I remember the trip I went on to Crooked Island with your parents - and spending many days at their place at Casa de Aero when I was young. Since I was bored there (as a child) I would always play with her cats! I always loved both of your parents - so happy and fun they were. I'm so sad they are gone and so sorry for your loss.
May your memories of the wonderful times you shared with your loved one comfort you and your family, today and always.
Pat was kind in all her ways. She was full of grace. She always had a smile and a pleasant hello. She introduced me to her favorite game Rumikub and now I play it everyday, I love it too. She was a sharp lady and hard to beat. Monday's were our neighborhood card day, The Ladies of Marengo Ridge, we shared good food,laughs and love. I will miss your mother and loved her very much. In our neighborhood she will be hard to replace.
My Deepest Sympathy,
(I live across the street from her and planted her flowers for her when she couldn't)
Jim: so sorry to read about the loss of your Mom. May your fond memories of her help you through this difficult time. You and yours are in my thoughts and prayers.
Janet Rose (formerly Carnie)
& Doug Rose
Port Charlotte, Florida
Dear Finefield Family:
My husband Mel and I knew your parents well. We were all avid pilots and knew Paul and Pat from the Landings Airport in Huntley. Many summers ago we use to fly into Keokuk, Ia. for the air race activities. Such fun. We remember Paul and Pat from Casa de Aero.