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July 22, 2018

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July 13, 2017
One year gone, Mom. You are so loved and missed.
July 18, 2016
Dottie, Marge passed along the news about your mother's death. I offer you prayers of an easy journey as you and your family transition to a life without her physical presence. Thinking of you.
Deb Lane
July 17, 2016
My mom kept her sharp mind and sense of humor right up until she passed into the deepening sleep that took her to the next life.
She was a woman of amazing strength and fortitude. She raised my three brothers and me by herself after our father left her shortly after the youngest of us was born. The oldest of us was 8 years at that time. As a single mother in 1964, my mom had to find a job and childcare and learn to drive. With only a high school education, she never earned a high salary, but she was a financial wizard who always put our needs before her own and we always had what we needed. She never remarried.
Mom was one of those extremely rare people who love what they have and do not yearn for more. She always felt rich in blessings and was happy and content with her life.
She survived the death of our brother Jimmie 3 years ago due to complications of Type I Diabetes, but of course she was never the same.
I am sure that if Jimmie were here, he would join my other brothers and me in honoring our mom for the life she lived, the lessons she taught us, and the love and support she gave each of us throughout our lives. We are bereft. We also are aware of how fortunate we are to have been loved so well and so long by this phenomenal woman.