I'll remember and appreciate Eileen for the many great qualities about her: warmth, generosity, a prodigious work ethic, wry sense of humor, dedication to family, and up until the past few years an adventurous interest in outdoor activities, whether fishing in Alaska, hiking in Yellowstone, or bird watching on the Gulf Coast. There's nothing she wouldn't have done for Bob, Susan, David, the grandkids, and her extended family. She was an exceptionally good mother-in-law. I always admired how she naturally got along with people, whether it was my eclectic family, or Susan's friends, or the many people she met through work, church, investment clubs, etc. Her strong sense of responsibility and work ethic were surely shaped by the challenges of her own childhood and the imperative of pitching in and stepping up. She didn't wait to be asked or told to do something around the house; she was always ahead of everyone and if we didn't pay attention she'd have it done before we could even offer to help. She was remarkably driven to be organized and totally on top of details, a quality she definitely passed on to Susan! Eileen was above all a good and decent person, who made everyone around her feel accepted and at ease.