Dear Mary Lou and Diane:
Very sorry to hear about your Mom. Your Mom and I go back along ways. We lived across the street from one another, attended grade school together and went on to graduating from Humboldt High School in 1945. We have had many wonderful times together. Even though our adult life was separated by many miles, we remained close friends never missing a birthday greeting. I will surely miss her, but will cherish the beautiful memories of our good times together. Your Mom was a wonderful person and very proud of her daughters. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this very sad time.
I WILL NEVER FORGET YOU LOU. REST IN PEACE GOOD FRIEND.
My heartfelt condolences go out to you and your family during this time. May happy memories replace your tears with smiles.
I am so glad that you and Diane were able to spend so much time with her before she went to heaven. She knew she was very much loved.
Dear Diane & MaryLou,
We are so sorry for your loss. Lou was such a character, with a quick sense of humor we will never forget. We hope you remember all of the love and pride she had for you. We are sorry we won't be there tomorrow. Everything is shut down up here today in a blizzard being called a 24 hour "Rochester Fury." It is enough snow to make a Minnesota girl like Lou proud.
All our love. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
Lisa, Mike, Gabrielle and Shira
Dear MaryLou and Diane,
It was a true pleasure to have been able to spend time with Lou. Treasure your memories!
Loving thoughts sent to you both!