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September 22, 2018

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January 18, 2018
With deepest sympathy for your loss. Our thoughts are with you.
Rose Young, Paula Arnold, Janie Carver, Pam Durbin
January 16, 2018
Mom, what can I say? The first 17 years of my life were the best any girl could have. You gave me confidence, a purpose, a great upbringing, and a relationship with you that my friends could only hope for. By 17, I felt like you were a confidant. There wasn't a lot I didn't share with you. We had our ups and downs, but what teenage girl didn't have a difference of opinion with their parents? Do you remember teaching me how to drive? Frustrating and rewarding at the same time, especially in a stick shift car. I recall the Drivers Examiner ask me if I was SURE I wanted to take my test in a stick shift, but that's all we had!! But it was YOU I saw jumping up and down in the window as I waved my drivers license toward you. Smiling because I passed the test! It was your beaming face I saw at the 4-H Style Revue, the Junior Class Play, and at a marching Band contest in Ontario. I scanned the bleachers until I found your face! You were happy when I got good grades, and made sure I always had goals to achieve. You celebrated all my achievements and hugged me through the hurts. Because of you, I could cook more than hot dogs and pork chops when I got married - (unlike you, and I heard this story a HUNDRED times!) I sewed all my boys Halloween costumes, and I could even make them a decent birthday cake! All because of what you taught me.

After your stroke, I hope I gave back to you all you had given me and then some. I took you to speech/occupational/physical therapy sessions. I sat patiently with you, as you tried your damnest to recall the names of places, objects, and people. You had to learn to write, talk, eat, and walk ALL over again. You sure had your share of accidents, some of them very serious, but you NEVER complained. You never felt sorry for yourself, and above all, you never gave up! You had a strength and a spirit that never quit. Most days you inspired ME to be a better person.You still do! If you could endure all you had been put through, then who was I to complain.? You were, and always will be, my hero. It was an honor to be at your bedside when you took your last breath and entered into Heaven's kingdom.

I admire you. I love you, and I'll miss you, Mom.
January 16, 2018
Rick, Becky and family, It sounds like your mom was an awesome lady! You will all be in my thoughts and prayers. God bless you all.
January 16, 2018
I got to know Linda when my grandmother was in Lexington Court Care with her. Linda was always so upbeat and positive in spite of her condition and would always try to cheer my grandmother and others up with her positive attitude.. She was a very special gal...