“Tara, I will always remember the day I first met you at Anza (18 years ago). I was dating your cousin, Scott, and you made me feel so welcome. That's the Tara I want to remember. Your soul is finally at peace and in a much better place. Love you!
“I will never forget all of the fun we had growing up together with you and your brother. Memories of you at Anza with riding motorcycles and your incessant frog collecting. Crestline in the snow....I will never forget. I know you will be waiting for me when it's my time. Until then..
“Tara i miss you so much.im so down,wish you never left babygirl,i know your watching from above cuz you were a good hearted person that deserved the best,ima miss you so much i cant believe that im never gonna touch you again.R.I.P babe
“R.I.P babe m.u.l.u...
Im gonna miss you
So much tara.
Richtmyer, Tara Lynn SAN MARCOS --Tara Lynn Richtmyer passed away on November 11, 2012 at the age of 38. She was born in Fontana, Calif., and lived in San Marcos the last two years. She is survived by her son, Ryan, eight years old; her daughter, Calle, six years old; her parents, Brian and...Read More