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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.


CrossRoger A Ugalde
By Teresa Ugalde, Miami, FL USA
My husband, best friend and the best daddy in the world passed away on Feb 27, 2000 in a drowning accident. Roger, it seems that our life together was a wonderful dream. There's a pain in my heart that will never go away. We miss you and love you and there's not a day that you don't cross my mind. We will see each other again, I know it.. I love you Paito

CrossDorothy Updegrove
By Stacy Shuker, Reading, PA USA
To my grandmother: march 20,1924 - may 11, 2000 greatly loved and missed by her entire family

CrossJoseph Troy Santino Utley
By Kelli Ellis, Barnhart, MO USA
Joseph was my son he died on March 13, 1999. He was 14. He was my only child. I just wanted to say to many other parents who've lost a child that through the grace of God you will eventually find peace. It is not something that will come easy though. I also wanted to say that your loved ones never really leave you because as long as you remember them they are still there.

To my son I want to say : I still cry when I think of all the things you used to do to make me laugh when I was down. I miss your smile so very much. I know that you are in a better place now and when my time comes I will see you on the other side. Love You Very Much Mom

CrossAngela Valenti
By Melissa Crespo Valenti, Brentwood, NY USA
My sister, the Anjelik1 u will alway live on in my heart, every thing I do I do it for you seen as how u were always here to do for others. I can't believe that you are gone. I love you Precious Princess
Love: Precious Pookie

CrossMissy Valentine
By Sarah, Jacksonville, FL USA
~*In memory of Missy*~

Missy was a 13 year-old, straight A student. She lived for the joy of others alone. Her life was packed into a busy schedule, that not even I could understand. She woke up each morning in God's grace and praised Him for everything that He has done for her and others. She prayed for every soul in this world, from the people living in lean-to's in Japan to the aristocracy of New York. Then she left for school, maintaining a 4.0 average throughout her entire life. She was a joyious, studious and dedicated student who never missed one day of school all her life and made positive to help others on her way to the top also. Her dreams and dedication to help others lead her to dream of one day being a doctor. In order to fulfill her dream, she would volunteer after school and sports. By the way, she was also a very good athelete. She participated in volleyball and soccer, along with other sports. She tutored local kids, and during the summer or whenever out of school, she would volunteer at a health care center, a local nursing home where she dedicated most of her life when not at school. She was an angel in disguise to several in this world. Although, she herself did not agree. She died of anorexia nervousia... Let her memory live on. Help others.

CrossBernard O. Vanhorn
By Patty Smith, Lost Creek, WV USA
You were my oldest brother and helped keep me in line as I was growing up. You also unselfishly served your country when Uncle Sam called and also served your community as a fireman for many years until God decided your time on Earth was up and he called you Home. You were a loving husband, father, and brother and you will be loved and missed always.

CrossJeremy Ray Vanhorn
By Patty Smith, Lost Creek, WV USA
(Nov. 5, 1976 - Nov. 8, 1992) My nephew, Jeremy, was killed three days after his 16th birthday, in a senseless automobile accident. Jeremy was always so very special to me and we had a deep bond. He always had a ready smile and was loved by all. I know that he is now home in Heaven with Our Heavenly Father and our loving family and friends who have gone on before. I love you, Jeremy, and miss you dearly.

CrossRufus & Ina Vanhorn
By Patty Vanhorn Smith, Lost Creek, WV USA
God blessed me from the very beginning by allowing me the honor and privilege of being born as one of your eleven children. You were such loving, God-fearing parents, and you were always there for us. We know we could always turn to you for anything. Now, you walk hand in hand on the golden streets of Heaven, and I thank you from the bottom of my heart for everything. I love you and miss you every day. Thank you God and give them an extra-special hug for me today!

CrossFrancisco Vargas
By Esther Vargas, Lynn, MA USA
Gracias por mi vida y todo el amor que me diste. ahora entiendo que estavas enfermo,perdoname por palabras dicha. te llevo siempre en mi corazon.
I love you.

Cross Zachary Otto Varner
By Jennifer Langfeldt, Lake Wales, Florida
He died in a car accident on Sept. 26, 2003. He was only 19 years old and was going to turn 20 Nov.6. He was my best friend, the love of my life, my everything and I'm so lost now without him. He was a great person and would do anything to help somebody out. I miss him so much. I love you, Zach.

Flowers Moses Vargas
By Carol, Chicago, IL
March 6, 1982- August 10, 2002 Moses, although you are gone from this earth you are not gone from my heart. Moses' website

CrossMichael Jesus Vasquez
By Michelle & Family, Sacramento, CA USA
Michael was a long time resident of Sacramento CA. A Loving father, Husband, and friend he is missed and loved by all who knew him, Michael passed away due to stomach cancer on November 8th 2000, at the age of 34. We love and miss you very much Michael til we meet again. take care God bless-

"the Best"
God saw you getting tired
And relief was not to be.
So He put His arms around you
And whispered, "Come with me"
With tearful eyes we watched you suffer
and saw you fade away.
Though we couldn't bear to lose you
We couldn't ask you to stay.
A golden heart stopped beating,
Hard-working hands laid to rest.
God broke our hearts to prove to us
He only takes the best

Michael- you will always be with us in heart and in mind.

CrossRobert E Vauclair
By Joan Marti, Milw, OR USA
My brother committed suicide on 1-11-00 At the age of 27 yrs and 4 month it has had a great impact on all of our life's and always will, while he was alive he was a troubled sole but now after almost 5 months I believe he is at peace he was loved and will be truly missed. Love always you'll remain in our hearts forever your family

Flowers Cozetta Vaughns
By Tricesha Jones, Camden, MS
I never thought I'd see the day that I would have to say goodbye to you. You were always the pillar of strength for our family and you will never ever be forgotten. We Love You Always!!!!

CrossJoann Venoy
By Monie Mcfalls, Whitesville, WV
In memory of my sister who passed away with female cancer though you are gone and we still live on I know in my heart that you are with our Father the Lord so sister just know that I love you and miss you a lot your loveing sister Monie Mcfalls

CrossDeb Verhey
By Lisa Patrick, Sioux Falls, SD USA

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

Deb died August 14, 2000 after she suffered a massive heart attack. She was only 36 years old. I will miss you forever Deb.


Flower VaseAl Joseph Viator
By Donna Wills, Lafayette, LA USA
Pop, It surely doesn't seem like you left to go home with God the day after my birthday. Thanks for being here. We love you and miss you alot. Amber misses greatly ya'll late night calls. She knew she could call you and you would be up ready to talk. Love you and miss you greatly.. Donna and the kids

Cross Daniel Vick
By Marsha, Nashville, Tennessee
In Memory of my precious son, Daniel Vick. Daniel died of a rare disease (XLP) at age 18. He graduated May, 2001 from Hunter's Lane high school where he was the Senior Class President and Prom King of 2001. He loved art, writing, reading poetry and being with his friends. He loved old people, nature, sunsets, joking and just being with people he loved. He was loved by everyone who knew him. My heart aches for my son, but I know we will be together again in heaven as our Lord promised us. Love forever, Mom

CrossPatrick Clarence Viles
By Sandra M. Viles, Indianapolis, IN USA
I just want you to know that we all you love and miss you, and that you will never be forgotten. I know that you are with Steve, and that you are both in a much better place. You have got no pain now that Jesus has got you both in his arms.I love you Dad, and sometimes when I feel so alone in this world that is when I miss you so much, for I could always depend on you, if I was right , or wrong , you was always there. For all of you who has still got their Father, love them with all your heart, for you'll never know how much they mean to you until they are gone. I love you Dad, Sandy (In Memory of our Father Pat who was a Korean War Veteran) We love you Dad; Patty, Rick, Sandy, Becky, Darlene, Lori, Theresa, and your Loving Wife Nora

Cross Anthony Villanueva
By Deirdre Pizzarella, Lowell, MA
Anthony you will always be missed you have touch so many peoples lives you will never be forgotten we love you and miss you so until we met again know We will never stop thinking about you Anthony Villanueva 1/26/1971 to 1/20/08

CrossRafael Sanchez Villapudua
By Yuridia Sanchez, Santa Ana, CA USA
A heart of gold stopped beating, Two wonderful eyes are at rest, God broke our hearts prove to us He takes only the best. God knew you had to leave us, But you did not go alone; for part of us went with youthe day He took you home. To some you are forgotten, to some a part of the past, But to those who loved and lost you, your memory will always last.

CrossArturo (Artie) Villarreal Jr. 11/09/81-07/18/00
By Morticha Gonzalez, Falfurrias, Texas
*in memory of Artie*
Artie was called home to heaven, we loved him so, but our Father. needed him more, he called his name and Artie without out even hesitating about giving up his young life, took gods hand and left to be by his side, we miss you so much, but we all know you're in a much better place, I pray for you often and think of you alot, I still remember how we used to sit and talk, how you smiled at me and how we joked about things, how crazy you were, I think of the times I saw you smile, and that helps ease the pain, my brother Artie I know someday we will meet again. God bless your soul.

CrossConcha Ramirez Villescas
By Irma Benavides, Pecos, TX USA
Concha, dear wife and mother, passed away at a young age of 71. She was kind, sweet, patient, loving and caring to everyone. She was a wife, mother of 3 daughters, 3 sons-in-law, and 5 grandchildren. Mom, I miss you so very much. I wish I could hold you in my arms. I want to pick up the phone and call you. Oh, how I miss you. I know you are in a much better place in Heaven! These holidays are going to be So difficult without you (and your wonderful cooking)! I miss our "Saturdays" together, you and I going shopping and eating out. I wish there would have been more of those. Life is just too short. Mom, I miss you so much. You taught us morales and responsibility. Mom, there will be no other like you. I love you and miss you so much! Mom, you are gone but you are not forgotten!!

Flower VaseTheodora Vincent
By Rosa, New Orleans, LA USA
Mama, it has been 1 month. I really miss you, but I know you are in a better place and your suffering is over.
Mama, I love you!!

Flower VaseFelix A. Valdivia Vizarreta
By Mr. and Mrs. Felix A. Vizarreta, Alexandria, VA USA
Little felix was 16 months old, died on May 17th 1999. His birthday will be on November 5th 1999 he will be 2 years old. We love him, and he is our angel, he is the best decision that ever happen to us! "Happy Halloween little Felix Happy Birthday! Happy Thanksgiving, Merry Christmas, we love you little Felix, we miss you so much, we know you did not deserve to die! You will always be in our hearts! Love, Daddy Felix

CrossRonald Lee Voelker
By Vicki Voelker/Johnson, Flint, MI USA
In our laughter and our tears. Our joy's and sorrows, we remember and love your very Much.. In God's Garden forever! Love alway's your Family

CrossQuentin Vollgraff Sr.
By Stephen Quinn Vollgraff, Kannapolis, NC USA
My father was one of only a few men I ever had any respect for. And in return I always felt he was the only man who respected me. I miss him deeply and a part of my life is missing without being able to call on him from time to time. He always knew exactly how to handle any tough situation. I only hope I can make the rest of my life, one in which when I get to see him again he can say he is proud of me. Dad I miss you. I hope you are ok Steve

Flower VaseEthel Mae Hurlbut Belisle Voss
By Tammy Sprague, Watervliet, NY USA
In memory of my grandmother. You shall be missed forever. May you rest in peace. I love your Gram!

CrossJohn Wagner
By Patty Goss, Lewistown, PA USA
I was with you for only 2 short years, but you taught me so many things, and losing you taught me what is and isn't important in this life. You will always live in my heart, I will always love you.

CrossLinda Wagner
By Bryce Wagner, Crookston, MN USA
Mom, my best friend I will always miss you and am waiting for the day when I will be reunited with you in heaven.

FlowersUncle Steve Walchli
By Laura Walchli, St Louis, MO USA
You will always be in my heart

CrossDevin Walker
By Marisa Nunley, Hastings, FL USA
You were loved by many, we all love you, Mom and Dad are fine, God bless you lil' feller!!!!!

Cross Jill Ann Walker
By Kim Marie Andersen, Mount Sinai, New York
Dearest Jill, Life is short as we have learned. You were taken from us at such a young age. You battled life hard and won. You were leading a life that we all admired. Unfortunately fate decided that it was your time. That accident took you away from us. It's not fair. We were lucky that we found each other again when we did. I will be forever grateful to God for giving us that opportunity. I miss you so much. We were suppose to grow old together. Everytime I eat a Watamelon roll I will think of you. I hope that you have found peace in the after life. I look forward to when we meet again. I miss you terribly. All my love, "your daughter", your dearest friend, Kim

Cross Malcolm Walker
By Laura Walker, Yorkshire
I wish you had reflected more on the good times and your worth on this earth before you did it. I wish the day I came top of my second year at University I could have shared it with you. Those bits are tough with out you. I hope that you have found peace now but those left behind miss you so. I really wish I could have said good bye. Dad, I will never forget you and the good times we shared with the horses.

CrossMilo Dunlap Walker
By Jan Walker, Buckingham, IA USA
Those we hold most dear never truly leave us... they live on in the kindness they showed, the comfort they shared, and the love they brought into our lives.

Until we meet at Heavens Gate, Jan, Chad & Wendy

CrossJames Alton Wallace
By Gale Wallace Harper, FederalWay, Wa.
They say it's hard to lose a child; It's also hard to lose a parent. Love you Dad...

Cross Betty Walsten
By Amy Mendoza, Swansea, MA
Grandma, I miss you each and every day. It still kills me that I never got to say good bye to you. I knew you were very sick with cancer...I never lost hope gradma, I thought if I kept saying a prayer that you would have been able to fight that awful battle. The weekend that you passed away I had gone up to six flags with my friends for the weekend. I came back from the trip and I was greeted by my dad telling me that you were gone and that my mom had flown to kentucky to go to the funeral... I didn't know what to do I just fell apart and starting crying. Mom gave me a lot of your doll collection...I will keep them very dear to my heart and display them like you had done. I know that your in a better place now with no more pain...but the bad news is that my dad also lost his battle with cancer a year after you...I haven't been the same since but I've tried my best to go on... I got into college grandma...just like you said I would one day...I graduate from high school this sunday June 2nd 2002 and I'm moving in with bob also this summer and am goingto start my life with him. I'm getting my teaching certificate also soon...and I also got a job in the child care buisness...and love it there! I love you still live in ym heart and I see you in me a lot. and mom is doing better now...she wasn't at first...but mom and I have had eachother and have made it through all of this together... but we'll be okay! I love you and miss you. Amy

CrossHarry Walters
By Sherri Laurent, Machesney Park, IL USA
I love you grandpa and I always will. I hope you never forget the times we shared together ... I love you, your grand daughter Sherri

FlowersSherry Calvin Walters
By Sheri Taylor, Chehalis, WA USA
Dad, I miss you dearly! You were a wonderful dad and a wonderful "papa" Your granddaugher, Tessie, misses you very much too!! We'll all meet again in heaven some glorious day.

FlowersCarrie Rita Warren
By Roberta J Mcroy, Tacoma, WA USA
Momma I miss you so much,and I wish I could turn back the hands of time but I know that's not possible. But I know you know how much I love you, and I know you are in God's loving arms and with your family on high. Always know I appreciate everything you did for me while you were here and I will strive to be all you would have wanted me to be. Your four grandchildren and one great grandchild will never forget you and we all love you more than words can ever say. Continue to watch over us and I hope I'll see you again. Your one and only child Roe

Flowers E.L. Warren
By Ron Warren, Kenner, LA
Daddy, thank you for loving me and never giving up on me. I miss you so much, I would give everything I own just to touch your hand and tell you I love you. Bud

FlowersJames E. Warren
By Margaret Curry, Chester, VA USA
My father went to be with Jesus on January 8, 1993. He suffered with the horrible Lou Gerig disease for many months before he lost the battle. He is so deeply missed by his family. There will always be a very huge void in our lives.

CrossMarilyn Warren
By Jeanette Billiter, Pana, IL USA

CrossRev. Isaiah Washington, Sr. August 1, 1911- July 30, 1999
By The Children

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

Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of a saint. Proverbs 116:15

Yet he passed away, and lo, he was not; yea, I sought him, but he could not be found. Mark the perfect man, and behold the upright: for the end of THAT man is PEACE.

CrossPat Walters
By Colene Walters -Grimes, Nashville, TN USA
Dear dad,
I miss you so much You were a great dad and a great grandfather. I will always think of you and I know one day we will see each other Again. Love your AA Baby. Colene

CrossAngela Maria Webb
By Kenneth R. Webb, Philadelphia, PA USA
I Love and Miss you. When in need I ask what would Mom have done.

CrossKenneth & Dorthy Webber
By Jack Webber, Battle Creek, MI USA
My Mom & Dad were parents's to 14 children in their lifetime. My mom spent all her time cooking, washing clothes, and taking care of children. My dad worked very hard to support all of us kids. When all the grandchildren came, they were in heaven with all the new babies. They both have been gone now for many years, but all their children miss them and will never forget how hard they worked. Rest in peace Mom & Dad

FlowersCynthia (Cindee) Weber (Murphy)
By Michael Murphy, Alameda, CA USA
By June Weber, Buffalo, NY USA
By Michael Murphy,
Dear "Lil" sis, I miss you so much, so does Mom, she is always talking and thinking of you. My hope is that you and Bob (Bobaronie) are together. Mandy is doing well, baby Cindee is beautiful. Donna & Norm are doing good also. Nick miss's his Aunt Cindee. June did a great job with Bobs funeral service, I know you looked down with smiling Irish eyes, Your Loving Brother, Michael Roy

By June Weber,
Dear Cindee, Mike posted a memorial for Bob in the veterans memorial and also wrote to remember you here. After you died he was never the same without you, I told him to write his feelings on paper and look to the lord. I want to let you know one of the things he wrote and I read at his memorial service: I thank the lord, for I believe I've been blessed. Blessed with a love which is you I confess. When you gave me your heart, you gave it for free. A part of my life you will always be. Your heart of gold brought many things. A brightness of life that the soul sings. A valuable love which I brought from the start. I will keep it forever, we never will part. You are my mornings, my nights, my days, and my years. The nourishment of my life and the cure of my fears. I became rich from your love. I pray now that he has found you and that you are both looking down from above hand in hand together again. I love you both so very much. Cindee born 03-28-56, died 11-26-98. Bob born 01-10-53, died 01-31-2000

CrossIva May Armstrong Weeks
By Staci L. Simmons, San Clememte, CA USA
Dear Grammie, I know that you have been gone for a long time but I just can't seem to stop thinking about you. I remember everything you used to say and do with Darci and me. Like singing those songs and going to church with you and dressing up in your heels. I even remember being at camp with you and everyone. Picking strawberries and raspberries on the way to the well. I hope that you are doing well and that you are at peace. Did you know that I even named my daughter after you? Her name is Victoria May, and she is beautiful. I love you very much and I always will.
Love your granddaughter,

Iva May Armstrong Weeks

Born: July 16, 1920     Died: April 23, 1983

FlowersBessie Weisner
By Kristi, Allentown, PA USA
I love you grandma, and will never forget you. I know your in a better place now, and I know you are happy. Thanks for visiting me and letting me know that. =) (wink wink) ;) Thank you, and God bless.

FlowersAlice Jane Welch
By Mary Alice Hicks, Ashland, KY USA
In loving memory of my mother:

"When we think of our mothers,
We draw nearer to God above,
For only God in His greatness
Could fashion a mother's love.

Keep your father's commandment, and forsake not your mother's teaching. Proverbs 6:20

Today pay tribute to your mother.
Her love touched your life and will
continue to influence you forever."

From "A New Beginning"
by Helen Steiner Rice

CrossBreannan Nickol Welch
By Rebecca Welch, Rio Linda, CA USA
we all love u are little angla and we think of u evey day of are lifes and some day we will see u agin and look down on us as are angla will do.
love ya always
yr ant Rebecca

Cross Joshua Lee Wenger
By Erin Searer, Carlisle, PA
Josh you were only 22 i can't believe you had to die the way you did. Your missed by soo many people! Emmy your mom Mark, Mema sis, Pap, Mema Cindy, Your many cousins and uncles and aunts, Amanda Loves you hun, Ryan, Clint, and all your friends miss you too! The thing i miss the most is that goofy smile you always had on your face! Gosh i can still picture it today. Josh, Cuz, you mean the world to me! And i know you are in a better place, and God took you home on Sept 25th 2005 and i know your shining down on us from heaven! I just wish you were still here! I love and miss you soo much JLW always will miss Bologna and Cheese the whole sandwich love you baby boy!

FlowersDenise West
By Judy West, Cromwell KY
My beautiful daughter was killed by a semi-truck while trying to run away from a man who was trying to rape her. On Dec 9th 2000.

"My sweet, loving, wonderful daughter-I would never have believed that a heart could hurt the way mine does and still survive another day, I miss you so much and your smile is always in my hearts eye. Your son Zachary is my reason for living now, we have adopted him and he will grow up knowing how very much you loved him. Sleep in peace my darling daughter."

CrossNicholas "Nick" West
By Robyn Delong, Mansfield, OH USA
I miss you and know you are watching over me. I know we will meet again someday. I miss and love you so much. In memory of. 1981 - 1996. He was hit by a car while riding his bike and died from massive head and spinal damage.

FlowersJoseph Wheelock
By Jeanne Hare, Wyoming, MI USA
Your favorite song, I'd Rather Have Jesus, in those few words describes your life. Thanks for the legacy you and mom have given us, dad. All your children have come to the Lord, and now your grandchildren are one by one accepting him as their saviour.

FlowersG. Agnes Whetzel
By Lou Ann Ellis, Martinsburg, WV USA
In loving memory of my mother and the best friend I ever had. Missing you is an everyday.

CrossMichael Whiddon
By Lisa Jensen
To my daddy, I miss you more than words can say you will always be in my heart

Cross Tracey Ann Whidden
By Jean Gray Ellington, West Palm Beach, FL
I hope that Tracey is cradled in God's arms. She had bipolar manic depression and was in the deepest throes of it when she committed suicide. Tracey, I hope you know you were loved by so many people and we miss you more than words can say. Why did you stop taking your medicine, only to come down with a severe spell of bipolar? I realize you stopped your medicine, because when you were put on probation, the cops considered your medications as drugs so they didn't want you to drive. You had to go to work. You were punished needlessly for taking your medicine, it made you sick and you stopped it, thus committing suicide a year later. Being your mother, I would have helped you in anyway I could, but you left me all alone. May God rock you in his arms, comfort you, and forgive you. I will take all your sins on myself, if you will be forgiven. You are loved.

CrossBob White
By Miriah Leddy, Dallas, TX USA
My Bonus Dad (step Dad) died July 9, 1999 of cancer. Sat. March 4th was his 55th birthday. It is amazing to me how things change. Last year we had a big birthday party for him. I remember it took everything I had not to cry at the party. The thought of him actually not being around for his next birthday was unimaginable. I thought last year was tough; little did I know that this year I would give anything in the world to be that sad again.

CrossCorey L. White
By Tiffany Reid, Suffolk, VA USA
It seems as if I just seen you on Columbus avenue I wonder before you died did you fight your battle too. I just can't believe you're gone,but when I found out I could'nt really cry I just moaned.If you only knew how everyone misses you, you would turn our gray clouds into blue.I know you're in heaven smiling down, but when I think of you, I make a smile instead of a frown. DEC.77-FEB.2000

FlowersJanet White
By Shannon Martin, Camron, NC USA
Grandma, you have been gone 6 long months now and I miss you like it was yesterday. I never thought that you would leave so soon. I could always count on you for a good game of Yahtzee or to update me on "the story". I remember talking to you on the phone while you were in the hospital and thinking to myself "why is everyone telling me you don't really know what is what". You sounded like the same old grandma to me. And then I got the call from my mom saying I should come home-they aren't expecting you to be here much longer. I was in shock. Having just lost my Dad 3 months earlier, I wasn't sure I could handle this.

I told you had to go, knowing I would have to come right back. I said I would see you the next time we made it up.You told me bye and squeezed my hand. Less then 12 hours after arriving home, I called to see how you were and was told you had passed away minutes before. I was lost. Who was I gonna hang out with on my vacations to PA? We had such a great relationship. I know when I moved so far away you worried about me and your new great-grandson. And I know that even though you hated it here, you would have visited again. We can all laugh about the things you used to say to us and are all constantly saying things you used to. You are missed so much. You have daughters,grandchildren and great-grandchildren who miss you everyday. I wish you could be here to see my newest boy. I know you would be proud! I love you grandma and cannot wait to see you again. All my love-Shannon

Cross Jeremy White
By Carolyn White, Ethridge TN
On Jan. 21 2006 you left this world so fast so quick there was no time for goodbyes. But for 19 years you were a blessing I'll always cherish and thank God for everyday I had with you. We all miss and love you but we'll be together again someday until then we carry you in our heart s and memories.

Flowers Mary Lou White and Father Tommy E. White
By Lisa Jones, Houston, Texas
My Mother and Father fell in love by accident while he was in service. They were told that they would never be able to have children but we number Three. Dad left us all eleven years ago and Mom went home to be with him at the Throne of God last December. Your children, Lisa, Tommy and Terry miss you both more than words can express, but we know also that you watch over us and protect us. Our hearts ache and the tears ebb and flow like the tide. We carry your memories with is and live as you brought us up, Believe in the Lord thy God for he is with you.

FlowersKristen Whitehead
By Kim Whitehead, Melbourne, Australia
She was 20 yrs old when she decided that life was too hard and killed herself. She died on Mothers day of 1988 and As I am typing this I have tears pouring down my face. One of our customers at work killed himself today and he was only 19 and it just brings it all back like it is happening to me again. My sister was a happy person. Intelligent and very kind. The thing about suicide is that they seem to forget that people love them and would do anything to get them through the pain they are feeling. I would give anything to have her back. I still miss her so much and the pain she was feeling was nothing to the pain I have gone through since she left me. Suicide is inconciderate and very painful. And I know that life is suppose to teach you but what is the lesson here. I haven't learned anything but instead have become bitter and don't trust anyone. To anyone who is contemplating killing themselves please stop and think. The pain you are feeling will go away but your loved ones will never be the same again.

Cross Chad Allen Whitmore
By Tammy Miller, Mansfield, Ohio
In remembrance of my brother who was stabbed in the heart and murdered on August 5, 2001. Only for the short while that you where here my brother, you brought such joy to my life. And everyday that passes you will always be so special in my heart. Love you

Cross Timmothy Lee Whitmore
By Vicky Whitmore, Graniteville, South Carolina
On the wings of a memory I saw a vision of you there, with rainbows in your eyes and heaven's light in your hair. I reached for your hand just one more touch, is it asking for a miracle, is it asking too much? I feel your presence on the wind, I smell you on the rain, just one more time to have your laughter ease the pain. To see that wondeful little grin on your face, to have your smile light up even the darkest place. If it were possible, I'd pray you back home with the dawn, But then again, on the wings of my memories your not really gone. To my husband, I love and miss you so much.

CrossFranklin Murphy Whitten I
By Susie Tumulak, Chandler, TX USA
it has been five months and we still miss you more than ever. We could not have asked for a better husband, dad, papa, or friend. Thanks for all that you done for us.
We love you, your family

Cross Harvey lee Wiggins 06-19-1936 - 02-08-2005
By Mary Ellen Wiggins and your dog harley
My Special Husband and father to five
God saw that she was getting tired;
And a cure was not to be;
So He put His arms around her;
And whispered come with me.
With tearful eyes we watched her suffer;
And saw her fade away;
Although we loved her deeply,
we could not make her stay.
A golden heart stooed beating;
Hardworking hands to rest,
God broke our hearts to prove to us
He only takes the best.
We miss you and love you your wife of 50 years Mary Ellen Wiggins and your dog harley. We love you

Cross Harvey lee Wiggins 06-19-1936 - 02-08-2005
By His Grandkids
My papa was a strong man he work hard and loved us all as when he got sick on that January day we never knew he wasnt going to be that tough old man we all called papa and be alright instead god had a better place for him in heaven above so I want everyone to know we miss our papa and love him soo much....All his 10 Grandkids

Cross Harvey Lee Wiggins
By Family
You were loved so very, very much,
You could fix everything with just a touch.
Why did you have to leave?
You left me here to hurt and grieve!
Why did the Lord decide to take you?
You had so much yet to do!
You were my Daddy
Married 50 years of your life.
You were a Father to five,
Now we wish you were still alive.
You were Grandpa to ten,
You got to see Two turn into fine young People
Now you are in Heaven and I am all alone
We all know that you are happy, but we just keep on cryin'.
You were a great-Daddy to five,
And now I wish you were still alive.
Five of them are already Parents
You had all this left yet to see and hear,
Now all that's left to do, is close to my heart, hold you near.
I LOVE YOU Daddy: Love your Daughter and Son-n-Law & Grand kids James & Janet, Ashley Wiggins & Hannah Toliver
Saltillo, Mississippi

CrossJean LeRue Wike
By Kathleen Ann Wike, Lebanon, PA USA
Mommy I just wanted to say I Love you and miss you very much. I wish I could be with you cause you were alway's there for me. You never turned your back on me. You would be proud of me mommy. I have 3 beautiful grandchildren mommy you should see them. They all look like Wike's. I know you would say the same thing. I can't wait till I see you again.

CrossJean LaRue Mull-Wike
By Danielle M. Daub, Lebanon, PA USA
You were loved so very, very much,
You could fix everything with just a touch.
Why did you have to leave?
You left me here to hurt and grieve!
Why did the Lord decide to take you?
You had so much yet to do!
You were a wife,
Married 48 years of your life.
You were a mother to five,
Now they wish you were still alive.
You were nanny to ten,
You got to see four turn into fine young men.
Now you are in Heaven with the eleventh, Brian,
We all know that you are happy, but we just keep on cryin'.
You were a great-nanny to five,
And now for them I wish you were still alive.
Two of them are already walking,
Then what about when the others start talking?
You had all this left yet to see and hear,
Now all that's left to do, is close to my heart, hold you near.

Cross Rodger Wiles
By Ralph Dettwiler, Grand Rapids, MI
Rodger was my first partner on the Beaufort County Sheriffs Department, he wasn't thrilled with having a partner, but he trained me to be a good cop and to stay alive. I learned a lot from Rodger and we became close friends. Rodger retired from the Marine Corps, having served in Vietnam. I will never forget him, nor cease to admire him.

Flower VaseEdward Wilbur
By Teresa Wilbur, Lee, MA
"In loving memory of Edward Wilbur August 10, 1961 - Jan. 28, 2001." You were called for a higher purpose, but your presence here is sorely missed. Your legacy lives on in our children. The day you were hit by a car and killed, is the day when all of your wrongs were forgiven and you released your regrets. Now you can be the angel watching over your children, never to be parted from them again. And although our lives took different paths, inside my heart there was a love that bond us for life. You will be remembered. You will be loved... Teresa

FlowersEdward Francis Wild
By Ann Moran-Smith, Yaphank, NY USA
Daddy, it's been six years since I last heard your voice, but your words and your love live on in my heart.

CrossMartha Wild
By Ann Smith, Yaphank, NY USA
Your love warmed me like a gentle summer's breeze. Tears beyond grief now after such a short farewell. As Daddy wrote to you, "Destiny plays the music while we mortals dance. It would be so nice, if life could be lived without emotional pain; yet it is a small price to pay destiny for the ability to love and be loved."

I loved you then; I love you now. Always and forever.

CrossHarvey Wilder
By Christy Slusher, Pineville, KY USA
Although you are gone, a part of you will always be with me because you promised you would always take care of me, and a brother never breaks a promise I know you are always one step behind me and, I miss you, but I know the garden in heaven is beautiful now because God only takes the best!!!!! I love you brother.
Love your Sissy

CrossCameran Lee Wilhite
By Sonya Wilhite, Coushatta, LA USA
When tomorrow starts we are not far apart. For you are always in our heart. Love, Mom, Dad, and your big brother C.J.

CrossDerwin Lee Wilkins
By Rhonda Donnell, China Spring, TX
We were really just getting to know each other well for the first time. Cancer took you away from me. I miss you Daddy. I wish you were here.

CrossLisa Ann Will
By Robin DeYoung (Cousin), Hull, Ma
Lisa, you were taken from us at a very young age... I miss you and love you very much... RIP Lisa

CrossEdwina Williams
By Brenda Hulse Dotson, Versailles, KY USA
You were with us such a short time- you were loved and still missed til we are together- Brenda Lovin Sis

Cross Elmer & Katherine Williams
By Heather Goss, Thornton, CO
Grandpa, your great grandchildren never got to see you but, I know you see them each day from heaven and you are watching out for them. I remember you playing "percy" with me and you were a wonderful and caring man. You left too soon, very suddenly when we thought you were going to be alright. You watched over grandma until it was her time to join you. Her suffering was great. Her journey here is over but, she has joined with you for eternity. I love you.
Grandma, you were fortunate enough to see all your great grandchildren and spend time with them. You were a strong woman but, you missed grandpa. The only time ever saw you cry was when grandpa passed away. You suffered much for a long time before you passed away but, you and grandpa are now together. I love you.

CrossGlenna Williams
By Patty Smith, Lost Creek, WV USA
You were my oldest sister and were always there whenever I needed you. There was a lot of difference in our ages, but that didn't keep us from having a special relationship. You now are in Heaven with our loving parents and other family members and I know that one day we will all be together again as one big, happy family! I love you and miss you still.

CrossReverend Jessie James Williams
By Anonymous
We love u from your nieces, nephews, cousins, sisters, friends, and family..

Cross Joseph Del Williams Nov.18-1993 - Mar. 7-1995
By Gerald, Denise, & Jerrica Williams, Paducah, KY
You are a special baby boy to us. You have a smile that warmed the hearts of people who love you. We are so thankful for the 15 months we had with you. You touched many lives in your short time here with us and we know, one day, we will be with you again. You will never leave our hearts. With empty hearts, we miss you Joey!

CrossKenny Williams
By Krystle Baranousky, Wilkes Barre, PA
You touched my life in such a special way. Every moment we spend together I will hold in my heart forever. You are my love of a lifetime. At 17, you still had the world head of you. You brought joy to everyone you spoke too. Your personality really made an impact on many lives, including my own. You made me know the meaning of true love, you taught me it is ok to open up to somone. I know you are my soul mate, I knew the moment I spoke to you. Our memories I will cherish forever. I feel like falling apart, but I know that is not what u want, you'd tell me "Baby don't cry" I have to keep my head up and stay strong. Like Tupac says, who we would listen to every day.. I miss you Kenny MADD LOVE ALWAYZ.. RIP Baby Boy...
Forever Lovin You,
your "shordy" 4ever, Krystle Baranousky

Cross Tommie Williams Jr. 111 (Buffi) (1970 - 1995)
By Tina Barlow, Waco, Texas
Buffi, We miss you more and more as the days pass. You will never be forgotten. Rest in peace in the sweet loving arms of our savior Jesus Christ. Enjoy the beauty of your new home. Remembering you Always. Camilla, Dub, Tina and Ena

CrossKathy Willis
By Tammy Fossland, Houston, TX USA
Mom, after all you went through during your short few years, we can't help but wish that we had shown you more love and been there for you more. We still miss you tremedously and there will always be a void in our lives until we meet again.

A Poem for Momma
It's been more than a year now since you went away
We still miss you more than a little each day
We think about your sweet, special smile
and it takes us back in time
If only for a little while.

We think about all the love we shared
and all the times you showed us how much you cared
Maybe we didn't tell you how much we loved you then
And if we could turn back time
We'd tell you over and over again.

It's the holiday season now
That's when we miss you the most
Though we know you're safe now
with the Heavenly Host

That doesn't stop the pain or the tears
For the holidays are the hardest time of the year.

Rest in Peace Momma and know that you will never be forgotten
Always, Your daughter, Tammy

CrossKenneth T. Willis (K.T.)
By Thomasina Willis, Glen Burnie, MD USA
My son, I miss you, we all miss you very much. We know you are watching over us and that we will see each other again.

Flowers Rose Marie "Rosie" Wilson
By Elaine Ewald, Corpus Christi, TX
Rosie, I can't believe it has been 3 years since you were taken from us. I miss you all the time. I am sorry that my children will never know the love you had for my sisters and I. It makes me sad that you will never see them. A lot has changed in the last 3 years now have 2 beautiful boys that you would just love. I miss you. We all do all of "your girls". Keep smiling down on us I hope you are proud of me.

Cross Rose Marie "Rosie" Wilson
By Linda Gialouris, Corpus Christi, TX
Your birthday was yesterday. We all thought about you and what it would have been like if you were here. A lot has changed since you've been gone. Elaine has two boys of her own. You would really love them - they are so cute! Stephanie's son Dimos is now 8 and so smart. Now he's a big brother too - she had a baby girl about 6 wks ago. They named her Valerie. Catherine had a baby girl just a couple of wks ago. Yeah, my baby had a baby! (Your baby had a baby!!) Catherine named her baby Isabella Rose. The Rose is for you, Rosie. We have not forgotten, nor will we ever forget. We miss you,
Linda, Elaine, Stephanie and Catherine Gialouris

Cross Rose Marie "Rosie" Wilson
By Linda Gialouris and daughters Elaine Ewald, Stephanie and Catherine Gialouris, Corpus Christi, TX
One Year Anniversary February 9, 2006

You never said I am leaving.
You never said goodbye.
You were gone before we knew it
and only God knows why.
A million times we needed you,
a million times we cried.
If love alone would have saved you,
you never would have died.
In life we loved you dearly, in death we love you still.
In our hearts you hold a place that know one could ever fill.
It broke our hearts to lose you but you didn't go alone.
For part of us went with you the day God took you home.

We Miss You Rosie,
Linda Gialouris and daughters Elaine Ewald, Stephanie and Catherine Gialouris

Cross Rose Marie "Rosie" Wilson
By Linda Gialouris, Corpus Christi, Texas
Rosie, I should have thanked you for raising my children. Thank you for taking care of them as if they were your own. Your sudden death has left a giant hole in all our lives. Your girls love and miss you. You're gone, but never forgotten...Rest in Peace. 03/10/65 -- 02/09/05

Flower VaseTiffaney Turner Wilson
By Vicky Mitchum, Graniteville, SC USA
My sister Tiffaney Turner Wilson was murdered in December of 99. We laid her to rest on January 1, 2000. God only takes the best and now my sister is in heaven with him. She has a 10 month old daughter (she was 3 months when she was murdered) And I know she is watching from up above and I just want to let her know how much she is loved and missed. We love you Tiff. You may be gone but you will never be forgotten. Love, Your Dad & Mom (Patty), Grandma Grace, Judy, David, Mike, Vicky, Rebecca, Patricia, Boonie & most important Your daughter Kaitlyn //Tiffaney's birthday 12-8-81 // died 12-4-99

CrossAnner Dee Windham
By Kay DeSoto, Joaquin, TX USA
May 3, 1916-October 14, 1997. Dear Mama I miss you so much. It will be three years this week and you are always on my mind. I know you are looking down from heaven on us. What do you think of our little Sara Elizabeth. Someday you will get to meet her. I Love You and Miss You so much Mama. Your daughter, Kay

CrossDorothy Winters
By Melissa Ross, Grand Rapids, MI USA
You are not only my Grandmother, but a good friend also, I miss you so much. I know that you are happy to be serving your Lord right now, but sometimes I can't help wish you were here with me. Your faith in God is what is helping me try to find mine. I love you Grams.

Love, Missy

Flower VaseMary Winston
By Truman, Oxford, NC USA
Love from Son

CrossGregg W. Winters
By Sara Wilson, Muncie, IN USA
I was the Muncie Police Dispatcher that dispatched the call that Gregg lost his life on. He was shot on Dec. 28, 1990. He died on January 8, 1991 in the line of duty while making a public intox arrest. He was just approaching the Delaware County Jail when the prisoner shot him in the back of the head. He left behind a very loving family. A wife, young sons, his parents and a brother Terry, who is still on the Mucnie Police Dept. as Deputy Chief. Not a day goes by that I don't think of Gregg, his wife and children, his parents, and the Police Officer that was his partner at the time. Patrolman Kirk Mace. Such a needless, useless act. God Speed to his family, friends and all the officers of the Muncie Police Dept., and Police Officers everywhere.

Cross Daniel L. Wisner
By Anthony Wisner, Fair Oaks, CA
Dan left us some 15 years ago, you are missed as much today as then. Love, Your Family

CrossDenzil Gene & Wilma Ferne Wise
By Jessica Wheatley, Cambria, IL USA
I miss you both, But I know you are happy once more in heaven above. I Love You!!!

CrossPaul Witter
By Brandon Schnese, Appleton, WI USA
Paul was 16 and died after a 9 month battle with cancer On September 4, 1999 Paul Witter was truly an inspriration to every person who life he touched. We will always remember his sense of humor, strength and courage. Memories of Paul will remain in our hearts forever.

CrossCarlton D. (Woodie) 1917 - 2000 and Thelma J. (Jean) Woodell (1919-1998)
By Nancy Woodell
Dear Dad and Mom: I miss you both so much. I wish you were here now, but I know you are watching over me from Heaven above. You both gave so much and asked for little in return. Dad, you served your country during WWII for 23 years, and Mom was right behind you following from Post to Post. You made many friends. Dad, you saved many lives. I love you both so much, and wish there was something more I could have done when you were living. I pray to see you both when the Lord calls me home. God Bless you both.

CrossLeon A. Woodruff, Jr.
By Pattti Springer, Secane, PA USA
This poem I read at my grandfather's funeral. I love you Pop!

I'm Free
Don't grieve for me, for now I'm free.
I'm following the pattern God has laid you see.
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 found that peace at the close of the day.

If my parting has left a void, then fill it with remembered joys.
A friendship shared, a laugh, a kiss,
Oh yes, these things I too will miss.

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

Perhaps my time seemed all too brief.
Don't lengthen it now with undue grief,
lift up your hearts and peace to thee.
God wanted me now; He set me free.

Cross Theresa "Tweet" Woodrum
By Melinda Mitchell, Roxbury, Mass
To this day I think about u. and how much we lost the day God called you home. We miss your presence your smile.. Most of all I miss the friendship we shared. Tweet, you were taken from us too soon. But you will never be forgotten! You will forever live in our Our Daughter…Our Sister.. A Mother... But most of all My Friend! R.I.P. Theresa "Tweet" Woodrum January 26,1973 - September 16,08

CrossJames T Woolly Sr 7 oct 1926-27 nov 1998
By James T. Woolly Jr., Midwest City, OK USA
Dad it has been just over two years since you passed. I find myself thinking about you every day. It really hurts, the missing you. It seams like we never did have enough time to say the things I wish we could have said. You always said yoy were going to beat the cause of your death but in the end a.l.s. did win. Everyone misses you very much. See you we get to heaven. Till then...

Cross Michael Joseph Woolly
By James T Woolly Jr, Midwest City, OK
Michael will be missed by all who knew him; his beautiful words. I don't know if you believe me, my minds as clear as the deep blue sea. I travel alone forever it seems, I wish I were there in the land of dreams. No fear, no hate, no definite fate, just dreams. I love to watch the evening sky, under the stars I like to lie. I wish I could leave, I dream I can fly, away I go soaring, like an eagle so high. I'll fall like a raindrop carried by the wind, I hope this dream will never end...

Flower VaseMary & HM Woolworth
By Carl Woolworth, Kentwood, MI, USA
Most wonderful Parents I could have ever had. Thank The Lord for them.

FlowersPatricia Ann Weaver Workman
By Connie Hilton, San Pablo, CA USA
For my loving Sister who went to Heaven at the age of 51. On May-31-99 She was my Sister and best Friend. A Loving Daughter, Wife And Mother. I miss her and love her and she will always be in my heart. Pat We Love you and miss you so much. I know you and Linda are together again. and untill we are all together again. we love you. Mom and Connie

CrossRichard Wozniak
By Roseanne Wozniak, Lansing, IL USA
In memory of my husband, best friend and joy of my life. I miss you more with each passing day. I hope and pray you are safe and happy. See you soon. Your Loving Wife.

CrossMichael Lee "Tink" Wright
By Tracy A. Bales, Nicholson, GA USA
My lover, my friend, my true companion, I miss you ever so much. You left me so unexpectedly and I am deeply saddened with your sudden departure. I will always remember you for the loving person you are and truly thank you for giving so much and not ever getting your fair share in return. You shall live on thru your children and thru the handcrafted gifts you passed along to those who were most special to you. My heart is empty without you and I look forward to the day when we shall meet again. I love you tink!!!!!!

Flowers Betty Wyatt
By Robin Johnson, Spartanburg, SC
This memory is for my mother who lost her battle with Lymphoma on December 13, 2008. She was 69. She was a very vibrant lady and we will always have fond memories of all the years we we're so fortunate to spend with her. I thank God everyday that moma did'nt suffer long. She was ready to be with God and her grandson, Alan (who had died six months earlier).
Moma, We love and miss you so much,
Robin, Amy and Ashley and family

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Flower VaseMatthew "Matt" Wyatt
By Meredith Wyatt, Matthews, NC
My brother, Matthew, commited suicide at seventeen years old on January 27, 1999. Matthew you are forever missed by your family and friends!!!! We will see you again in heaven someday. I love you.

CrossJoyce Kay (Somers) Wynn
By Jeremy
Joyce Wynn lost the battle with cancer on December 21, 1998, Joyce was a wonder friend to have. She had the most beautiful smile. You are loved and will be missed deeply and we will meet again some day... love always.
Joyce Kay (Somers) Wynn Born June 29, 1957
Met her maker on December 21, 1998.

Flowers Lida Yadegar
By A Angel Friend JM Dobbs Vizarreta, Los Angeles, CA

Lida Yadegar died on October 19th 2007
Wife to Behzad Yadegar of 29 years.

Mother to Sam, Rambod Yadegar.

Roses are Red,
Violets are you,
You have made a difference in everyones life.
May your memory live on forever.
Someday we will all be with you.

Created by A Beautiful Angel Ben;s, Behzad Best Friend JM Dobbs Vizarreta.

Lida I just want to say I did not know you. I heard beautiful stories from your husband Behzad that he loved you, still does, I want you Lida to always be in his heart, and part of his life. He is grieving you Lida, Please help him through this. Help him see that I only have his best interest at heart. He can trust me, as his friend. Thank you Lida. I look forward to someday meeting you in heaven.

CrossMary Yockey
By Katie Yockey, Sheboygan, WI USA
In loving memory of my mother, who passed away Jan 22, 1997 after a lengthy battle with pulminary fibrosis. She was an inspiration to everyone that knew her. I have also placed many of mom's writings on my web page im her memory, you can visit it at

God saw that she was getting tired;
And a cure was not to be;
So He put His arms around her;
And whispered come with me.
With tearful eyes we watched her suffer;
And saw her fade away;
Although we loved her deeply,
we could not make her stay.
A golden heart stooed beating;
Hardworking hands to rest,
God broke our hearts to prove to us
He only takes the best.

CrossAlbert T.J. Young
By Diana M. Lozano, Corona, CA USA
Master Sergant, United States Army, and member of the Coast Guard. -- Born 2/9/1919 passed away 2/16/1978. I was only 11 years old when you left this earth and I can still remember the loss I felt as if it was yesterday. I was a daddy's girl and I loved every minute of it. I'm sorry you could not walk me down the isle when I got married, or been there to hold my daughter Christina when she was born, but I know you were there in spirit and I will always keep my daddy in my heart. I love you dad and thank you for always watching over me. I miss you! - Your daughter Diana

FlowersJoan Marie Young
By Sherry Fisher, Mt. Airy, Maryland
Mom, your strength and courage made me who I am today. When your were battling cancer it showed. May you rest in peace now and also may you dance on heavens floor. My love for you will always be with me and my heart will always have a void. Mom I love you and miss you so very much. Joan Marie Young died December 12, 2000, and will never be forgotten.

Cross Kenneth Ray Zellers (AKA Kenny Ray)
By Deborah Kilpatrick, Banks, Alabama
11/23/71 - 12/5/08
In loving memory of a wonderful man who is missed by all of us that loved him. He was like a shinning star that brightened our lives with his unselfish love. There isn't a day that goes by he is not thought of and our memories of him we will always cherish. Kenny Ray will never be forgotten as long as we live. May he Rest in Peace and our love will always be with him.

CrossPatricia Zendler
By Jeanine, Dumont, NJ
Aunt Pat, I was so young when you were taken from this earth to a most peaceful place. I think of you everyday. The pain that you went through seems unbearable. That same pain makes me realize the things that I encounter are never that bad. You were like a second mother to me. I miss you so very much. I talk to you as much as I can I just feel sometime that you never hear me. You battle with diabetes was long and painful but you never gave up. I will never give up in anything because of that. I hope to see you once again when we are brought together. Please hear my prayers and watch over me. I Love you and miss you.. Jeanine..

CrossRonald Raymond Zerance, Jr.
By Cheryl Zerance, New Cumberland, PA USA
My Precious Baby Boy - My Son, My Blood, My Breath, My Life - taken from me on April 16th, 1998. I love you Ronnie, more than life itself. If I could be with you, I would. If I could change places with you, I would. I would do anything to have you with me. I Love you Ronnie, with all of my heart. God, please take care of my son until I am with him again.

CrossDarwin Zevnik
By Joyce Gardner Zevnik, Peoria, IL USA
Thank you for all the happiness you've given me, for your love, for our children, for the extended family you gave this only child. I thank you for the life we had together and the life I look forward to when we are together again. Rest peacefully my dear. I love you. - Joyce

Cross Midaris Zlu
By Ladia Jones, Detroit, Michigan
Midaris, I love you and you are missed but I know I will see you again on that great day. I thank God that you were my big sister and that you were there to touch and influence my life. You were the best big sister ever.

CrossMatthew Allen Zubovic
By Judy Zubovic, Morehead City, NC USA
Matthew fought a brave fight for 23 years but Cystic Fibrious won. We lost one of our most treasured prizes in Nov of 97. Life will never be the same and we will always have a hole in our hearts.

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