Annie G. Mathews, "Bunny Barter"
My deepest sorrow and tears to the family of the deceased. May these words bring you hope and consolation: "...Hear the promise God has made: He will call; the dead will answer. They shall live at his command. For he has a longing for the work of his own hand..."
See John 14: 13-15, John 6: 40; 11: 11, 43; Jas. 4: 14
I will miss Aunt Bunny dearly. She was so much fun. Never a dull moment! I looked up to her. I loved talking to her about her nursing career. She inspired me to become a nurse myself. I wish I could have made it to her service. Sending prayers!
Miss Bunny will be missed by all of her friends on Thornhill Drive. we all loved to see Miss Bunny riding up and down the street in her VW Rabbit always waving, smiling, and talking to all the neighbors. A really wonderful lady. Thoughts and prayers to the family. The Clarke and Andrews Families of Thornhill Drive and St. Pius X Church
I wish to extend my sympathy to Mary Ann and the family on the death of Bunny. I am not able to attend the Wake/Funeral but we are praying for all of you at Convent of Mercy.Sr. Mary Robert,RSM
I have many fond memories of Miss Bunny. She called me last year and we had a great talk about old times in the neighborhood. What a full life she has led!
Brenda Bjorklund Bigelow