ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Carla Alumbaugh Grimm, 54 years old, born on July 18, 1966, and passed away on July 29, 2020. We will remember her forever.
  Gone But Never Forgotten
Posted by Michael Pippin on June 16, 2022
Carla
I will treasure our friendship we had over our short marriage. You were someone I could talk to an know in my heart you was really listening to me. I couldn't of asked for a better person to be my companion, we just wasn't meant to be married, God made me different an I just didn't have to heart to hurt you so I tried to be something I knew I wasn't.
I was so happy years later when you met Bob Grimm I knew by your smile an eyes you had found your soulmate. Bob treated you good an stood by you in some difficult times in your life. I do know losing your mother Geneva devastated you more than anyone knew. My heart hurt for you for your loss, I was with you in thought the whole time.
You was a remarkable woman with sassy attitude an spunk. Your laughter could fill a room. Your smile filled our  hearts.

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Posted by Michael Pippin on June 16, 2022
Carla
I will treasure our friendship we had over our short marriage. You were someone I could talk to an know in my heart you was really listening to me. I couldn't of asked for a better person to be my companion, we just wasn't meant to be married, God made me different an I just didn't have to heart to hurt you so I tried to be something I knew I wasn't.
I was so happy years later when you met Bob Grimm I knew by your smile an eyes you had found your soulmate. Bob treated you good an stood by you in some difficult times in your life. I do know losing your mother Geneva devastated you more than anyone knew. My heart hurt for you for your loss, I was with you in thought the whole time.
You was a remarkable woman with sassy attitude an spunk. Your laughter could fill a room. Your smile filled our  hearts.
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The First Husband

I was Carla's first husband back ine 1989. We were young an didn't know what we wanted out of life, I knew she e loved me so very much. She was my best friend and my rock, I could calls  her anytime an she would listen an not judge me. When I realized I was gay she didn't except it right away. But after years she did an always wished me the best as I wished her nothing but the best ☺️
I think when we got married I knew I was not straight, but was young an confused an I didn't wanna hurt her for nothing in the world, but I did an that broke my heart. None of her family gave me a chance just ignored me like I never excisted. I had feelings an was hurt as well because I broke her ❤️ heart. I made this memorial for my friend an ex-wife an I'm proud to say that. She was my best friend an I loved her for that an would think of her often.
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