I miss you everyday. It is hard knowing I won't see you this summer. We all expected you would be coming to Michigan to spend time with us as you often did. My family loved our time with you. This summer will not be as bright. Carlie and Austin are so blessed to have known their Great-Grandmother so well. Like everyone else, you enriched their lives. They miss you, too.
Our shared birthday, June 17th, will be a sad time for me this year, my first one alone. I will be thinking of you and all we've shared.
When I see your name in my phone and realize you are not at the other end to answer anymore, it hurts. I hope you still hear me because I do talk to you and believe I can feel you close.
Love you with all my heart! I'll be talking to ya. Bye for now,
Muriel was a true and faithful friend to Lou and I. Living across the street from her was in God's plan for our lives. We shared our different faiths and strengthened each other in joys and sorrows.
Muriel helped us search for a home which led us to her sister Nancy's home and eventually we found a home.
Muriel was a Jill of all trades. One of her attributes was her zeal of encouragement to all who had the littlest desire to plan an instrument.
May you rest in the arms of Jesus Muriel.
The sweet memories I have of her and the whole family growing up. It was so wonderful to see her at the Hanley re-union. Barb,Chris and I send our thoughts and prayers to you all.
Billy and I will miss seeing you in the summer. You will be missed and always remembered.
Sending Love to all of Chick and Muriel's family. Muriel was a fun, genuine, entertaining woman. We were so fortunate to get to talk with her at Bobby's graduation. We hope you find comfort in knowing your lives have been enriched by having shared her love. She is still with you in every act, thought and decision of your lives.
Love to you,
Craig and Kathi