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July 23, 2018

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June 5, 2017
I have only met Nadine a handful of times,
Just passing time thinking about family and how I only have a hand full left,
Though some of the family might remember me it's my condolences I want to say to you, life is so short rest in peace aunt Nadine,
March 13, 2017
My mom was my rock, a pillar standing tall and strong. Everything I am and all that I know is because of her. She taught me to be humble in my successes and gracious with my loses. She explained no matter how great things were for me, I was never to feel superior to anyone else. And no matter how bad my personal circumstances may seem, there is someone struggling with something worse. I was shown the difference between sympathy and empathy and the importance of each. How to help the underdog for no other reason than it is the right thing to do. She instilled in me respect for my elders, no matter my age. If I was honest with myself, I would find it easy to be honest with others. Just from watching her, organization became important to me, in life, in my work and within my home. That no one loves me and accepts me for who I am more than family, and those friends in life who I consider my family,

"Moreover, being a mom is a passion. Every move they make must inspire others, in and out of their homes" ~ Melony Buenger

She demanded good manners and respect for all living things. As I grew, from her I understood compassion.

"When you wish someone joy, you wish them peace, love, prosperity, happiness - all of the good things." ~ Maya Angelou

She allowed me to realize the love, almost obsession for reading. Reading opened my eyes to the world. She told me "if you can read and comprehend, you can learn and do anything". She was right. My mom taught me by example, loyalty, responsibility, work ethics, self reliance and pride. She was my cookbook, grammar teacher and my spell checker. As we became close friends, she shared herself with me more and more. Stories, antidotes and writings she knew. All she was I aspired to be. All she loved and dreamed of I wanted to love and dream also. The saddest moment is when the person who gave you the best memories, becomes a memory. There is comfort in knowing someone so special will never be forgotten.

"Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal" ~ Headstone found in Ireland

My mom was my spirit, my heart and my soul. My mother's love knew no bounds, neither does the love from her daughter. I love you, Mom, even more than any of these words can express.

Love,
As Always & Forever,
Belinda
February 21, 2017
Out thoughts and prayers to the family. Will always remember the times we spent at Lakeside speedway rooting for Uncle Merle. Peace be with you. Hope you and Merle are together sharing memories.
Love, Dan and Martha Dobyns
February 9, 2017
My earliest memories of my aunt Nadine were of her telling me to sit down and stop popping my gum when we were in the stands at the race track. Then, and more so as I grew up, knew she was someone I wanted to be like. She was someone with integrity and class. She was one of those women that quietly expected and deserved respect. As an adult, I saw more of the compassionate side of her. She was genuinely loving and kind, even through her own heart breaks and illness. She will always be in my heart, her laugh, love, and her class. Love E