Ann, Richard and Abigail,
Words never seem to be enough when hearts are heavy - but while on your journey of healing - surround yourselves with the memories, photos, funny and endearing stories, and traditions your Mom/Grandma inspired.
Ann - your Mom raised a beautiful and loving daughter in you - her spirit of love, courage and resiliency shine so bright in you and all of us who are part of your life have all been blessed by those wonderful gifts she gave to you. I look forward to hearing more of the wonderful memories that have been stirred - and know you will carry on old and new traditions that will honor the strong bond of love inspired by your Mom and Dad.
We love you guys so much!
Gene, I remember your talking about your wife with me at Commonwealth. You were very proud of her. So sorry for your loss.
I am so sorry to hear about your loss. You and your beautiful Bride raised a strong and compassionate family and I know that your wife's love and spirit will continue to live on through you, your children and grandchildren. God bless you and give you comfort.
Susan I am so sorry.Your family are in my thoughts. Jenny Munson
Erna possessed the ability to grasp the simple joys from flowers in her yard to the sight of hummingbirds feeding on her deck. I listened with great interest of tales about her childhood in Germany or a humorous story of her and Gene in their early years. Always ready with a quip I knew it was going to be good when she started with "Hey Tony!...". A loving grandmother and a witty mother in law, she will be missed.
What a beautiful picture of her. I remember all those days in the Walsh household, sitting in the kitchen and talking to your mom and dad....she was such a spirit.