Aunt Eileen was so soft spoken and would always make the best cakes, I was so very small the last time we met but it's burnt into my very essence memories of Michelle playing and her giving me cake that had nuts and maple, searched the world over for that cake lol. It's amazing how people who we have spent milliseconds with considering the journey of your lifetime but they seem to make an impression and a difference that has a staying power. Like it was yesterday and still smell the trees outside and the grapes growing on the fence line. I now know the reason why I was drawn to her at such a young age was because I could see the father in her eyes and it was familiar. I know that she is dancing The jig right now where she's at because she's been restored and one day we'll meet again my condolences to the family children and grandchildren really anybody who met her it's a terrible loss but know that she still there in spirit and memory.
The grieving process is a way to calm the ego because of our needs and wants but there's really no grief there's joy in finding that she's finally with the father.
Eileen was a true servant of Jesus. Took me under her wing as a new believer. Taught me how to make the best chop suey. Taught me how to macrame, ...she taught in such a humble way...when I was a poor single mom, she reaupholstered my recliner for me.
With all the horrible things that happened in her family. I never heard her complain or seek pity from others or even dwell on her losses. She always had a smile. She was the one woman who was truly kind to me from our little fellowship in those days.
She is rejoicing in heaven today. Last year we talked and her concerns were for others...our conversations were always about praying for someone struggling...and never in a gossip way. She was my early role model and I've never forgotten her kindnesses to me. May her memory be a blessing to others has it is for me. Lori McKeeman
Typically Eileen was seated in front of me in church. I have wonderful memories of her but the one that stands out the most is when I had struggled through most of the service with my 10 month old granddaughter wanting to touch Eileens hair. After service I told Eileen and she leaned her head over and said let her touch it and my baby did just that. We had such a good laugh. -Eileen is missed here however to know she is in glory warms my heart.
Love and prayers to you all. What a sweet and precious soul she was. We will see her again! Madelyne, sister, Gloria and family, Tim Shoffner
So very sorry to hear of Aunt Eileen's passing. She was always the kindest soul. How fortunate we all were to have her in our lives.
So sorry to hear of Aunt Eileen's passing my condolences to the family .I have no doubt that she is in HEAVEN and that JESUS HIMSELF MET HER. She is living now exactly how she wanted to live praising GOD I will miss talking to her and will miss her laugh.she was very precious to me I loved her very much my love to Steve and Michelle and to all the loved ones Dolly Rooker
Praying for all of you at the loss of your precious mom & grandmother. Aunt Eileen was so precious too me. While grief on this earth is terrible we know before a shadow of doubt your mom is dancing on heavens street & reunited with so many loved ones. We have the assurance we will also one day see her again! Love LaDonnaf "Sis"
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