Denise, I will miss your sweet smile and bright eyes! I'm glad you are home, happy, and healthy now! I'll see you later!
It is with great sadness that I add my expression of love for the loss of my very compassionate friend. What a joy I felt as I played and sang with her. She went out of her way to uplift me and to support everyone around her. I remember she even came to visit me in the hospital when I suffered an ulcer and staph infection. Surely the Paradise of God is rejoicing over the homecoming of such a loving and giving person. May we who remain take strength from the example she set for us. She was such a blessing and much loved.
Denise, you may rest in final peace and comfort knowing your spirit will always be with us. I feel fortunate to have been acquainted with you if even for just a few passing moments.
I didn"t know Denise well. In fact was very fortunate to have met her the one time she came with Randy and friends to Friday night dulcimer class with Jim Fox. Music was played and stories told. I would say the world has lost one of it's best and sweetest and heaven has gained one. I know she will be missed. My heart goes out to her family, friends and Randy. It is always hardest on those left behind. Sherie Good
Unfortunately it's been a long time since I've gotten to see or speak to Denise. I am so sorry for all the pain and suffering she had to endure. I had the pleasure of singing next to her for a few years as part of the St. Joe Hill Guitar Group. Her voice was simply angelical. I know everyone up in heaven will thoroughly enjoy hearing it! Many blessings to her and the family.