Julie, Linda, Sandy & Nym
I was so sorry to read about the passing of your Mother in yesterday&s paper. Losing a parent is extremely difficult. I have many fond memories of your mom, Pam and the times I spent at your home. She probably didn&t need or want another ""kid"" hanging around (and I was there a lot) but she always made me feel welcome. I remember sitting at her kitchen table talking, laughing and just having a good time with her. I think she enjoyed our silly jokes as much as we did.
You, your family, your siblings and your dear dad will be in my thoughts and prayers these next couple of days and in the difficult days ahead.
Peace and Comfort,
Gail Bone McCormick
Sincere sympathy to you and your family. May you find comfort in the days ahead knowing that your mother is safe in the arms of our Heavenly Father. May PEACE surround all as you feel his love and cherish your loving memories.
It&s been a little over a year since I visited Lafayette since the passing of both of my parents, but I always made a point to come and visit her and Jack when I came into town.
I never viewed Jane as a friend, but as an extended family member. I have such fond memories growing up with Jane in my life. From when I was five years old until now. I use to run to Jane and Jacks house every day as a kid. I remember going to Arnis for lunch, bowling, bingo, and The American Legion outings. Jane would baby sit me when my Mother worked and I watched her pack Jacks lunch at dinner time and making him a pot of coffee for his thermos (Jack worked night shift at Sears). Jane was such a nurturing woman.
My memories of Jane will never fade as she has a piece of my heart. I know this time is very difficult for you all. Please remember all the good times that you had together. How blessed you are to have such a beautiful soul in your lives. God blessed you with an Angel for many years. Love to you all!
Missy (Gellenbeck) Domina
I am so sorry to hear that Aunt Jane&s long and courageous battle with her health has ended. I have so many fond memories of growing up with the all of us at the table of your house, backyard, garage, etc.. I will always remember how Aunt Jane would try to defuse so many points of view from the kitchen sink. I hope you can find comfort in the many special memories and the thought of the happy years you shared.
I will miss Aunt Jane.
With Love and Respect.
Take care of each other.