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September 21, 2007
Im 11 and im reading a Biography about Lady Bird Johnson. I Almost cryed when I found out how she got Marryied.It is soooooooooo sweet.
September 21, 2007
My deepest sympathy to all the family. My daughter (Victoria) worked for Senator Robb in D.C.
She had met Mrs Johnson and spoke highly of her.
When I travel the highways I see the beauty. Thank-you Mrs Johnson
September 15, 2007
Words can not begin to express the loss felt with the passing of our beloved Lady Bird.
Can any of us every look out onto the highways, delighting in the bluebonnets or buttercups swaying in the wind and not stop to remember our Texas rose.
My first memeories of Miss Lady Bird like many my age was on a November night in 1963. I still see in her face the strength she gave her husband and all of us.
Her beautification of America commercials touched my heart.
Because of Miss Lady Bird I bacame interested in wildflowers and took up gardening. That love of working the ground and seeing the riches of the seed to plant has been passed on to my daughter Mary. Miss Lady Bird taught us so much the beauty of the land,about our world and protecting our earth.
She has touched my life in so many ways.
My sympathys go out to the family of Miss Lady Bird. She was our national treasure. We all loved her and we share your grief in her passing.
August 04, 2007
I believe we have seen the passing of an important legacy of the state of Texas and of our wonderful country. Lady Bird gifted us with an appreciation of beauty that will impact future generations. There is not a time when I work in my garden, look at a plant catalog, or travel that her desire to make the world a prettier place doesn't cross my mind. Her beautiful rose bush is in the Jackson-Perkins catalog I just received and I know it will be a lovely addition to my garden. I hope your memories are a comfort to you and that her impact on the world will be a lasting tribute to her inner beauty.
God bless you all,
Darlene Knight
July 28, 2007
I, too, find solace in nature. what a beautiful legacy she has left for others to enjoy.


In loving memory of a great lady and fellow Texan,

Peggy Herpeche Neal
(Born in Bonham Texas, Home of the Honorable Sam Rayburn)
July 25, 2007
Thank you for all you have done for the people of Texas. We are forever grateful for your dedication to the preservation and conservation of the natural beauty that now surrounds us on our highways and cities. My brother had the opportunity to work for you at the Wildflower Center and meet you in earlier times. God Bless you and your family.
July 24, 2007
My sincerest condolences to the family of Lady Bird JOhnson. Truly an icon in our nation's history, her legacy will live on for years to come. I am sad that these notices were posted after her death - I hope she knew when she was alive how deeply she touched so many strangers. My prayers are with you.
July 24, 2007
I was so sorry to hear of Lady Bird's passing. She was an elegant and grand lady who represented our country with grace and style. It was a nice knowing that I was born on her birthday.
July 24, 2007
Dear Family and Friends,

Please know that countless Americans are grieving with you today over the loss of Lady Bird Johnson. She was just larger than life, and what we saw in news broadcasts and documentaries was the real Lady Bird Johnson.

I was so very impressed with all the family members who participated in the services for Mrs Johnson. Each service was so well planned and uplifting. I know that each family member will have an empty spot in their hearts for quite a long time. The main thing to remember is that no one can ever take away your precious memories of your "Nini".

Mrs Johnson was such a special person, and she touched each and everyone of our lives. Rest in peace Mrs Johnson, and may you know just how much you were loved by everyone.

Most sincerely and in Christian Symathy,

Carolyn Gunn
July 23, 2007
With Deepest Sympathy!

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