Hi Mom!! I just wanted to wish you a happy 4th of July. I love you and REALLY miss you. Love, Raynette
HAPPY 86th. BIRTHDAY MOM!!!!
Mom, Happy Birthday on June 3rd. I'm sure you will have a wonderful party. We all miss you. Love you always, Raynette
My internet was down so I missed Mother's Day. Not the same, never will be. Forever in my heart. Love, Raynette
Hi Fuzzy! I think about you often and wanted to wish you a (early) Happy Birthday in heaven! I miss and love you so much!!
Mom, today is 1 year since you've left us for now. Always in my heart. Love, Raynette
Happy Easter, Mom! Tomorrow will be one year since you've been gone. I really miss you, my best friend. Love, Raynette
Happy New Year!! Love, Raynette
Merry Christmas, Mother! I set a candle at the table for you. Love You Always, Raynette
Happy Thanksgiving! Everyone misses you. Today is not the same. Love and miss you! Raynette
Hi, Mom! I miss you and our mother/daughter vacations.
HAPPY 4TH. OF JULY!! Love You & Miss You! Raynette
Happy 85th Birthday! I love you and miss you very much.
Raynette and familiy, I have some of my earliest memories of growing up in Lodi with Reva in them! She was the nicest, most pleasant person who practically rushed to help even a little kid out at the bowling alley. As the years went by she always had a kind word for everyone around her. that never changed even in her later years. She was loved and will be missed by many.
I was so sad when I heard of the passing of our dear Aunt Jeannie. We have many, many great memories though. I grew up in Tokay Bowl and she was always there! Of course that was just a small part that she played in our lives. I will miss her but what a wonderful contribution she has made to researching a cure to Parkinson's. My heart goes out to Reanette & Larry and Renea. Love to you all.
We were saddened to hear about Reva. She was a terrific lady and will be remembered fondly. We were friends for many years and will always remember her wonderful smile! Lyle and Betty
So sorry to hear of Fuzzy passing away. What a great Lady.. My mother Carol Geer just loved her and was an avid bowler as was I.. Momma left us in 2011. So her and Fuzzy are probably bowling up a storm in Heaven.. God bless all of you.. I just loved her.. and when tokay bowl closed she was the one I missed the most.. Nona Geer -Adams
I was so sorry to hear that "Fuzzy" has passed away. I played softball with her when I was 16 and the first city league was formed. Petite Beauty Salon didn't win many games in fact, we lost our first one 19-1, but she taught me so much about trying hard, that was success to her. She was one of the best I ever played with. Fuzzy, someday we will turn double plays again together. Much love and many prayers to your family.
A golden heart stopped beating!
I am very sad to hear of Fuzzy's passing! My heart, thoughts and prayers go out to the family.
Thank you Fuzzy for teaching me so much in life just by being you. I will cherish many memories...Tokay Bowl, racing and road trips, going to the casino (one of your favorites), UCSF and laughing so hard we would cry and couldn't catch our breath. You will forever be my grandma and I was always proud that you called me your granddaughter. I miss you and love you deeply!!
So sorry to hear of the loss of Reva. I will miss her beautiful smile and laughter, (even brought a few "Happy Tears" to her eyes), whenever I would play "Daddy Sang Bass" for her. She would always laugh when I had to do the "Mama Sang Tenor" part in a falsetto vocie. And if she thought that I was not going to perform that particular song, she would always get someone to ask me for it. I would never forget doing it for her, though.
I know that someone up in Heaven will sing it one more time for her.
God Bless you Reva, and your family....
Richard, (and my wife Leona) Freeman of "Roy's Brother's Band"
I practically grew up in the bowling alley and Fuzzy was an amazing part of my childhood and the memories I have there. She was a wonderful person and was loved by everyone that was lucky enough to know her.
Tiffani Law Butorovich
Raynette, Larry and Renea, I am so sorry to hear of Reva's passing. She was like a second Mama to me when I lived next door to them, many years ago. We shared all our meals together of which she would teach me how to cook. Then the wonderful memories of me and Reva watching old movies together while ironing. I was just a newly wed at the time so she taught me a lot! I still think of her many times through out the day. She was a lovely person and she will be missed!
Marie & Larry Mitchell
Reva was one of the leaders in my Blue
Bird group when I went to George Washington School. I have great memories of her.
May you find peace with the Lord. You taught me to bowl probably over 50 years ago. I will never forget how sweet you were and what fun bowling brought into my life. That's about all there was around here to do back then and it kept us all out of trouble. I never forgot your kindness and when I saw you later in life, I always felt bad. You had a special way with kids and you were a fun lady.
May you rest in peace and have fun bowling whenever you want !!
I hope Fuzzy will be happy and bowling her little self crazy. I am now 64 and I can still remember Fuzzy teaching me how to bowl. I wasn't too bad either!!! :-) You were an unforgetable LADY and I will always remember the fun that bowling and You brought into my life.
Rest In Peace pretty lady and Thank You for what you taught me.
Renea, I am so very sorry to hear that your Mother passed away. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
My sympathy goes out to Reva's family. I am the niece of Al & Jill Ochsner. My father was Leonard Bull who was Jill's brother. God bless all of the family members during this difficult time. I met Reva several times many years ago. It sounds like she truly enjoyed people which in itself is a gift.
Our Aunt Jeannie was love and cherished by the entire family. It is with a heavy heart that David and I heard the news from so far away. Our hearts go out to you all - Raynette and Larry and Renea... she will be missed.
It is with great sorrow to hear of the passing of Fuzzy, a dear a loving friend to my mother Dianne Case,and her children I have so many memories I could share, but the one that I loved so much was each year, at Christmas time we would take fuzzy around town, my mom, myself and my girls to look at the lights, "OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO" was said from her through out the ride always saying "that is the best one" we had to stop our fun time a few yrs back when mommas dementia got so bad, Fuzzy was and always will be, the pillar of love and laughter, warm heart and kind words to all who knew her..my deepest sympathy to her children, grandchildren and family..
You will always be remembered in my heart.The 7;30a.m. were great. will miss yuu