard and long hours for us and always gave us what we needed. You were the best, and I miss you more than words can tell. 23 years have not healed the pain of your loss. I still remember your favorite quote- "If you can't say something good about someone, don't say anything."
Michael William John Steyl
By Anita Cochrane, Manchester, United Kingdom
In loving memory of Michael William John Steyl who was murdered on 22 August 2004. Age 43 years. I ask the Lord to bless you, as I pray for you today; to guide you as you go along your way. His love is always with you, His promises are true. I love and miss you.
By Kristl Sanchez, Riverton, WY, USA
We love and miss you Gabe, you are thought about every day.
Murriel "Pop" Stivers
By Janet Lockner, Baltimore, MD USA
It's been 5 years since the day I held you and watched you take that last breath, and it has never gotten any easier to go on without you... Momma and I miss you like crazy... It was so hard losing you, and the day after burying you, losing the baby, and knowing that he was so loved and wanted by all, please take care of my precious baby "Robert" and rock him in your arms until I can hold him in mine... Pop, you have two beautiful grandchildren, and they would have loved you so much... As you would have loved them... Never forget that we love you, and today and always I loyally remain "Daddys little girl" and I miss you with all my heart and soul.. And so does Momma... Love your daughter, Janet
By Janie Jones, NC
Granny you went to heaven with God. You are in a better place now. We all miss you very much and cant wait to be with you again. Until we meet again. love you
By Stephanie, Washington, NJ USA
Ryan, you are gone but not forgotten, you're still here. You are missed deeply and will be in our hearts forever. Your life was taken long before your time, but we will always love you.
Derek Andrew Storrs
By Kristin Sasser & Melissa Wagoner, Goodrich, MI USA
Not a single day goes by that you are not in. We think about you all the time and are happy we have wonderful memories of you. We know you are watching down on us... and we are trying to make you proud. You are forever in our hearts... We love and miss you very much. We know we will see you again and that is what keeps us going...
Erik Raymond Storwick
By Karen Smith, Beaufort, SC USA
Erik, It's been a year since you were lost at sea. I miss you so much and your sense of humor. We were only a year and a half apart, and we could talk about anything to each other. Sometimes I hear your intonations and sense of humor through me. I know you don't want me to grieve anymore than I have. I miss you and we always told each other we loved one another. I miss my only brother, you.
Love you always,
Phyllis Stration died Jan. 6 th 1994
By Daina Thomas, Jackdonville, FL USA
She went and took her life away. It happened it on a january day. As my friend told me more. I began to sob without control. She said she was too sad. Too sad to go on. Oh how I wish I could undo this wrong. Its been 7 years since she past that day. But it only seems like yesterday. I knew her mom.They were the best of friends. But still my misty doesn't understand. There was no note. No reason why. No reason why she took her life. No reason why she wanted to die. She must of hurt so bad inside. So much more than tears could subside. It breaks my heart , and misty's too. Now my friend has 2 kids of her own. 2 kids her mother will never see grown. And the kids will only be able to visit their grandmother's headstone.
By Sara, Canada
To my good friend. God called you home much too soon for those who loved you. I was blessed to have known you. God bless.
Tabaitha Ann Styers
By Cynthia Howell, Walkertown, NC USA
Tabitha...now you are in Heaven with Matthew your friend and classmate and all your other loved ones. You will never be forgotten ...your beautiful smile, the way you cheered, the way you always gave Coach Howell a hard time... your sense of humor and your love for our Savior, the Lord Jesus Christ...you truly will be missed but not forgotten. Until we meet in Heaven...what a cheerleading squad we will have There! Keep looking down on us and cheering all the while!
Love, Coach Howell and Cindy, Jason and Joshua
Austin Roger Styles
By Brittney Huber, USA
Austin was a loved son, friend, and family member. He lived his life to the fullest. No words of hate were spoken from his mouth. He was and still is a great person and shall never be forgotten.
By Tina, Las Vegas, NV USA
By Scott Sukut, Lodi, CA USA
Mom, I love and miss you so~~~I will always treasure you.
By Scott Sukut,
Mom, I miss you and love you more than words can describe. You will always be in my heart. Your loving son
Mrs. Bertha May Sunkett
Hello mommom, it's been 3 years this month of december since you left us. I miss you so much. I really miss you at this time of the year. Remember how we all would gave out Christmas baskets to the needy? We all would be up til 4 or 5 A.M. Until every basket would be done you made sure we put the same amount of things in each basket, making sure there was a box of chocolate candy for everyone.(I rember taking a few pieces.) I love you and miss. Wish you were here to see you latest grandson Benjamin who they say looks just like you!!! Also to see how your baby girl Joe turn out to be a great wife and a new mother. That's right Benji's mom is Joe! Well so long and til my grandpop I said I love him and miss him too! Love, Nan
Mr. & Mrs. Brooks W. Sunkett
Hello Mommom and Poppop it's been so long since you both left. Mommom I miss you so much but I did have you here in my life much longer in fact I had 27 years with you. But that still isn't enough. Unlike you Poppop who had such a short stay with me. I only had 15 years with you and you have been gone 15 years and it still hurts, at night I lay their thinking about you and the days you and my dad your son played ping pong all night saying one more game Joyce to my mom as we watched with our coats still on. I love you guys and I truly miss the both of you. Can't wait til I see you again.
Love your Granddaughter Javohn
By Jeana Iavaroni, Staten Island, NY USA
My dear aunt, my godmother, I can't believe you're gone. I will miss you and love you always. Watch over all of us.You suffered so, now my precious chaloo rest in peace.
Wayne D. Swanson
By Michael Lee Dunagan, Hermiston, OR USA
Swanee, you are truely missed by your family and friends. Youleft this world for a better place but what you left behind will never be forgotten - Geri, my sister, your wife of many years misses you very much. Your children have learned from you and thank you.
Steve you left me to soon you promised me on Jan 17th of 2000 only two days before you passed away that you would marry me and love me forever, well I guess God had somthing different in his mind but one thing I can say is you will always remain in my heart because you made me laugh, cry you were a funny kind of guy and you will be greatly miss. We all love and miss you, mousey, starry eyes, beauityqueen, halfpint, blinkie
Well it's 2002 and it feels like yesterday and I still feel the pain. But still I feel and know your with me everyday of my life and I know babydoll we will see eackother again. It's halloween time and I always to it big in your memory babydoll. Davey and the girls miss you so much and sha sha and brother Tim and Dennis Steve it's not the same since you left oh I'm crying as I'm writing this. Well I will forever keep you in my heart and preyers and I, will visit you as much as I can.
Forever your mousey
By Rosemarie Sweener, Troy, NY USA
Joanne I still cant believe that your gone, and I miss you so much. I wish you where here with us. I love you and miss you. Until we meet again please watch over us all.
Roy Francis Swindells
By Margaret Swindells, Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada
Roy died after a heroic battle with cancer. He left behind a loving wife of 35 years, 4 children and 4 grandchildren who miss him terribly. He accepted Jesus into his heart 6 months before he died.
Anthony Carl Sypolt
By T, Justin, Tracy, Jeff, & Dawn
Not a day goes by that I don't think of you. I remember all the good times we had. There were good and bad, but in the end we worked everything out. Thank you for our two sons that you gave me. We all miss you so much. It's been almost two years and the pain and tears are just as strong as the day we lost you, but we know you are with God in Heaven and waiting on us. I wish I could feel your touch again, see your face, feel your warm embrace but it is not to be. Very deeply missed by your family: T, Justin, Tracy, Jeff, & Dawn
Dana Marie Szczesny June 15, 1982- Oct.
By Debra Doll, Winter Park, FL
Dana, I love you and miss you everyday of the life I am left with. I pray to God everyday to be reunited with you so we can share His Kingdom together forever. When your heart died so did mine. I love you, Mom
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