Melanie was there for everyone she a big heart .She One of three muskrett
her was call mouse she was so quite ,I'm glad she is in heaven.
Melanie was one of the girls in my Girl Scout Troop years ago. and I remember her as a sweet girl. When she grew up she remembered her Girl Scout days and always treated me as a friend. She was a good kid and a nice young woman who I am proud to have known and to have been involved in her life. My sympathy goes out to her family.
I met Melanie briefly at Cedar Campus on Valentine's Day wknd about 8 yrs ago through a mutual friend. We had both been through the same chemo and radiation for breast cancer, it was a support group for both of us, she was a blessing to me. Prayers and comfort to her family.
I have many fond memories of Melanie at Cedar Campus and the fun times in Driftwood cabin. May God fill Melanie's family with his presence and peace
It was an honor to work alongside Melanie at Cedar Campus during the summer of 1989 (a pivotal summer for me in my life). I will pray for peace for your family, and rejoice in knowing the Hope into which Melanie now lives.
--Jim Huggins, Fenton, MI
Melanie was always so nice in school. My sympathy to her family. Jane Drerup Portage MI
I am so sorry for the family to have another loss so soon. Melanie lived in grace and she departed in grace. May you find some comfort knowing she Is with your dad now and Our heavenly father in her permanent home.
I am so sorry for your loss. I enjoyed getting to know Melanie as a fellow paper crafter and she always had wonderful words to share with everyone.
I enjoyed getting to know Melanie at Cedar Campus! She was such a loyal, kind, steady, helper, and giver. May Our Loving Lord Jesus comfort all her family and friends as we say "good bye" for now. I am looking forward to seeing her in Heaven!
Holly and Heather, I am so, so sorry to hear of Melanie's passing. You were such an amazing trio. I admire how close you were as sisters. I miss seeing you and chatting. One day I hope you two and Joan and and I can hook up, scrapbook and catch up on the past year. I know how hard it has been for you; first your Dad, and now Mel. Please know that I care, and that my thoughts are with you.
I feel so empty inside, yet I feel comforted in knowing Melanie doesn't have to deal with any of this anymore-no more chemo, no more other health issues that plague her and made her uncomfortable. I feel a huge hole in my life once again, but yet happy that she can now be with her Dad and even with my sister, Annie. Even though Joel and Annie are just "new arrivals" there in Our God's world, I know they will escort Mel around and show her the ropes. Let's praise God for our memories and laugh when we think of Melanie's smiles and giggles and fight the feeling of being miserable. Holly and Heather, God's blessings on you..Julianna, hugs and blessings to you, and to Uncle Charlie, John and Daniel and Callie and all the Bartlett family. Love to you all, Catherine Thompson Floyd Melanie, Rest now. We love you.
I am so sorry for your loss...I might not have known her but I went to school with Holly and go to church with Jordon and Janice greene..my thoughts and prayers are with the family, may the lord wrap his arms around you and hold you during this time and in the future.
You are all in my prayers. Melanie held a large part of my heart. We had so many visits, going to and from Coldwater to her doctor visits and chemo treatments. She was an incredible woman, who lived through what would crumble so many. Holly, Heather, Shane, David and Janice, you have my love.
I am so sorry for your loss! The whole family is in our prayers.
Praying for your family. I have many memories of playing with Melanie as we lived just 2 doors down on Broadway. May God bring peace and strength to your family and may you find comfort in your memories!