“Mike... not sure if you will still be checking your guestbook, but I googled you because we're coming up to Nellysford but was shocked to see the news about your wife. I'm so sorry and send sympathies... our trip is not until October, but will try to find you at the vineyard.
“Kathy and I met as high school seniors and we were boyfriend-girlfriend for a little more than 2 years. We were just kids, but I loved her then and I love her still. I just learned of her passing. Michael, you were a lucky guy to marry her, and Justin, she loved you more than life. One night in the 1980s, on a lark, I tracked her down with a fistfull of quarters from the Denver airport when my flight was delayed, and we had an amazing conversation, catching up on our lives. I now understand...
Sorry we could not be with you today.
Catch up with you after Thanksgiving.
John and Grace
Kathy embodied an open and generous spirit thet enriched the lives of everyone she cared for.I will be forever greatful for that and for her(and your)loving support of OUR son ,Justin.I will also not forget your courage and consideration for all during these difficult months and I am imensely thankful for the opportunity you provided for Justin and I to join you in the farewells and grieving.
“Justin--Very sorry to here about your mother. I know how much she meant to you. Nancy and I will be thinking of you.
“Mike and family, so sorry to hear of your loss. You and Kathy have always had a special place in my heart. My prayers are with all the family.Ginger Drumheller
“Justin, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family, if i can help in any way im only a phone call away
“So sorry to hear of Kathy's passing. We knew her through Wintergreen Winery, and know she will be missed by her many friends and family. Gwen Stone, Horseheads, NY
So sorry to hear about your mom. Our thoughts and prayers go to you and your family. If we can do anything please call. We will continue to pray for you.