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March 26, 2015
Thinking of you Grandma. <3
August 26, 2014
I was so lucky to have you as my mother. Emotion emulated from the piano whenever your fingers touched the keys. I loved dancing while you played...
September 25, 2013
Mom,
You are always in my heart. You were the best mother I could have ever had. Thank you for loving me so much.
Love Jan
October 26, 2012
Laura Dear.
Though we were unable to visit each other because of our shared health problems, I know we always remained in each others thoughts and prayers. We walked together for a long time and I hoped and prayed that you would beat IT! A piece of me went with you. You and Bill will remain in our hearts forever. What a beautiful pair you made. You were the kindest, most gentle woman I ever knew. I have been blessed to call you my friend. Thank you. I know you are with HIM. (Lance must be happy to see you too!)
October 09, 2012
Laura was a beautiful woman inside and out. She was an outstanding pianist and teacher. Since our Pastor passed away, I haven't been to church so I was unaware of Laura's illness. I am so sorry I did not know so I could provide support to such a wonderful couple. You both will always be special to Tom and Me.
October 02, 2012
How can one find such a sister?
She was not to be found, but to be given, and for that I am eternally grateful to our heavenly Father.
October 01, 2012
Mom,You are always a strong person even though we haven't spoken so much lately but you are always in my mind.I had enjoyed being a part of your family,I know you more than my real mother.I will cherished all my memories with you.Grocery shopping,going to mall, love going to Skippack with you it was always so much fun and you have such good taste on picking and buying clothes.I can always freely talk to you, about anything and you would listen,I talk to you about my personal problem and you'd still listen and never make me wrong,you always give good positive advice.You make the best apple pie you can bake them with your eyes close and it would still taste so good,you make the best pork chop ever!I will miss you so much you and Dad are my parents since I came here,you both are always there for us.I had enjoyed taking piano lessons from you when I was pregnant with Christina,you're very a good teacher and very patient to your students.You will be missed but you will remain in our hearts.You had done so well fighting cancer and you're so brave and so positive.Thank you so very much for being a part of my life.R I P...we love you.
Love.
Marissa,Christina and Robert
October 01, 2012
Aunt Laura's life was a life of quiet beauty and humor. She never trumpeted herself, but instead spoke grace through her fingers——in her music. And not only that, but she taught so many others to do the same. Her memory and her legacy of grace lives on and on. And now the angels have a really good accompanist! Love to all the family, who ministered to her so beautifully.
September 30, 2012
Grandma you were the best piano player I ever knew and you played your feelings through your music, never one to complain even when you were going through chemo and all your treatments. I remember you once telling me you would play Motzart when you were mad :) you were so funny, inspirational, and full of joy I will miss you so much. I love you a lot, I just wish I got to tell you that. Everyime I play piano now, I think of you listening to me play and I hope I can eventually be half as good as you. You beat the cancer, youre with Him now r.i.p <3
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