Dear Karen and Gary,
I was thinking of your dear mother recently and what I remembered was that I was playing with Karen in the basement at about 10 years of age and your Mom was letting us use the woodburner and when I used it, I set it down on the ottoman and it burned a hole in the fabric and she said no big deal, that she could take some extra fabric from the bottom and repair the burn hole! She didn't get upset, or at least she didn't show it. It is funny what you do remember from so many growing up moments, but I remember her being very kind about that incident! I lost Mom is 2011 and it is very hard at first, but in time, you get to where you still miss them terribly, but you can remember and quote the funny things they said and did, and it does get easier in time. You just have to realize that she is back with her mother now. Mom had missed her dear mother for 18 years when she was reunited with her. That gave me great peace!
Melanie Riner Payne
So sorry to hear about your mom's passing. I will be praying for you during this difficult time.
Dear Gary and Karen,
Evelyn will always be remembered smiling and laughing with everyone especially when she walked arm in arm with Clarence. We are all blessed to have you and to have had Evelyn in our life. Praise the Lord we will see her again on That great gettin up morin when we all go home. Our prayers will continue to be with you and the family. Love you
Karen, we will not be able to come to the funeral but our prayer and thoughts will be with you and your brother. We love you and miss you at Bloomfield. So sorry for your loss.
Moms are so influential, especially those who love the Lord. Prayers & love Marie Lewis