Bobby, and sons
I am so sorry to hear about Aunt Lorraine...as are my children and Lynn's family...We spoke with Aunt Lorraine right after she had gotten out of the hospital, she told me about what she was going through..but yet concerned over my dad's health for she knew he was also in hospital...i thought that was very very nice of her...and that is how I have always remember her....Her thoughts were always on others and not on herself...My prayers go out to You and Your family...please do not grieve her but celebrate her death ... she is no longer in pain... When You read this think of something funny she did and smile...Let that thought comfort You... and remember she will always be there for You...*JUST BELIEVE*...Our prayers to You and Your family...Love always...Debbie Bartels & family...Jessica Morris & family....Lynn Cloutier & family
From: Bartels/Morris/Cloutier 04/20/2005 10:16 PM
I met Lorraine and her family when I was just a small child. I lived on the corner of 16-1/2
Street and Alcoa Avenue. In 1980, I purchased Lorraines home from her on Alcoa Avenue and moved back into the neighborhood once again, but this time as an adult. I loved living in the "Alcoa" house and loved the Pin Oak trees the Bob had planted many years ago. I also worked with Lorraine at Younkers while I was attending college. Our paths have crossed so many many times. I will always remember Lorraine with fond memories. She was able to come and visit her old home once, and was able to view all the "home improvements" I had made to her house. She touched many lives and was a lovely woman. I'll never forget her!
May God Bless You and Your Family.
Jeryl Ann Krumbholz
2958 South Hampton Drive
From: Jeryl Ann Krumbholz 04/20/2005 03:59 PM
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