I will miss the sound of the Westerns coming from your room while you wait for the call of pancakes on Saturday morning. All the Holidays will have a empty seat at the table where you would be. You can be sure there will be stories told to the children about Granny and we will listen to their stories.
You had a long life and now you are with more of the people that love you, you will be missed. Chris
Granny- every second of the day I think about you. Every morning I want to run down and check on you. My heart is broken by your passing. I know you lived a full life, but my life was only at its fullest with you in it. I don’t know how to find the strength to go on, but I guess in time I will figure it out. You will never be forgotten. I hope to God somehow you can read this and know how much you meant to me!
You were a flamboyant Lady who graced my life for half a century. I will always remember your penchant for Southwestern jewelry, brightly painted nails, and coiffured hair. May you continue to shine as brightly in your after-life.
My condolences to the family you left behind: your sister, your daughter, your nieces and nephew, and your granddaughter and her progeny.
With fond memories of times in the past when we were all younger I’ll say “Aloha O’e” to my Auntie Lil. ‘Til we meet again. Regards to Nicole and her family for their good care. Love from Marie, Fred and family.