ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Grace Loper, 64 years old, born on March 23, 1945, and passed away on August 12, 2009. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Todd Loper on August 12, 2013
Miss You Mom , not one thing has been the same without you. Happy B day, and as you know I love you.
Posted by Carolann Rolision on March 23, 2011
Happy birthday to Grace, born again on earth, and reborn in heaven.
Posted by Carolann Rolision on March 23, 2011
Meeting her only once in recent years, I was impressed by her strength and courage. She was royalty amongst us.
Posted by Esther Mullin on August 31, 2009
From Elizabeth,
 Aunt Grace was a very beautiful person and I will miss her a lot.
Posted by ryan mullin on August 18, 2009
I will always remember my great aunt grace, I will remember the times I went over to her house and spent time with her, we would sit and talk for hours at a time. I will miss her greatly.
Posted by John Selleck on August 17, 2009
Grace Marie Selleck Loper: A very strong but gentle woman who fought a long hard battle, as one said "Death Be Not Proud" We can be proud of Grace.
Posted by John Selleck on August 17, 2009
Grace my younger sister will always be in my
memory and in my heart. I will always miss her.
Posted by Alecia Evans on August 16, 2009
A woman of strong spirit, very courageous, and very kindhearted. Thank you for being there for me in times of need both with kindheartedness and frankness. I love you and will never forget you.
Posted by Alecia Evans on August 16, 2009
Great Great Aunt Grace was a nice person from the stories that were passed down to me and to my children when I have some. She always helped like with Uncle Victor's teeth. Thanks alot. Emily Evans
Posted by Alecia Evans on August 16, 2009
Great Great Aunt Grace was nice to help us when she gave us a place to stay for awhile and I want to thank her for helping us. My mom means a lot so thanks. Aunt Grace will be in my mind always.Jenna
Posted by melissa Sanders on August 16, 2009
Melissa,
"My heart gose out to my family for our lost, I have only met my Great Aunt Grace a few times, but I can say she was deffently on forgetable.." Missy
Posted by melissa Sanders on August 16, 2009
Priscills Sanders,
" I have and always will love my Aunt Grace. She meant more to me than she ever know." Priscilla
Posted by Walter Selleck on August 16, 2009
In memory of my younger sister Grace who has left this world. She was kind in heart bashfull by nature,truthfull but frank in her treatment of others. hope to see u in heaven your bro walter.
Posted by Denise Mullin on August 15, 2009
Grace-I will hold you in my heart forever missed but never forgotten.
Posted by Susan Manzer on August 15, 2009
In memory of my Mom with love and admiration. You will live on in our hearts.
Susan
Posted by Victor Mullin on August 14, 2009
I will always remember My Aunt Grace with Love and Admiration. You always knew just where you stood with Aunt Grace as she spoke her mind and told you just how it was. I will love her always.
VJ
Posted by Esther Koehner on August 14, 2009
Love you Aunt Grace. We will miss you.
You will always be in our hearts and fond memories.
God bless your journey home.
lil Esther
Posted by Ruth Hoffman on August 14, 2009
I will always love and remember Aunt Grace as she was a inspiration to us all! Ruth
Posted by Nolan Mullin on August 14, 2009
It has been a privilege being Graces nephew.
She was very straightforward at all times, and a truly genuine person. I will miss her, and have memories filled with love and admiration.
Posted by Esther Mullin on August 14, 2009
Grace was always a humble and sweet girl, I remember in a way that is cherished and will always be my very sweet sister.
Loving you always;
Esther

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Recent Tributes
Posted by Todd Loper on August 12, 2013
Miss You Mom , not one thing has been the same without you. Happy B day, and as you know I love you.
Posted by Carolann Rolision on March 23, 2011
Happy birthday to Grace, born again on earth, and reborn in heaven.
Posted by Carolann Rolision on March 23, 2011
Meeting her only once in recent years, I was impressed by her strength and courage. She was royalty amongst us.
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Love from Liz

Shared by Esther Mullin on August 31, 2009

   Aunt Grace was more like a sister to me. She was only a few years older than me. I always looked up to her. She took care of us at times when we were young. I remember making fudge together.

    Yes, she had a very shiny belt named "Jenny". She never used it, but it kept us kids in line. Not an easy job as there was so many of us. We all always loved her. I remember she got burned badly over a large part of her body, but she stayed very proud of her appearances. In fact she was always very beautiful inside and out.  I went to stay at Grandma and Grandpa's. I would watch Eva and Grace get ready for dates. They would both look so pretty. I wanted to look just like Grace when I got grown up.

   One time Grace came to our house, she told me about a record called " The Three Bells" by the Browns. It was very old. She wanted to see if listening to it would make her cry. I am sure it did because she had a very tender heart. Like I said, she was a beautiful person and I will miss her a lot.

Love Elizabeth

Wonderful Example

Shared by Carolann Rolision on August 26, 2009

Grace was a wonderful, quiet example of a person who exemplified the essence of kindness and love for everyone.  Her strength was amazing, and he capacity to love immeasurable.  Meeting her was like experiencing a sacred memory of peace and dignity.  I will never ever forget her.  Carolann Rolison

My Memory of Grace

Shared by John Selleck on August 17, 2009

The first big problem I had with Grace was where she came from.  I could not figure out if the doctor brought her in his black bag, or what.  But she was always there.

I remember walking her to school on her first day of Kindergarden....And letting her drive my car to learn to drive.

 

She was at our wedding and I was too broke to go on a honeymoon, so 3 months later my wife and I and Grace with her friend Sharon went to Buffalo for the week-end to a revival crusade for our honeymoon.  So grace was always there, and I could not miss her more.

Late last October we got to go back to New York and visit Grace and her family.  Grace and I went to Grandps's and Grandma's graves and spent some precious time together.  Thank the Lord.

                                                                 Her brother Lohn