Dear Rick and Simon,
I was sorry to hear of your loss. I just had surgery and was not physically able to attend Rosemary's funeral. I remember Rosemary's quiet, sweet personality and know that you loved her immensely. I wish I could un-break your hearts. I will keep you in my prayers.
Your cousin, Sally
Mrs. Bogigian was my teacher for a Family Life class at Southport High School. She was one of my all-time favorite teachers as her teaching style was to talk with her students instead of talking at her students. Very personable & down to earth.
I just learned of Mrs. Bogigian's death. I took her Boy's Food class my senior year. It was one of my favorite classes and she was one of favorite teachers.
Rick, Marian and I are just back this afternoon from a week's trip to Marian's hometown in South Dakota. We say our condolences to you and your family.
Remember the good times in southern Ind. What a blessing that Rick has been to her. Sorry we can not be there for you. We will keep you in our prayers. Denny and Ella Inman
Rick -We may be far away, but you're close in our thoughts. Our sincere condolences on your loss of Rosemary. Betsy & Jim Berry
Darlene called us earlier today - so sorry for you all. Although our families weren't close, I still remember Rosemary as a beautiful young teen ager. Ken and I are not in good health and will be unable to make the viewing - our driving is very limited. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family during this difficult time.
Ken and Joann Parr
Rick, I was so sorry to hear of Rosemary's passing, but know that you shared her love and care through the debilitating illness. Prayers for you and your family, Kaye Hirt Eggleston (Fairview Presbyterian Church)
Dear Larry, Darlene, Tony
We just learned of your loss. It is hard to say good-bye to a sibling. We have done this too. You will be in our prayers, we love you all.
Fred & Phyllis Fender