After visiting hours today I took a short trip through Chesterland's memory lane. First was the lawn mower shop.In the past; Mr. Brown was working away on repairs, and Mrs.Brown was chatting with the customers. My Dad installed at&a phone systems through Ohio, but said he could never figure out how Bob Brown fixed those mowers! The house on Rockhaven is gone! Sue and I were not always good on curfew-but Mr & Mrs Brown were all bark and no bite! Without a doubt, Mrs. Brown's biggest delight and accomplsihments was her family.They brought her endless joy. She was soooooo proud of her girls, rightfully so. Shd had the right to brag.She also was devoted her her brother Frank (?) Mrs. Brown, well done,you did it right. You chose and increased the skills and resources you had and your girls grew up to be awesome adults. Not an accident. All your daughters and their families are special- polite,respectful,and successful. They also loved to tease you! I am truly blessed to have Sue as my friend and the values you taught your family. You clearly seemed to be the center of love in the family. They loved to tease you.Love is the key word. Well done, Mary. No one wants to lose you, but it seems God wants you Home. Your love will continue,and you can guide those you love as you always have.