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August 14, 2018

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February 1, 2018
Patty and family,

It was said

"Our life in the Universe is like the beautiful chime of a bell: there is nothing and then there is a momentary but glorious vibration and then, again, nothing." ---Harry Harner

May your mom's glorious vibration live on in you for a long time to come.

May the memories, which are so painful now, which are also a proof of the depth of the love that you shared, soon be a source of consolation and strength to you and may you find some solace in the meantime in the love and support of those of us who truly care about you.
February 1, 2018
My thoughts and prayers are with you. Carol was a patient at the dental office were I work. She was one of my favorites. I will miss seeing her.
January 31, 2018
Patty and Yami, so sorry to hear of your lose.
God bless
January 31, 2018
I'm so sorry to hear Carol was called home... the dairy was my first job at 15 and I loved every moment of it. Carol and her husband were always very kind to me. I was sad when I had to move on to another job. The calves melted my heart every day. It was hard work and I bought my first car working there. I went thru my first tornado working there too... I will always keep fond memories of my teenage years working at the dairy farm.. those days were some of the best of my life.. my deepest condolences to your family, Carol, and thank you for everything I gained from you.