- 95 years old
- Date of birth: Dec 28, 1916
- Date of passing: May 22, 2012
|Let the memory of Mildred be with us forever|
"Happy 100th Birthday, Mom! I miss you more each day, and I hope you are celebrating your 100th birthday in heaven with Dad. I love you both and look forward to the day we are together again in the arms of Jesus. I know you are alive and well and enjoying being with your loved ones in Heaven. I wish you could have celebrated your 100th with me, but I take peace in knowing you are no longer sick and happy again. There will never be another relationship like ours, and I savor the many memories and laughs we had. I LOVE YOU, MOM!"
"Dear Mom, I miss you more than ever 3 years and not an hour I don't think about you some way. Today I wished I could have just 5 minutes to tell you how much you meant and still mean to me. My heart aches to hear your voice and see you laugh. I know i will see you again and please stay in my heart and watch over me untilhat day. I love you Millie P. Your daughter Susie"
"Dear Mom, please tell Dad I love him and please know my life is so empty without you. I am surviving but there is not a moment that you are not with me. The only solace I have is knowing you are not suffering any more and reunited with those that went before you. I am looking forward to the day we will be together again. I love you with all my heart and I am so sorry for all your suffering on earth. I know you are well and happy again but I know you must miss me too. We will be together again! I LOVE YOU MILLIE P!"
"Dear Mom, Happy 97th birthday. I miss you and love you more than I can ever express in words. You were not only my mother, you were and still are my best girlfriend. I cherish the memories of the wonderful times we had together. Even after 19 months without you, I can still see your precious face and here you calling my name and hear the silly things you would say to make me laugh. Our relationship was like none other. I could tease you and you could tease me and we both knew it was because of the love and respect we had for each other. You were always there for me, and I tried to always be there for you. I know that I disappointed you a few times in my life, but I hope that I made that up to you in your last few earthly years. I know you are waiting on me, and I hope I can be half the woman you were to make it to Heaven to be with you and Dad."
"I am proud to call Mildred Pearl Long my mother and best friend. I was blessed with 2 fine parents. I take solace in knowing that my mom is reunited with my dad and in the presence of her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. I truly miss her witty, funny remarks, and I know she is healthy and happy again. She lived her life as a true Christian, and I look forward to the day I see her again."
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