ForeverMissed

This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Elizabeth Veronica Rudolph, 78, born on January 13, 1927 and passed away on January 20, 2005. We will remember her forever.

 

Posted by Lisa Lamoreaux on April 17, 2012
Nanny , i can not tell you how much i miss you , how much i wish you were here to see me now , I know you would be proud , I thank god for the last year we had before god called you home , i know you are with poppy and that makes me happy , i thank you for helping threw everything because i know you were one of them Angels looking out for me , I Love you Nanny
Posted by Rebecca Voorhees on November 15, 2011
She's one of the best people I have ever known. She was always there for me. When I was born she held me in her arms all the way home from the hospital, was there with my mom to put me on the bus my first day of school, went with me on almost all my school field trips, meeting my Brian, was there when I was moving out and creating a home of my own. She was always there. I love her so much.

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Posted by Lisa Lamoreaux on April 17, 2012
Nanny , i can not tell you how much i miss you , how much i wish you were here to see me now , I know you would be proud , I thank god for the last year we had before god called you home , i know you are with poppy and that makes me happy , i thank you for helping threw everything because i know you were one of them Angels looking out for me , I Love you Nanny
Posted by Rebecca Voorhees on November 15, 2011
She's one of the best people I have ever known. She was always there for me. When I was born she held me in her arms all the way home from the hospital, was there with my mom to put me on the bus my first day of school, went with me on almost all my school field trips, meeting my Brian, was there when I was moving out and creating a home of my own. She was always there. I love her so much.
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Shared by Rebecca Voorhees on November 15, 2011

My nanny was kind. Always trying to help others. She was chaperoning my class field trip to a museum. I dont really remember which one. It was time for lunch and we were sitting at a picnic table geting ready to eat. And at another table this girl in my grade was crying. Nanny went over and asked her what was wrong. The little girl said she forgot her lunch on the bus and the teacher said that there wasnt anything she could do. Nanny brought her over to our table and gave her half of our lunch. And let her tag along with us for the rest of the day.    There were plenty of other adults there and noone chose to do anything except my nanny. This memory has always stayed with me. It just shows how great a woman she was. I love her and miss her dearly.