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    My thoughts and prayers for Melanie's family. Thomas M. Your mother was a special person in so many ways, exceptionally kind and thoughtful. Her encouragement motivated me to attend college and recognize the opportunities beyond our small community at the Grand Canyon. Thank you, Mrs. Lovegren, may your spirit rest in peace. My fondest memories of Sue are how she cared for Ba-Pa towards the end of his life and her perfect linen closet!

    She was generous with travel for her family and giving her granddaughters beautiful Mikimoto pearl necklaces for their college graduation now sentimentally priceless. I hope you take comfort in the fact she lived a good long life, full of family, friends, travel, fun and wine. And a blessed life, as she lived to meet her great-grandchildren.

    Your husband, your Father, your Family has lost a wonderful man. I am so saddened by the passing of Uncle Tony. He was not just a good man, he was a great man. So principled, fair, judicious, supportive, and intelligent. Of course, his humor stays with me always. I use so many of his little puns in so many different ways in so many different circumstances.

    I recall his very funny smile when he found a new pun and was waiting for you to catch up to his wit. Very special. Tony gave me a chance. He reached out and invited me to Washington to work with him and it was a grounding and a mentorship that provided stability and direction for the rest of my career. I am forever grateful. Of course, his support was complemented so well by Auntie Shirley and their collective love of family and fun and great food.

    Trips out on Lake Barcroft were phenomenal times for me in a strange city and a new country. Saddened by his loss now but so lucky to have known him forever.

    He was an amazingly accomplished man and a wonderful husband and father. I have many fond memories of his wicked sense of humour and that mischievous glint in his eye. My family and I send our sincerest condolences to all of you for your loss. You were and still are a gift in my life As my Naval Officer father would say I will forever miss you He will be missed.

    Love and miss you guys! RIP David! In fact his daughter Sarah was in my confirmation class. I remember the ice cream socials, the bizarres and the amazing Christmas celebrations with the fresh greens and the incense.

    And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things has passed away. She was dedicated, thoughtful and honorable and certainly made the "World" a better place. You will be in my family's thoughts and prayers. God bless. Edward D. He was very knowledgeable and congenial, and I liked and respected him. After I graduated, I left Buffalo worked in Chicago until retirement.

    I lost track of Bob and learned just now of his passing, so please excuse this much-delayed condolences. I am sorry to learn of his early demise and extend my condolences to his family.

    Her amazing accomplishments speak volumes for themselves and although she will be sorely missed by everyone - her loving memory will live on forever. God Bless You, Sue Anne You're in his hands, now. You will be beyond missed Gladys. Jaime was a pleasure to know, always trying to be cheerful and friendly. She went through so much. Gracious, thoughtful and broadly traveled, they were always a pleasure to be with.

    Our prayers and condolences go out to their family and their many friends. She immediately introduced herself and took me for a tour of Norfolk in her new Volkswagen. We became fast friends and after graduation we kept in touch and worked together for over 25 years. The world was a better place because of her. She was a devoted mother and her focus was always on Phillip and his welfare.

    She was the sister I never had and she will always be in my heart. He will be missed by those who served with him and got to know him. We lived just upstairs from Rick and his family in Katterbach housing in Germany. I spent many hours in the field at Graf, Hohenfels and other Germany garden spots with Rick as the Battalion trained.

    He was a fine Soldier and Officer and he made a positive difference for our Country. Debbie and I send our prayers and condolences to Rick's family and we hope warm memories provide you comfort.

    We will miss her presence at our weekly pinochle gatherings. To the family, my deepest sympathies for this great loss. We really enjoyed relaxing after the game in the Kiskiack Club House. He left us too early. Rest in Peace my friend. When she left Riverside Doctors' Hospital, we were all devastated. Beyond her excellence in nursing, she was just the nicest person. Her infectious smile will be remembered. I'm so sad over her death. I share your grief, Jessica. Love to all who miss her. Our big family sure will miss her.

    Hill: Honorary Sgt. Major of 37th Regiment. Colonel Machamer was one of those officers. God Bless the family and the family are in my prayers. Soldier for Life. Your family will be in our thoughts and prayers. Her smile lit the room from the moment she entered! She always had a word of encouragement on her lips. I'm so glad to have known Courtney as a loving sister in Christ!

    Words cannot explain how much I am saddened and missing you right now. You were a bright and shining Light to me and to so many others. I consider myself blessed to have been able to provide care for someone as warm and loving as you. Each time I saw that amazing and beautiful smile, it just made my entire day.

    It's been difficult each day knowing that I can't laugh and talk to you. You were such a grateful and humble person and would tell that you loved me and I loved and cared for you just as much. I know GOD does not make mistakes and he provides strength and peace to each of us even when we don't deserve his grace. You've asked me on many occasions if I was proud of you and yes, with out a shadow of a doubt, I will always be very, very proud of you.

    GOD knows that in my heart, that it has been a blessing, an honor and most of all a pleasure to have helped taken care of you and assist your family. I remember saying to you eveytime I'd see you, " hey there Pal" and you seemed so happy to see me! I'll be thinking of you from time to time with peace, knowing that you have your Wings of Glory.

    You will always be my Angel and my Friend. Since I met your mom I knew she was amazing. I had no idea HOW amazing until I read this. Quite a lady and always smiling!

    3-year-old girl drowns during birthday party in Oklahoma

    This viral Instagram post has an important reminder for parents about social media "You don't see it all. Be kind to one another. In it she described how we can't really have the full picture of someone's life just by what they post on social media. It's little fragments of their life, which probably leave out the really good moments when people decide to put the phone down to be present, and also the really bad moments they don't want documented.

    The post, which has almost 12, likes and hundreds of comments, received a lot of praise from other parents thanking her for hitting the nail on the head. The post reads: "Instagram stories.

    Let's talk. If someone uses the maximum amount of stories allowed in a day all the teeny tiny dots guess what? All together, it totals less than an hour of their hour day.

    Does that surprise you? It's true. Furthermore, it's probably the calmest parts. After all, when was the last time you got into a fight with your husband and thought "Hang on, let me insta-story this!

    Before you look at her life and become jealous: you likely did not see her raise her voice as she struggled through schoolwork with her kids, or her picking up trash after the dog ripped it up and dragged it all over the driveway, or her doctor give her a terrifying diagnosis, or her son's preschool teacher call and say he's been a problem Or her crying because she hates her body and hasn't felt like herself in so long.

    Or her going to bed each day feeling guilty and like she didn't do enough for everyone. Or her husband being out of work. Or her dad who walked out on her as a kid and it still hurts. Or her burning dinner and yelling a swear word in front of her kids. Yeah, you don't see all the bad.

    But you know what? Before you look at her life and become critical, know that you didn't see her singing worship music and taking extra time as she changed her baby's diaper.

    You didn't see her driving all the way to recycle center when the trash would have been easier. You didn't see her close her laptop, close her eyes, and stop to pray for someone she doesn't know. You didn't see her tell her daughter, "Just keep killing them with kindness, baby" as she sobbed in her arms about a bully. You didn't see her give up "me time" to prioritize date night with her husband. You didn't see her take her oldest to lunch.

    You didn't see her anonymous donation. You don't see a lot of the beautiful things that happen in her life and in her heart, because they're sacred and the first thought that pops into her mind isn't, "I should grab my phone right now.

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    Singing on the Battlefield | Acre’s Home Birth Story

    This viral Instagram post has an important reminder for parents about social media "You don't see it all. Be kind to one another. In it she described how we can't really have the full picture of someone's life just by what they post on social media. It's little fragments of their life, which probably leave out the really good moments when people decide to put the phone down to be present, and also the really bad moments they don't want documented.

    The post, which has almost 12, likes and hundreds of comments, received a lot of praise from other parents thanking her for hitting the nail on the head. The post reads: "Instagram stories. Let's talk. If someone uses the maximum amount of stories allowed in a day all the teeny tiny dots guess what? All together, it totals less than an hour of their hour day. Does that surprise you? It's true. Furthermore, it's probably the calmest parts. After all, when was the last time you got into a fight with your husband and thought "Hang on, let me insta-story this!

    Before you look at her life and become jealous: you likely did not see her raise her voice as she struggled through schoolwork with her kids, or her picking up trash after the dog ripped it up and dragged it all over the driveway, or her doctor give her a terrifying diagnosis, or her son's preschool teacher call and say he's been a problem Or her crying because she hates her body and hasn't felt like herself in so long.

    She always had a word of encouragement on her lips. I'm so glad to have known Courtney as a loving sister in Christ! Words cannot explain how much I am saddened and missing you right now.

    You were a bright and shining Light to me and to so many others. I consider myself blessed to have been able to provide care for someone as warm and loving as you. Each time I saw that amazing and beautiful smile, it just made my entire day.

    It's been difficult each day knowing that I can't laugh and talk to you. You were such a grateful and humble person and would tell that you loved me and I loved and cared for you just as much. I know GOD does not make mistakes and he provides strength and peace to each of us even when we don't deserve his grace.

    You've asked me on many occasions if I was proud of you and yes, with out a shadow of a doubt, I will always be very, very proud of you. GOD knows that in my heart, that it has been a blessing, an honor and most of all a pleasure to have helped taken care of you and assist your family.

    I remember saying to you eveytime I'd see you, " hey there Pal" and you seemed so happy to see me! I'll be thinking of you from time to time with peace, knowing that you have your Wings of Glory. You will always be my Angel and my Friend. Since I met your mom I knew she was amazing.

    I had no idea HOW amazing until I read this. Quite a lady and always smiling! You've been gone a week, but I missed you the moment I got the call. I know, I know, life isn't fair. But why MY momma? You didn't get to see me do anything to me you proud and I'm crushed. Despite the unexpected passing, and being a super daddy's girl, this hurt such more. There a giant hole in me that will always be there, but I'll be strong Because you taught me that and I have to be strong for my sisters and kids.

    I'm pushing forward, Despite an indescribable pain and grief. I love you momma hen. The one memory I will always hold close are their smiles! They always had one on! Your mom raised a wonderful family and I am better to have known her! You always hade my back on FB I never saw you in person, but you touched my heart! So blessed to share special memories of great times together with Courtney, Caitlin, Nef and all the friends who enjoyed spending time with Courtney!

    Until we meet again! Caruso always eyh a beautiful smile on her face! You made sure to check on me through those sad trying months and call to tell me how much your cared. You were such a bright light and a warrior who always had a smile. We will miss Aunt Bobbie! Loretta came, with Mr. Loretta was so sweet and gentle with my mother who was suffering from the early stages of Alzheimer's at that time. Her kindness will never be forgotten.

    She was extremely kind, thoughtful and generous to all.

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    One time, when my husband John and I did not participate in the show, she inquired and found out that John was in the hospital. While the craft show was going on, she took the time to visit john in the hospital.

    He was so surprised and appreciative that your mother was so thoughtful to take the time to visit him. It was an act of kindness that we will never forget. Your mother was certainly a role model and inspiration to all! You are all in my thoughts and prayers.

    Love the picture - how you will always be remembered. Thoughts and prayers to you and your family.

    This viral Instagram post has an important reminder for parents about social media

    As you know, I was blessed to grow up with her as children. She was always a kind, caring person that thought more of others than herself. She had a gift of being a caregiver. She loved you so much and was very proud of you. I definitely miss her. Am fortunate to have many wonderful memories. There is now another angel in heaven named Gladys. You know I am here for YOU. As you would always say, I love you to the moon and back! I met you when I was 17 years old, you were very sweet with a beautiful smile.

    Prayers for the family! I know your mom will be missed for the great positive impact she made wherever she was. I thought to myself what a passionate but strong nurse you are. I learned that is your mini me. I have seen how strong you are by doing all you could to defeat cancer so you could be with your family. It has amazed me how strong you are.

    Your family has gained a true guardian angel. Heaven has two angels now with you and my mom. Rest In Peace Debbie. Love you!!

    We were Bible Study friends for 13 years now. I will miss her quick personality and knowledge of life. I will totally miss her but I know she is with our Lord and Savior and we will unite one day in heaven!

    Please accept my condolence. You and your family are in our prayers. May she Rest In Peace. She was always so delightful to talk with her when she came into the City of Williamsburg Finance Department.

    Her adventures, especially to Cabo, were especially entertaining! I retired the end of February and missed being able to see her there.

    I was hoping our paths would cross around town, but that never happened since I left the City offices. You had a wonderful Mother! My thoughts and prayers our with you. My son, Whit, let me know since we discovered we are related to you through the Moody side of our family!

    Your mother accomplished much in her lifetime and I know you are proud of her generous, kind manner. What great memories we have of good times at the Yacht Basin. Praying for peace for all of you It sounds like she was an amazing woman and lived quite a remarkable life.

    If we all are so blessed to live a life such as hers! Praying for you and your family. Sounds like she was a remarkable, caring, giving woman. She did a great job raising her son. Our prayers are with you. Please let me know if you need anything, lots of love to you.

    I knew her at Williamsburg Methodist and through Outreach committees. Her volunteering on a medical mission team to Honduras gave me an opportunity to work directly with her. And appreciate her even more.

    She will be missed. My condolences to you and the family. We shared the best of times together. She was a devoted friend and exceptional person with the gift of grace and a giving heart and hand.

    Our sincere condolences to you. You are her shining star and the true love of her life. She will be sadly missed and always loved. I shall miss you greatly. Love you. Though we have only known each other for about two years, she was a strong presence in my life. She often would simply show up at my Sales and Auctions and just start helping in any way she could.

    She and I talked or texted or emailed usually daily and sometimes multiple times. Your mother was such a strong and proud woman with the kindest heart. I would collect cigar boxes for her so she could give them to the children with a dollar bill or a small trinket in it so they could collect their goodies.

    My 12 year old nephew has his that she gave him. I am so grateful that I got to see her recently and to tell her how much I loved her. Gladys was such a delightful and considerate person, always so cheerful and never at a loss for another story to tell.

    I will miss her. Always so outgoing and never without a story to tell. I will miss her greatly. My condolences and prayers. Victor always had a warm and kind spirit. She possessed an infectious smile that left me at ease and always made me feel welcomed in her presence and in her home.

    I will always remember her as a proud and hard-working mom who went above and beyond to care and provide for her son. Phil, I'm very sorry for your loss. Please know that I always enjoyed your mom's company and have only the fondest memories of her. My heart goes out to you, and I wish you nothing but warmth in the happy memories that you shared with her in her lifetime. Much love to you, brother. We did exercises in the heated pool and John would tell me so many interesting stories of his days in South Jersey delivering newspapers and going to Rutgers - where my daughter went.

    He was such an upbeat and interesting person. He will be sorely missed. Thomas V. Our condolences in your sorrow. We enjoyed our conversations over the years, and were always amazed at her bountiful energy maintaining their immaculate garden. She sent beautiful handmade Christmas cards, depicting silhouettes of her grandchildren of whom she was clearly proud.

    Char will be greatly missed. Your in my prayers Phil! Much love to you. She was a very wonderful and special lady. I remember this sweet loving lady who took me to the beach, hard rock cafe, and i was always with Philip staying over nite.

    Soma you memories. I am saddened to hear of Professor Jack Brown's recent passing. I knew Jack as a knowledgeable and wise individual whose counsel I sought as his colleague at Monroe Community College. In addition he was a consummate excellent teacher whose students loved and admired him.

    His classes were always full.

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    I thank God for giving us this good man. Peter A. Spina, Ph. God has given us so many happy moments to remember! He always had an encouraging word, a contagious laugh, a great sense of humor too. He loved his family, so proud of each and everyone. A man of great intellect and wisdom, yet he was so humble. What an honor and blessing to have known such a wonderful person. A great internet stock trading friend!! Others bought houses, Condo. I will miss YOU!!

    He was such a wonderful person and what fun times we all had at the Yacht Basin. I have fond memories as a child of running around in the yard with the soccer ball in New York and Granddaddy always had a smile on his face.

    Their house was filled with the coolest trinkets too. I am so thankful Camden was able to meet her Great Granddaddy and that his spirit will live on in her. I always looked forward to our FaceTime calls, and Granddaddy would ask John where he was traveling to next for his work with Operation Smile.

    I am also so glad he was able to visit the warehouse at Operation Smile, and I remember his face beaming with excitement when he met my team members and found out they were military veterans as well. We love you to the moon Granddaddy! When daddy was working at the lawn mower shop I would go sit and play with Aunt Joyce. We played Barbies and Simon. She always made sure I had a cookie before I left. In recent years I'd see her at a function and she always would tell me that I reminded her of my Grandma Seeley.

    The funny part of that is that she always said that I had her figure. I loved her outgoing and outspoken personality. Bless her family. He was such a wonderful and caring person. Always had a smile and gave off such a positive energy. My heart and prayers go out to his family. Mom always taken pictures of us there She has so many pictures of us all together over the years.

    Dad always making comments about to many pictures. She always said never enough pictures. An though we all grew up, moved away and had grown distant over the years. You never, ever forgot my face. No matter how many years passed, you always knew me.

    The year we had just moved back to Va. An it happened to be your church and as soon as you saw my daughters, your great granddaughters, Chelsey and Kendra. You saw me, your first granddaughter all over again You knew they were my girls. I will never forget the hug you gave me that day. The minute you saw me, you kept saying, I knew those girls were yours from the minute I saw them. Even though life has kept us apart, We will always love and miss you bunches Grandma Joyce I had just sent a friend request and was so looking forward to speaking with him.

    I truly enjoyed your friendship over the years. If there is anything we can do just let me know. May the memories be your comfort that will live in your heart forever! You and your loved ones will be in my thoughts and prayers. I am so sorry for the loss of a great person. We will all miss her very much. She was a big part of my life after she married my Dad, Bill Stout. Joyce was up early every morning fixing him breakfast before heading to work and also cooking something good for dinner.

    After Dad became ill, Joyce took great care of him until the day he passed. You are now in Heaven with your parents, husbands, children and I'm sure they all welcomed you with open arms. Jim was a wonderful man and always so enjoyable to be around. My thoughts and prayers to you and family. You are in our thoughts and prayers. A family friend for many years. A great cook and always witty. May God bless! I know your heart is p inain a,'ll be praying for strength now and in the days ahead.

    Sending a hug your way. I remember the many times we sat and chit chatted while the girls played. Lots of fond memories of those times. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Knew Glenn for many years and he will be missed! Glenn was fun, kind and had a heart of gold.

    I appreciate how he shared Peggy with me during our work travel years. Fly high Glenn; you will be missed!!


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