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July 16, 2018

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May 12, 2016
I was privileged to know Becky through PEO. She was a warm and wonderful person who truly cared about others and showed that in all her actions. She will be greatly missed.
May 9, 2016
I am so sorry for your loss. I know you and your family are facing a difficult time right now. May the words of Jesus Christ found in gods word at (John 5:25-28) bring comfort to you and your family. My condolences.
May 7, 2016
These are some really random memories of your mother.
I remember when you lived on Dallas Drive. One year you had the coolest Christmas Tree I had ever seen. It was white with blue lights and blue bulbs.
This was also on Dallas Drive. One year you had an Indian girl living with you for the summer. I think her name was Doris. I remember Doris getting me in trouble but I don't remember the details. Your mother doing that must have made an impression on my mother because the next year we had Richard. I believe you had Doris at least two years in a row.
I remember visiting your mother's horses once. Maybe it was even at the Billings Saddle club because we had several extended family Thanksgivings there. It was at the Bushman's where I got kicked by one of their horses so I don't have very good memories of horses.
Jumping ahead many years I am oldest and first married. My wife's name is Debra. Grandma McDermott from the time she met Debbie to when she died always called her Becky. Debbie only had a chance to met Becky once but it was a very memorable and satisfying experience. Something they were both able to laugh about at the time.
Finally, it still brings tears to my eyes remembering the flowers (it was a green leafy plant) and especially the kind and generous note she sent for Duke's funeral.
May you find everlasting peace in the arms of our Savior. Joel McDermott
May 7, 2016