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February 15, 2014
She was my mom, but so much more than that. She was the wife who mowed the lawn, washed and waxed the car, painted the house, met Curly with a cup of coffee when he arrived home from work, and took care of him in his illness until she couldn't. She was the daughter who did her mother's hair, hemmed her clothes, painted the kitchen cabinets pink, decorated her mother's house for Christmas, shoveled snow and mowed grass. She was the niece who cleaned her aunt's house and brought her groceries. She was the Nana who stood in the rain and snow at every sporting event, cheering the kids, bursting with pride. She was the neighbor who lifted a wheelchair into her trunk so she could take her friend to church. She was the lady who was so touched by a newspaper story about a Lost Boy of Sudan, that she called the college he was attending, arranged to meet him, helped pay for his books and then after his graduation, bought his round trip flight tickets so he could see his own mother for the first time in 17 years. She faced her diagnosis bravely and still managed to be kind and caring while struggling in decline. She will be missed, but she's now dancing in the clouds with Daddy, free of the body she became trapped within. Love you Mom, Pam
February 13, 2014
What a gracious, wonderful lady! We miss you so much and will love you forever! Our condolenses to the family and all who admired her. God Bless! Mr and Mrs Thomas Reidnauer, AZ
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