|Valerie Hughes Martinez||RE: savanna janes white|
I apologize for any hurt this may have caused. I have deleted the memorial.
what ever I can do to help let me know.
We are family.
|MiMi Paris||RE: Thank you|
It was my honor and my pleasure, Paula!
|MiMi Paris||Philip Straun|
Did you receive the pictures I sent you yesterday? I'm new to this. Do I post pictures here a Find a Grave?
All the best!
|Connie WEEAKS Pace||RE: Florence Cemetery request|
They are probably both. If, you will go by the office at public works and see Morris Taylor, he will give you a map, directions and if; not too busy; they will send someone out with you. Connie
|BLV||RE: Floyd Hastings Davis|
I believe he would have been protestant. He is the only one in his family buried there. About ten years ago I was visiting Arizona and decided to go to Florence and view his grave site. At that time there was no headstone.(I don't know if there is one now). There was a small cemetery marker and the grave site was framed with scalloped red bricks with white rocks that filled the inside of the frame.
We had help finding the Cemetery and grave site.
A nice lady from the City Hall in Florence escorted us all the way out to the Cemetery and to the grave site.
I wish I had more information to make it easier for you to locate the site. I hope this is of some help. Thank you.
Beverly Locke Valeh (BLV)
Added by BLV on Feb 15, 2012 2:45 PM
I just stopped by for Morag's birthday. I recently found this wonderful little poem and wanted to share it with you. Morag is beautiful...
"Do not weep for me when I am gone
For I have friends in the great beyond.
All the little ones I used to feed
Will come to me in my time of need.
They will purr and bark in great delight,
And I will hold and hug them tight.
Oh what a great day that will be
When my furry friends all welcome me."
By: Richard Severo
|In Memory||RE: My Morag|
Thank you for your note. I am so sorry for the loss of your sweet Morag. I really understand the pain of losing a precious fur-baby. With each of my pets that have died, a part of me has died with them. Somehow you get through it but honestly, I don't think you are ever the same. You've made a wonderful memorial for Morag and I hope over time that brings you some comfort.
|Rosie♥Mooch||RE: Thank You|
Hi Paula, you are very welcome. Having lost many furry kids, I know how much pain you are in over your precious little Duchness.
We will meet them again at the Rainbow Bridge. Until then, we have to try and understand they are just on loan to us.
There are many people on Find A Grave who have loved and lost their furbabies. Anyone of them will be more than willing to help you anyway they can.
|nancy murray||RE: Thank You|
I know exactly what you mean about them coming into your heart and staying and that is good. Years from now you will still talk to her, as I do to Skatti and Cadfael, to tell her you still love her and miss her. She'll hear you. When the time is right she will guide you to another purry friend. Her heart is so full of love she will be able to share you. Don't worry it will happen. In the meantime go ahead and cry buckets of tears. Boo to those who so not understand the love of such a purrangel. Email me anytime you want to talk about her or just cry: firstname.lastname@example.org. Lots of love from Nancy and lots of purrlove from Molly.
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