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S: FAMILY MEMORIES

BC: 2011

1: The legacy began on December 9th, 1931 when Verna Jean was brought into this world. Some of the love, laughter, lessons and friendships she's built over the last 80 years are illustrated on the following pages. The story doesn't stop there . . . it continues in her life and in the lives of her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. With much love, Your family | She is clothed with strength and dignity; she can laugh at the days to come. She speaks with wisdom, and faithful instruction is on her tongue. She watches over the affairs of her household and does not eat the bread of idleness. Proverbs 31:25-27

2: FAMILY

4: If you want to know what's going on with your kids and get them to talk, take them one-on-one in the car. ~Pat

5: Thanks for all the memories, lessons, and wonderful family times! ~Pat

6: "you are the prettiest mom" ~Linda

8: You made me think of myself differently. ~Linda

11: Nothing can beat a day at the ocean. Mom - see you at the beach! ~Karen

13: There are so many memories. I love you. ~Phil

14: Just taking walks with her. ~Connie

15: There is such a sweetness in grace. ~Connie

16: The most important things in life are the seeds YOU plant in time. Twenty years ago YOU planted a seed with a selfless heart that must of been touched by an angel...

17: life is good

18: Grandma always welcomed me as I was. When I was younger her home was a source of great adventure and lots of love, food and family. In my teens it was a place of acceptance, guidance and love. And now it is one of my favorite places to visit. ~Jessie

20: ...The things I remember most about Grandmas is playing on the cash register in the basement, sledding with Jenny and running her into the tree :) playing in the woods and learning what all the pieces of candy were in the Esther Price box. There were many games of checkers and solitaire.....being able to say my Grandma makes THE BEST Pot Roast and my best friends were always there! Roller skating in the driveway and Christmas dinner.....I wish we were all kids again ~Misty

22: Grandma has always been there when I needed her ~Jenny

24: Grandma taught me how to play dominos. ~Michael

26: Grandma taught me that spending quality time together gave us a chance to get to know each other. ~Sarah

27: I enjoyed learning how to crochet granny squares, a hobby that has proven to be lifelong. And, of course, I learned that we are never too young or old for a warm, wet kiss on the cheek. Love you, Grandma! ~Elizabeth

28: Her laugh is contagious, and it is so comforting. ~Eric

31: You leave a legacy of love - love for family and love for the Lord. ~Christina

33: Spending the night at Grandma's! ~Christina

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