|Janice "Hay" Stamper (#46878349)|
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I married the most wonderful man in Nov.1972, we shared 40 wonderful years together. I lost my Husband on Oct-4-2012. Walter was my Love, My soul mate, My husband. When I lost him, I lost my best friend, and the love of my life! Through our wonderful 40 years together we was blessed with two beautiful children and three grandchildren. Son Walter Ray "Billy" Stamper Jr. passed away at the age of 32 on Dec-23-2006 of cancer. He had one beautiful daughter Bailey and his wonderful wife Stacy. My daughter Melissa was born in 1977 and has a handsome young son named Aidan,a beautiful daughter Adriana and a wonderful husband named Barry. My Husband Walter and our Son Billy will always have a special place in my heart.|
I have been posting obituaries for over 7 years after I lost my precious Son to cancer. I have got many emails thanking me for helping them find their lost family members that had passed away.
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|Mary Tarr||Janice Waughtel|
Janice, thank you so much for posting the photo of Janice's monument on here. Janice was a special young lady who attended Vern Riffe School with my son Joshua for many years. We know she is flying with the angels now ,having left her wheelchair and other medical devices behind. With warm regards, Mary Tarr
|kim from texas||Thank you!|
I just left a yellow rose on your Son's page.
Bless your heart. You created the memorial for my Aunt. Thank you again. May 2015 bring you joy.
|Lyonel Laverde||Re: Your Work|
Thank you for the detailed description you provided last year for my friend Kerry. I don't know how you learned as much as you did, but it summed up as much as anyone's life could be in a span of a few paragraphs--and with such dignity! I added a photo, taken a few years before his passing (2009 to be exact)just to personalize the page, but I can't much else, except that he had been a lead vocalist and guitar player in the late 1970s. But that's just a slight detail. So well done. Thank you again.
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