I didn't get to no you very much, although I've heard so many beautiful things about you. I wish I could of been able to no u more, I love u and you will always be in my heart, love always your great granddaughter Raven Dabill
Genevieve!! What a beautiful lady! She graced the dinner table at Betty Dare Center where she engaged friends with song and laughter. She will be missed by all who knew her!
My "lil one" you loved our French conversations and how I called you Genevieve in French, also!! Oh! how I loved you!!! You and I had so much fun and shared so much fun and love!! I am glad your spirit is free now--and with the Lord you love!! I love you my Genevie've!! love Yvette
So sorry for your loss. I will always remember her sweet, sweet smile
Our long conversations about life and religion and politics and everything under the sun will be very much missed.
I am comforted by the knowledge that you set at the feet of the creator learning the answers to all the mysteries that filled your youthful mind.
RIP Grandma. I will never forget your phone calls. Sir Walter Scott once said, "Death- the last sleep. No, the final awakening." It's so joyous to be in the presence of Jesus.
to my very much loved mother-in-law. I believe with all my heart that something precious happened in heaven early Thursday morning. Mom breathed her last breath. She found freedom from the old mortal body and this cold cruel world. Scripture says,"To be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord." I know I will see you again one day. Love Cindy