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April 23, 2014
Aunt Libby,
You were always a special person to me, You could make me laugh with your sayings and the great thoughts you always gave. I will always remeber you adn how you thought I was good fo rthe family. YOU WERE AND ARE A SPECIAL PERSON. to anyone that knew you I love you..always will.
April 22, 2014
Dear Libby....you will always be remembered in my heart. You were the one that told me about the "Green Thumb" program for older workers and even provided my transportation for a couple of years. It was wonderful having you as a neighbor for 21 yrs when I still lived in MD> You'll always have a place in my heart.
April 19, 2014
Until the end of my days, I will always be able to hear the "Ooooooh!" that always began and ended many of Aunt Lib's sentences. She used it like punctuation in a conversation, and it's what will keep me laughing whenever I think of her. My fondest memories of her are from the week she, mom, Aunt Janice and Grand-mom rode the train out to come see me in California. I'll never forget the fuss she made when she realized the stretch limo sitting in front of the train station was for them...or the excitement on her face when we finally got in the doors of the studio to see The Price Is Right. You will be missed, you sassy woman, you!
April 18, 2014
I love and will miss you more than words can say. Please watch over us and give us a sign that you are still right here in our hearts.
April 18, 2014
Aunt Lib was a sweet, loving, beautiful person. I loved hearing her stories about growing up in Newberry and her life in Italy with Uncle Andy. She loved making people laugh. She enjoyed a good, intelligent political discussion and had very strong opinions about certain politicians. She loved to sing, especially harmonizing with Aunt Dot. I miss their Christmas carols every year at Mom's. And, boy, could she dance!! Love you Aunt Lib! Fly high with the angels!
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