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Libby M. Minium

Longview, Washington

1982 - 2008

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Minium Family,

I and deeply sorry for your loss, I know this one year anniversary will be a hard time for you. I am greatful you have little Mason to keep you going. I keep up with his life through Patti, whom I work with. I will forever remember Libby's sweet smile the time she was in our office.

Dear Minium Family,

I just now heard the horrible news about Libby. I am so sorry for your loss. My heart is breaking for you! I will be praying for God's perfect peace to fill your hearts.

The most memorable thing about Libby for me was her smile! When she was just a little girl (when Emily and I played softball together) it seemed that Libby ALWAYS had a smile on her face. She was such a happy child!

She will be missed.

Our prayers go out to you

Linda, Greg and Emily, Ricky and my heart has been hurting since we got the sad news. Libby has always been a part of our family and always will be along with Zach and Mason. The time that our family has spent with Libby at home, camping and just anywhere,will never end. We loved that girl and always will. We are here if you ever need us. Love ya Libby. Oh the boys at Riffe are all the same but just a little bit older....Oh what fun you and Amy had....Never will be forgotten...

Dear Minium Family,
I worked with Libby at The Pet Works. We also were friends and did things outside of work. She was one of the most wonderful women I have ever had the pleasure to meet. I always thought we'd connect again. My heart breaks for the loss of not knowing her the past several years. I have not had a comparable friendship since. Her humor and her beauty will always be remembered. I will never forget her.

When a woman loses her husband she is a widow. When a husband loses his wife he is a widower. There are no words for a parent that loses a child. I am so deeply sad for your tragic loss. Libby is a light that will shine brightly forever.

Libby and Mason were such a blessing for me. Thank you for allowing me to be a part of bringing Mason into this world! May God bless your family.

Linda, Greg, Emily, and Mason,
I am so glad to have known Libby and only wish we had been closer growing up. It pleases me to hear that so many other people treasure her smile and kindness the way that I always will. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Greg & Linda,

I did not know Libby, but wanted you to know how sorry we are for your loss. You may take comfort in knowing so many of us have you in our thoughts and prayers.