Dear mom I just returned yesterday from a trip to Israel. If there is any place in the world I could have taken you, this would have been the place, you would have loved it. You knew so much about the Bible that, it would have really brought it alive to you. I hope to gain that knowledge with time. I can still picture you reading your Bible and praying before you went to sleep each night. Thank you for that legacy you and daddy left me. I love you and miss your sweet smile.
Dear mom we celebrated your birthday a year ago today. I just returned from a trip to Israel. If there was anywhere in the world I could have taken you- this would have been the place. You would have loved it and understood so much about it that I have yet learn- especially how it related to Jesus. I love you and miss your sweet smile I will see you again one day. Ruth
I loved you Grandma Nita, and I will miss you so very much. In the short time that I knew you, you brought me so much joy, and helped me in m ore ways than you probably realized. Thank you for everything you did for me and may God embrace you each and every day. Say hello to my papa for me.
Nita, You provided a safe haven for countless family and friends with a welcome and with out limit your hospitality extended for as long as was needed. True to your Bible teachings with out words and by example you gave testimony of a life well lived. ThankYou for your acceptance and love to me and all of my family .Our visits to you from Calif. hold special memories . Love Irene
We will miss you, love you Charlie Gallegos
Dear Aunt Nita,
I will forever carry your laughter in my heart stored away with all my other special memories. I shall cherish the moments and the conversations we shared across your kitchen table so long ago. But, I will especially store away in my memory book those early Christmas when I was in grade school and the fun that we always shared. I can hear you, Tia Aurelia, Tia Mage and Tio Kiko laughing just like I remember when you used to sit and share stories at Grandmother's yellow kitchen table. God Bless you, Jo Ann