Thanks to Wayne and all his staff for a awesome service for my sister Debbie. It was perfect. Your service is above and beyond.
My heart is heavy for your family. I will always remember Debbie coming with her mom Mary to my mom's salon. All you girls were so much fun. Thinking of you all through this difficult time. Prayers to you all.
I was so sad to hear about Debbie's passing. The one thing I remember about Debbie was her long, beautiful hair. She always looked so pretty.
I remember when Debbie was in high school, she and her then boyfriend, Tom, took a bunch of us little kids to see the "The Jungle Book" at the Georgetown theater. They bought us candy, too. After the movie, we stopped at a vacant field at 38th and Georgetown Road. The field was flooded and frozen over. We all "skated" (without skates) for about an hour. Then we went to the Wises house and had hot chocolate. Does anybody else remember going?
Thinking back to November, I realize you knew it would be the last time you'd see me, so you made sure it was special. I will cherish that time with you and miss you for the rest of my life.
Aunt Debbie was such a wonderful person. So many memories of fun times at family gatherings hearing her stories. It is so sad to hear of her passing. She will be terribly missed by so many.
I'm so sorry for your loss. I was a friend of your Moms in High School at Ritter. She was a sincere lovely friend. I remember her kindness. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Oh mom how I miss you. You are the reason I'm still here on this earth as a husband and father. Our last couple months together were special. MCL sure loved us for the food we got and I sure loved the time we got to spend with each other. Mom you always had my back, always cheering me on, you never missed a football game or baseball game. I always had what I needed and more and for that I'm thankful. You use to say to others when you would introduce me "That's my handsome son Zachary" or when I got in trouble (which was frequently) "Zachary Allen!!" I'll miss your voice Mom but I'll never forget how much you loved me. Until we meet again. I love you mom.
The world is worse off without her. She was kind and generous without an ounce of ego. I am going to miss my big sister.
Deb and I were close growing up. After we entered high school we lost most contact. Different schools never put us on the same path. My daughter started to babysit for her kids I would run into her and sisters and mother at bingo. I will miss her happy smile. RIP Debby
Its been many years since I have seen Deb. But that doesn't diminish the memories I have of her, while growing up. She would come to our house and visit with my sister Peggy. At one time they were pretty close. Prayers for the Wise family and all her relatives. I am sure she will be missed terribly.
Sincerest condolences to you Amy and Marjorie.
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