This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Rachel Plum 24 years old , born on May 14, 1986 and passed away on February 15, 2011. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Miranda Plum on February 10, 2019
I never got to meet Rachel in person. But I do remember having many conversations with her over the phone while she was in the hospital. She was very sweet and was always excited to talk to me because I made Josh so happy. She talked about us all living together one day and getting to have another girl to hang out with. We planned to stay up late watching funny movies and eating junk. I'm sorry we never got to do that Rachel, but I try everyday to make Josh a happy man and I hope you see that. Miss and love you, hun.
Posted by Donald Plum Jr. on February 10, 2019
I remember Rachel had such a great sense of humor and she was so easy to joke with , one night at the house our electric was out and she was sitting on the couch with a flashlight , I said hey Rachel hold that beam of light on the bulb and fill it with light ,, you know she sat there for about 10 minutes holding that flashlight on the ceiling bulb and then she said dad this isn't gonna work and started laughing , I truly miss my baby RIP until we meet again loved and missed
Posted by Allen Plum on February 9, 2019
I miss you so much sis I hope wherever you are that you're happier, I love you R.I.P.

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Posted by Miranda Plum on February 10, 2019
I never got to meet Rachel in person. But I do remember having many conversations with her over the phone while she was in the hospital. She was very sweet and was always excited to talk to me because I made Josh so happy. She talked about us all living together one day and getting to have another girl to hang out with. We planned to stay up late watching funny movies and eating junk. I'm sorry we never got to do that Rachel, but I try everyday to make Josh a happy man and I hope you see that. Miss and love you, hun.
Posted by Donald Plum Jr. on February 10, 2019
I remember Rachel had such a great sense of humor and she was so easy to joke with , one night at the house our electric was out and she was sitting on the couch with a flashlight , I said hey Rachel hold that beam of light on the bulb and fill it with light ,, you know she sat there for about 10 minutes holding that flashlight on the ceiling bulb and then she said dad this isn't gonna work and started laughing , I truly miss my baby RIP until we meet again loved and missed
Posted by Allen Plum on February 9, 2019
I miss you so much sis I hope wherever you are that you're happier, I love you R.I.P.
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Sleep over

Shared by Levi Kadunce on February 15, 2019

When Rachel and I were young we were pretty inseparable; always spending the night at each other's houses. One night we decided to play this game where we would ask each other questions and we had to answer in the genre of music the other picked. I remember it drove my parents crazy. It was so much fun though. Such as "Do you have a crush on anyone at school?" Rap about it. The person answering would have to rap about their crush. 


I miss all the times we spent together. Wish I could call her and talk, or hang out.

The cloud factory

Shared by Donald Plum Jr. on February 10, 2019

we lived in hookstown by the shipping port plant and one day Rachel and Bree (her daughter) was with us and she said to Bree see those big towers that's where they make clouds , smiling I said I use to tell you guys that too and she just sat there and said , that is where they make clouds isn't it daddy , I just laughed and when I told her what they do there she said I believed you for all this time and laughed I truly miss my little girl until I can hold you again love you Rachel

My Big Sister

Shared by Ashley Plum on February 9, 2019

Rachel use to play school with myself and our sister Jen. Rachel was Mrs. Bell and she used old school books and would give us fun assignments. I learned a lot from her and I miss those days. I always wish that even for one day, I could go back and tell her how much she meant to me and the family. It's been hard not having her here, I still wait for the phone to ring and I'll hear her happy, cheerful voice again. I can't really remember her voice sometimes, she was an amazing sister, daughter, and mother. 

The world will never be the same without my big sis. 

I love you Rachel, rest easy with pap and them.