Dear Girls, I haven't seen you since you were about 4 and 6, in Fort Worth. Your mother was one of my dearest friends when we were in high school. The last time I saw her was at Bill Frost's Memorial service in May. She was a lovely and sweet person, and even though I didn't see her often, I was glad she was in the world! I am so sorry you lost her, but at least her death was quick and painless. Please know that my memories of her are sweet! Love to you and your children. She enjoyed Phyllis's boys so much!Lynn Terrell Gafford
Dear Karen and Phyllis,we were sadden to hear of the loss of your mother. We always enjoyed cheering at the Westfield Girls Basketball games together. Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Karen and Phyllis, I knew your mom all through high school. We were in the same carpool. Tonight a group of high school "ya ya"s are meeting and will enjoy telling many stories about slumber parties at your mom;s house. I wish you both the strength to walk through the next few months. I sure your faith will carry you. Love from a voice from the past. Karen Haun Barlow
Dear Karen, Phyllis, and family, I am deeply saddened by your mother's death. Her many contributions to the College of Education's Advisory Council at at Texas A&M made a positive difference in the lives of many and she always brought such a positive spirit to the meetings. We will miss her.
A truly wonderful person I enjoyed her visits to have her car serviced for I knew she would have the latest updates on her grandsons baseball careers. She loved her family and i know they will miss her. She was a good friend and wonderful soul.