- 92 years old
- Date of birth: Nov 5, 1921
- Place of birth:
dawson, Illinois, United States
- Date of passing: Jul 24, 2014
- Place of passing:
Peoria, Illinois, United States
|Let the memory of Louise be with us forever|
"Missing you so very much - your smile, twinkly blue eyes, and your loving heart! This anonymous verse says it all:
"My mind still talks to you. My heart still looks for you. My soul knows your are at peace." But my heart still aches for you and not a day goes by that I don't think of you and wish I could talk to you!
Hugs and love, Kitty"
"Had a nice day at the beach today. Ate watermelon. Did some crossword puzzles. You would have loved it. Miss you mom.
"Missing you a lot today on the two year anniversary of your passing. Not a day goes by that I don't think about you and all the things we use to do. Miss talking to you, playing our games and feeding you watermelon. You loved that so much. Will see you again some day and we can do those things again. Until then.....memories will have to do!"
"Happy Birthday, Mom!! I am assured of your love even though we're apart, because so much we've shared is written on my heart. Not a day goes by that I don't miss you, Mom! However, on this special day, your birthday, the missing is so much more poignant! I will forever miss and love you so much! Kitty"
"Mom, I miss you so much! I especially miss talking to you on the phone and playing games with you at "the home"! Whenever I hear something interesting or something special happens I want to share with you, I see a game and think "Mom would like to play that," or I just want to hear your voice; I start for the phone to call you or to purchase the game. Then I remember, I can't physically do that. It makes me sad for a minute, but then I remind myself you are not in pain anymore, you are in a better place, and I have so many wonderful memories of the conversations we did have and the games we actually played. I have a plaque that says, "A mother's love knows no end, first with the child and then as a friend." How true because love has no end, it continues on forever in our hearts. You will always be our friend, supporter, and biggest fan - in spirit as you were in life! I love you, Mom!"
"Not a day goes by that you are not in my thoughts. You will always be where you belong. ... In my heart. Remembering you always brings a smile, even when I have a bad day. Miss you mom."
"Remembering today a wonderful woman who was not only my aunt but also my step-mother."
"I remember coming to stay at the Decatur home when I was small. Your mom was so pretty. I loved to watch her. I remember times when Isabelle and Louise came to visit my mom, Norma Fields, in Dawson. Always a wonderful visit with them. I remember the family reunions in Dawson and what fun we all had. Many many good memories. I pray your memories will comfort you all and bring peace.
"I was struck by the statement in her beautifully written obituary. When asked what she wanted to be, her answer was, a mother. As I knew her,through her daughter Kitty, and her son Jerry, that is what she was. She was gentle but strong, nurturing but encouraging. She was an advocate that empowered her children to engage in society in a meaningful way. She was the mother who would always give up the biggest piece of cake and the last popsicle. Rest in peace Louise. You will be missed by all who knew and loved you."
"Two weeks have gone by since your passing. Although I know I will not see you again, each day Mom, I feel you are with me. I was so lucky to have such a wonderful mother. You will always be in my heart.
"Our grandma was a very special person. She will be greatly missed by all those that had the pleasure of knowing her. She was an amazing wife, mother, grandma, great grandma, aunt and friend. She loved her family so much! She loved playing games and played them up to the last week of her life. She has taught us all to love one another and to be kind to everyone. I'm very fortunate that our kids got to spend time with her, even up to the last month of her life. She we live on in the hearts of all that knew her."
"Aunt Louise was a special lady. She loved life and everyone in it. She loved games, she loved visiting, she loved kids!! This tribute is great and shows just how loved she was!!"
"Grandma for me You were the most important thing in my life and i will never forget you"
"The pictures truly show Aunt Louise' love of life and family. We are all blessed to have been in her world."
"Mike, I am sorry to hear about your loss. Your mom is definitely smiling down on the wonderful friend, husband and father that you have become. I hope you take solace remembering the good times where your mother loved and supported you and your brother and her many good friends and other family members. God bless you and please look me up the next time you are back in the Kansas City area. Your friend forever..."
"Love you Mom and miss you so much already."
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