I am humbled and honored to have helped you through this journey with your mom. Peace to you and your family!
It was wonderful learning about your mother's story. Thank you for sharing with our AgeWise class the powerful work you do.
I cannot imagine how difficult it was for Jimmy to write his mom's obit. It told me so many things I did not know about Sue. We were cousins, but apart for so many years while she was nourishing her family. Sue and Jim raised 3 wonderful children. Sue was what every mother should be. Her family was her life. It shows in Jim and all of the children. Sue was a gracious lady, like Jim said, she could have been a queen. I am so glad that we became close in the last few years. I will really miss her e-mails and talks on the phone. I wish we had lived closer so we could have visited more. I think that maybe her oak tree will flourish now. I know heaven is a more beautiful place with her beautiful smiles. May God bless each of you.
Beautiful story about your mother Jim III. My sympathies to you and your family on your loss.
Col (ret) Madonna Nuce Colorado ARNG
A very beautiful example of how we should all strive to live our lives. What a beautiful, and loving person. I was honored to meet Sue on two very special occasions---her son Jim's book signing events for OBIT and FINAL SALUTE. It was evident what a special Mother Sue was by her sincere joy and happiness for her son!
Jim wrote such a precious piece about this special lady. She is truely a beautiful person. Thank you, Jim, for sharing your Mother with all of us.
Our sincere sympathies go out to you and your family. From Colorado, The Wickham Family (LTC Wick aka Barbara, John Shane and Blake)