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March 11, 2013
Granny,
It was a pleasure getting to know you and serve you whenever you came into the 81 Diner. I always looked forward to seeing you. You were a wonderful person, and no one will ever forget you or your smile. I'll miss seeing you at the diner. My sincere sympathies go out to her family. Rest easy Granny.
March 10, 2013
The people you lose do not want to see you suffer through that loss. There is no comfort in heaven over seeing our pain. What they want is for you to honor their memory, and to be grateful for the precious moments you shared with them. When the pain of grief hits hardest, perform an act of kindness in their memory. Love someone they loved, reach out, touch a heart in need and offer it up to them. Heaven will smile--- and the spirit of your loved one will reach out and embrace you. Your mother did a fantastic job of raising you all and may you all carry her spirit in your hearts.
Sherry and Gordy Stambaugh
March 10, 2013
May God wrap his arms around each of you and comfort you at this difficult time. You had a wonderful Mother with a beautiful smile. She never passed you by and never let you go without saying "I love you." All of you get along so well and helped so much. This truly shows you had a wonderful mother who brought you up with much love. You truly have a wonderful family....Love..Don & Dixie
March 10, 2013
Granny,
It's been a privilege to have known you for the past 8 years or so. You certainly were a unique individual with such spirit! From the first time I met you I felt as though you were just as much my grandmother as any of my biological grandmothers. I will always remember your spunk and your loyalty to your family...and the Dallas Cowboys. Don't worry, your Cadi will be taken good care of and I'm sure it will miss "Driving Miss Granny" around. "I'm 90 years old, that's pretty good!" We will all miss you tremendously but you have left us all with great memories and stories to tell for years to come. I love you. You will finally be reunited with the love of your life, have fun!
March 10, 2013
Granny, You are gone but not forgotten, May you rest in peace and fly among the angels... Until we meet again...
March 10, 2013
The Pohlman Family,our heartfelt thoughts are with you at this time.Granny was a fun loving person and was so blessed to have raised a very loving family along with your Dad.Her memories will keep her in everyone's heart.
With our Heartfelt Sympathy,
Elaine and Bobby Beard
March 10, 2013
I knew Granny most of my life, and I don't think I could have told you her actual name. I had only EVER heard her called two things, "Mom" and "Granny". I think that says more about who she was, as a person, than anything else. If you ever had the opportunity to meet her, hear her stories and share a laugh, you'd always remember "Granny". Geraldine was a wonderful person, but it's "Granny" that I'll never forget!
March 10, 2013
Grandma,

I'd like to pay tribute to your life. I have some very fond memories to share. You are the one who taught me to play rummy. As a kid, on the summer days when school was out of session, I enjoyed staying with you and playing cards, passing the time away. It's safe to say that we both didn't like losing, but we would laugh. I will never forget having to cross the road to get to the 81 Diner for lunch. You would grab my hand and tell me to run across. When we got there, you were “famous in your small town”, everyone knew you and said hello. In that moment, you loved to show off your granddaughter. You were always proud of your family, and I always admired you for that. I miss the times when we used to go on the front porch and swing and just watch the cars pass by. You would laugh at me when I got the truck drivers to honk their horns. We sure had some fun, especially the time when I took you to the mall and pushed you around in a wheelchair. I will remember you for your most delicious apple dumplings. You used to make them and we would both sneak a piece of the cinnamony dough. I couldn't wait until they baked and we would eat them. As I got older, your pride in me never faded. You were delighted to say that your granddaughters, Leah and Caitie, went to Penn State. You loved the Nittany Lions. And your Cowboys…watching them just won't be the same without you. I will miss sharing in the glory and the frustration. I will think of you each time I am at the cabin and know just how much you loved it there. Grandma, I thank you for leaving behind a legacy. Thank you for your 8 wonderful children, whom I call my aunts and uncles. Thank you for my dad. Thank you for maintaining such a close-knit family that will remain strong for the rest of our days. I love you and I can't wait to see you again. In the words of John Mellencamp, “So be careful with your heart and what you love, Make sure that it was sent from above”, YOU were sent from above.

Caitie
March 09, 2013
Joe and Family, Sorry to hear of your mothers death. She is now at peace. i loved her smile, she was such a pretty lady. prayers to all. wendy and jeff
March 09, 2013
Our thoughts and prayers are with the Pohlman family. She was a beautiful ray of sunshine to everyone. We met her at Nancy and Vince's summer picnic and always enjoyed talking with her. She is another shining star in the sky and will still light your way each night.

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