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Nancy Brickhouse Pelletier (#47177697)
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David Cahoon
Hyde / Tyrell County
I am a descendant of the Cahoon / Cohoons from Hyde county. My 3 Great Grandfather was Joseph Alexander Cohoon who is buried there His Great Grandfather was Samuel Cahoon.
Added by David Cahoon on Feb 17, 2013 5:47 AM
William Pelletier
Re: Thank you
To IMAGINE* he's in the 6th grade, too! Ugggghhhhhh!!!! I need to pick up a cup of coffee on my way to work! LOL!

Love ya Sis! :-)
Added by William Pelletier on Jun 08, 2011 9:16 AM
William Pelletier
RE: Thank you...

I am so sorry about all your family's losses, Sis. Damn........your Dad, and then your Uncle in the same day. I can only imagine what you guys are going through. And you're right......they come in 3's. Hopefully this will be the last of our losses for a long time.

Please tell Andrew that his Uncle Will is very proud of him. To imaging he's in the 6th grade ALREADY! WOW! I'm telling you, they DO grow up fast these days! :-)

And listen Sis, I'm damn proud of you as well. I know of many people that would have caved in under this sort of pressure, but you're not one of them. Don't get me's okay to feel like you're about to cave scream, cry, yell, or whatever the case may be (I just don't recommend ramming your fist into a wall. I did that after Liz died, and did it ever HURT! lol). Just remember a few things, Sis. Firstly, we know how the society is around there, and they feel that you should grieve for like a few days, then get over it and move on. NEVER believe that. There's no law written anywhere that says we must stop grieving by a specific date. In fact, some people grieve for a short period of time, where others grieve for years. Remember to take things one DAY at a time, one STEP at a time, and one BREATH at a time. And always take time for YOU.

Well Sis, I've gotta run and get to work.....either that or run late, lol. We all love you guys!

Your big bratty brother always,

Will :-)
Added by William Pelletier on Jun 08, 2011 9:14 AM
William Pelletier
RE: Thank you...
Hey Nancy.

I sent you an email awhile back, but my ISP has been really acting loopy lately, so you may not have gotten the email.

As far as the memorial is concerned, no thanks are needed. I was glad to do it. I just wanted to do something to give him a fitting memorial where people who no longer live in or near Carteret County, would have a place to remember Rick.

I wish my dad and I could have been there. Unfortunately there were circumstances beyond our control that kept us from going. In fact, Pop is getting over another recent stay in the hospital. Thankfully he has someone living with him now that can keep an eye on him, so that takes a load off my mind.

I hope you and Andrew are getting by alright. I know that when something like this happens, we try to prepare ourselves for it.......but it still throws us for a loop when it finally happens. I went through the same thing with Liz, so I can relate to what you two are going through.

Well hun, it's getting late here, and I have a long day ahead of me tomorrow at work (and I'm fighting the wonderful, lol!). Please stay in touch, and know that you and Andrew have both a father/grandpa, and a brother/uncle in Forrest City, Arkansas, and in Oakland, California. I don't use the term "in-laws", because you guys are much closer to us than that. :-)

Great big hugs to you and Andrew.

Added by William Pelletier on May 12, 2011 9:51 PM

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