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Lynette Groves (#47190662)
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Bio Photo In the early morning hours of July 11, 2015 I awoke from a terrifying dream (not a nightmare). My husband Bob and I were driving down the road (as dreams go) Bob walked away from the divers seat to relax in the back seat. I am sitting in the passenger seat as a song I really like starts playing. I reach over to turn up the volume and start singing along. Suddenly there is a curve in the road, I reach for the steering wheel but not in time. In slow motion the car leaves the road and goes over the cliff making several end over end flips in midair before heading nose first to certain death. My first instinct was fear then peace, acceptance and joy as I closed my eyes and embraced death. This disturbed me all day, I love life but my dream suggested different, how could I except death so calmly? As the day went by I tried not to think of the dream but it just would not go away, I cried off and on all day. Bob spent most of the day helping our son Joe with his dishwasher. By the time he got home the dream was all I could think of. I finally said " I had a dream I need to tell you about because it really bothered me". After telling him the dream he said "You know this is about your father" I kind of thought so. He said he thought the dream was about excepting his death and letting him go. He was right I felt so much better after talking to him. My father died May 10, 2015 I love him and miss him so very much.
Dad
I can't believe your gone, you have always
been there for me.
I can't believe I will never hear your voice.
I can't believe I will never feel your embrace.
I can't believe I will never again feel your lips
upon my cheek.
I can't believe, but I must.
I miss you Dad so very much, love you.
Your daughter Lynette


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Jane Ellen
Thank You!
Thank you, Lynette, for adding a photo of my Father's Grave Marker. I appreciate it! He is EDWARD G. D'ENTREMONT, Jr., and I am his Daughter, Jane Ellen.
Added by Jane Ellen on May 18, 2015 11:57 PM
David Schroeder
Reda Lawler Calculated Relationship
Lynette,

Reda Lawler was the grandson of William Lawler and Margarette. They raised him. His biological parents were Evan Swain Lawler and Marie Lawler.
Added by David Schroeder on May 13, 2015 10:08 AM
Enoch
Milo Nehring # 20468070
I see you have posted a photo of the Milo Nehring family at findagrave. Are you related or do you have any information? I am looking any info for Milo's first cousin, Frances L. Dixon, who was born about 1904 in Washington. please email me: flolid@msn.com
Thanks!
Added by Enoch on Apr 22, 2015 8:57 AM
 

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