Grandma, I know you are with our family, and I thank you so much for all you have done for us. But mostly, I want to thank you for never saying that I wasn't one of your grandchildren, you took me in like no one else has ever, never questioned me or anything, I think of dad, as my real dad, he is all I know, and I wouldn't change that for the world!! I am glad God blessed me to receive such a fantastic grandma like you and I miss you so much, it has been nearly 9 months, and there hasn't been a day gone by that I haven't thought of you! Becoming an RN is hard, but I am doing it, and everyday that I suffer, I know you are proud! I love you and miss you so much <3 See you when my day comes :) I LOVE YOU!!
Although I did not know her, I am sure your mother will be sorely missed by you and the rest of your family. My deepest condolences to all of you at this sorrowful time.
I knew Sue from Caldwell Presbyterian. She was a great person. Always friendly and faithful.
Godspeed to Sue's family. Sue was a blessing to me. May God comfort you, Sue, in the arms of His everlasting love.
Our thoughts and prayers are with "Aunt Susie's" family. If we can do anything let us know, we love you all.
Sue loved her Presbyterian School of Nursing Alumni and was a good worker in it over the years. She was a joy to be with and we loved her being at Homecoming each year. May the passage of time help to ease your grief and sorrow. She will be missed by our Alumni. Anne J. Miller, Class 1960.
As the days and weeks pass, and as you return to life's routine, may you continue to feel comforted by the love and support of family and friends.