Miss you every day, mom. Know you're with daddy now and happy. Took Logan to the beach yesterday and I remembered all those summer weeks at the Bay. How you hated the sand and would hose us off before being allowed in the house! Hot, gritty tuna fish sandwiches and Hawaiian punch lunches. What a trooper you were to drag us all down there to 59th place and free swimming lessons to make sure we could all swim. Thank you for that and for so many other things. Love you.
Just heard about Pat, she was my Aunt Jeanne's dearest friend, they shared a lot growing up. I always remember Pat's Mother, Mary who sang at my wedding. Prayers and thoughts are with you.
So sorry to hear of your loss. You're in my thoughts now and in the days to come.
My memories of my Aunt Pat are always accompanied by her gentle laughter, her substitute maple syrup of white sugar and butter on waffles, gritty sand in the back seat of the station wagon on the way home from the bay, and her warm smile. I know she is totally filled with Peace and Joy now, and I wish the same for her precious family. Peggy Wollmershauser, Tulsa
Here's to you kiddo! Always loved her laugh. Great pictures of two of the "Greatest generation." Our love, Kelly and Denise