Your Family Your father, from the bio you wrote, was much like my father right down to the wheat germ. My Dad put his mostly on cereal. Your Mother was much like mine as well. She loved her buttermilk and cornbread. My Dad passed away in 2008 and Mother in 2011. My Dad hiked in Virginia every summer; there are so many similarities ! I added you to my friends. My Dad is #99976835 and my Mother #100000000! If you have the time, you might want to look them up. Irisana
RE: My Brother You weren't rambling Bonnie, you were sharing! Nd I appreciate that greatly. For the last 3 weeks of his life Alex was in a drug induced coma. I never left his side. I know your brother sensed your presence. He slipped away knowing he was loved, and you can't ask for more than that. I pray you find peace. Enjoy your daughters and granddaughters. YOU are a gift to them, as they are to you. Fondly, Allison
Thank you for visiting William's Memorial Page, leaving flowers and such a lovely message. Your thoughtfulness and support mean the world to us. We have gained hope and courage from so many people here at Find A Grave.
William is indeed smiling with so many people keeping his memory alive.
Alex's Mom Dear Bonnie, I am so sorry about the loss of your brother. I read your note that he suffered. I am all to familiar, I watched my son lose his fight with leukemia inch by inch and I've never forgotten one moment of his fight. I want to thank you for visiting my little guy and I have added you to my friends list so I can visit your brother and parents frequently. Fondly, Allison Ford
SALT LAKE CITY CEMETERY BONNIE, YOU WOULD LOVE THE SALT LAKE CITY CEMETERY, YOU CAN LEAVE ANYTHING AND IT IS THE LARGEST CITY CEMETERY IN THE USA, WITH MANY FAMOUS PEOPLE BURIED THERE. CHRISTINA AND OTHER FRIENDS OF MINE USE TO "HAUNT" IT! CHRISTINA IS BURIED AT REDWOOD AND WHEN MY TIME COMES I KNOW SHE WILL " SWING LOW, SWEET CHARIOT" ! MISS YOU! LOVE, KITTY CATHER