ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, TWYLA JEAN (CLIFFORD) BELINSKI 84 years old , born on June 7, 1927 and passed away on December 21, 2011. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Norm/Virginia Stone on June 7, 2012
Well, Twyla's birthday today! She didnt want to make a big deal about it. But, she did remember the kids birthdays. She was all about the kids.We both had our last sons close to the same time. I was a tad over 30 when Jeff was born in Sept. and she was over 40! when Jim was born! She probably would have kept having babies, she loved them so! But , Life was hard and complicated.
Posted by Kathy Clifford on June 7, 2012
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TWYLA WE MISS U VERY MUCH. THERE ISN'T A DAY GO BY THAT WE DON'T THINK OF U. YOU MEANT SO MUCH TO SO MANY LOVE YOU WITH ALL MY HEART.
Posted by James Belinski on June 7, 2012
Well Mom, today would have been your 85th birthday. You lived a long life but you left too soon, so many things I wished I could have said . I miss you dearly and love you with all my heart. Till we meet again. May God keep you in his loving arms.
Posted by Paul Belinski on June 7, 2012
Happy Birthday mom I miss you so much i think of you every day .....

LOVE YOU PAUL
Posted by Paul Belinski on May 28, 2012
Happy Memorial Day Mom I miss you very much love you from your son paul
Posted by TERRY CLIFFORD on May 13, 2012
HAPPY MOTHERS DAY MOM. IT JUST DOES'NT GET ANY EASIER. WISH WE COULD TALK. SO MUCH TO SAY.. MISS YOU MOM
Posted by Paul Belinski on April 8, 2012
HAPPY EASTER MOM I MISS YOU VERY MUCH LOVE PAUL
Posted by Norm/Virginia Stone on April 3, 2012
How long is a lifetime? Twyla's lifetime goes on in my heart for so long as I live. Sound weird?
Anyway, WHO do I talk to now, flesh and blood, who know about the things I remember, to share with and laugh about or shake our heads and feel sorry or bad or sad about something.
Who can give me information I need about family, and on.
Posted by TERRY CLIFFORD on March 30, 2012
Hey Mom, Damn I miss saying that. Well its not getting any easier We think of you every day, everything revolves around you we can feel your presence at the house. Hope you are pleased with everyone and all the decisions that had to be made. You never knew how much you were apart of everyones life untill we meet again .Oh by the way do you like the color of the car?
Posted by Paul Belinski on February 15, 2012
Happy Valentines day Mom I will miss you untill we meet again love you always your son paul belinski
Posted by Delores Montoya on February 15, 2012
Twyla, i know we did not always see eye to eye. But I wanted to let you know that you taught me a lot and I enjoyed sitting on your front porch talking and remembering with you. 
You are missed
Love You Dee Clifford Montoya
Posted by TERRY CLIFFORD on February 12, 2012
Hey Mom. Been wanting to say that for a long time. Boy do I miss you. Damn Mom since you've been gone it seems as if I have nothing but questions. Wish I had paid more attention to all of your home remedies. You had some good ones. Hey Mom, I'll talk to you this Wed.
Happy Valentines Day.. I Love you MOM
Posted by TERRY CLIFFORD on February 7, 2012
MOM YOU WILL ALWAYS BE I N MY HEART AND I MISS YOU EVERY SINGLE DAY AND YOU WILL ALWAYS BE IN MY THOUGHTS UNTILL WE MEET AGAIN LOVE YOU YOUR SON (BUTCH) TERRY CLIFFORD
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Posted by Robert Belinski on June 7, 2019
Well mother yet another year has passed us by and that just means I miss you more than ever before. It’s obvious that this family isn’t going to be together again any time soon without you the glue that held us all together. Anyways today isn’t about them it’s about you and I hope you are enjoying this day up in heaven as it is a very special day for me down here on this disaster of a planet.HAPPY BIRTHDAY
Robert, terri and summer
I truly miss and love you
Posted by Robert Belinski on December 21, 2018
Mom, this has been the saddest day of my life every year since your passing and whoever said it gets easier with time obviously don’t know what they are talking about. I’m still hoping you could somehow pull this family back together but I know it’s a long shot especially when half the family thinks they are better than the rest. Miss you dearly love robert
Posted by Paul Belinski on April 1, 2018
Happy Easter MOM I miss you very much Love Paulie
Recent stories

Summer 1956

Shared by Dorothy Rogerson on July 10, 2012

My dad, Harold Rogerson died in Dec. of 1955, he had promised me he would take me to Nigara Falls. My mom deceided to take a trip to Pa. in the summer of 56. We stayed a few days with Twyla and Paul. Paul had just got out of the hospital for hernia surgery. I was crying outside one evening and Paul ask me why. I told him about my dad'a promise. The next moring mom woke me up at 6 and said get dressed we are going to some place. We got in the car, Mom, Tywla, Butch, Paul, Aunt Elsie, and me (John was scout camp, I think) We drove and drove I kept asking where we were going, no one would tell me. Then I saw a sign that said 30 miles to Nigara Falls, I cried for a long time. I was happy that I was going to see the falls, but sad that my dad wasn't there. Mom told me he was with us. We had a great couple of days. We took a boat under the falls, we got to walk under the falls, we stayed in a nice motel,  we even got to cross the border into Canada, and visit a museum. What a trip! I will always be thankful that Twyla talked Paul into taking us.

Theme parks

Shared by Norm/Virginia Stone on June 7, 2012

When our kids were "babies", and Twyla and Paul went to a theme park, and Norman would working, Twyla would take our kids along. We'd give them money, and she would pile all the kids into the car and off they would go, often other relatives, like the Taylors, from Pa. She never complained. She never came back with horror stories including our kids. That was so appreciated, because we couldnt afford for an adult plus kids, so she would accomadate. That's the way she was.

Twyla, the baby sitter.

Shared by Norm/Virginia Stone on April 3, 2012

If you don't know, 'little Norman" was a hand full. Very bright, stubborn, and ADD. When I was working at Patten State Hospital, and Norman was working at Kaiser Steel Mill, Twyla was hired to baby sit Little Norman after our local sitter moved. Going to Fontana from San Bernardino was quite a trip in those days. Even tho' gas was cheap, so were wages.But, it benefited all of us that she was willing to take care of him when she had three of her own, Cary was a little tyke.Little Norman was aggressive. If he didn't get his own way, he would bite. We were stimied how to break him of it. One day when I got to Twyla and Paul's house on Fairview, Twyla said,"I don't think Normy is going to bite anymore." I said,"Why". She said," Because I told him if he bit one more time, I would bite him back. So,,, He bit me and I bit him back, and he hasn't bitten anymore." ALLRight, Twyla. Fixed that problem.