Words can't express the loss of your wife, mother grandmother and great grandmother. As life passes on the memories of your love one should be kept deep within your heart. Mr. Art Koenig may you Cherish those wonderful years that you and your wife shared together. Even though we only knew her a short time, she was very nice and well liked. We enjoyed knowing the both of you. She will be well missed by both of us. (MAY GOD GIVE YOU THE PEACE THAT YOU NEED) We will keep you in our Prayers. From: Your Former Tenants from 1991 thru 1994 at 18 Marilyn in Cahokia, Illinois
Anthony & La'Tesha Akins (618) 337-1858
We are truly sorry for your loss.Diana was a very spedial lady, to all that new her and she made a good impression on those who juse met her. She was very kind and loving and willing to heip when ever needed, until she got sick and even then she tried her best. But now she is with Heavenly Father, no more pain or fighting. She has won and is in a place of peace and happiness, although she will be sadly missed by all who knew and loved her, she will not be forgotten because her spirit will live on in the hearts of those who loved her. We will miss her at the moose and you all have our deepest sympathy and love. Your coworkers and friends at Bell Chapter 53. Chaplin, Sherye Riekenberg
Jane and all the Koenig's, please accept my sympathy on behalf of your old neighbors, the family of Tony and Madeline Mayer. Have vivid memories of watching your mom walk across the yard to your grandparents house. She always seemed so young and pretty! Those years have long past but the memories remain! We just buried my mom on April 2. Peace be with all of you!
With loving memories of Mom Diane! Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Ali and Kurt Morgenweck