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July 20, 2018

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March 9, 2016
The Wisemans (Carol, Bill, Barbara, and Cheryl) wish all of you strength. It is difficult to lose a mother and you had a precious one! We too remember the fishing trips and her great sense of humor. We also know she survived a lot - with the house fire and with Harley's illness. She was also an intelligent lady! Take care.
March 8, 2016
Rosie, you were a stellar lady. Always fun, always generous, and boy you sure knew how to cook!

The crazy camping trips with the Wrights to the middle of nowhere and the Saturday nights I spent at your house as a kid --kids running around crazy, then playing Lincoln Logs in the basement for hours, while the grown ups chit chatted upstairs-- changed my life. Thirty years later, we're doing the same with our kids and friends. (Although my dinners will never taste as good as yours.) Because life really is about simple good times with the people you care about.

I want you to know I still have the recipe for the coney dog sauce you made for the Yummy Shoppe in Lancaster in the 1970s, and I just made another one of your recipes (the fruit dip) for a party last week.

I'm pretty sure you're in heaven now. Take good care of my dad and Harley while you're up there, okay? But don't let them talk you into making dinner for them every night in heaven, promise? I now Harley never liked leftovers!

I love you. We all love you. In the end, we all wish we could have more time, but we'll all have to try to take comfort knowing you sure lived life the right way!