My deepest condolences on your loss. Please know that many people are thinking about you and are here to help you through this.
Guy can I come oddie? – the famous words of Gina. What I wouldn’t give to come oddie and see you and grandpa sitting on the couch with smiles on your faces. Grandma I know your in a much better place and no longer in any pain, I’m not going to tell you to take care cause I know you are being taken care of. What I do need from you is to take care of our family. I am going to ask you to please watch over your family and please let this not tear our family apart but bring us closer together. Things could go in the the wrong direction and that is where I need your help in bringinh us together. I will always remember you and will always remember our birthday lunches we had. You will always be in my memories every time I eat guacamole, we had that special bond when it came to Mexican food. I am so thankful I had you in my life all these years.
There are so many things I wish I could’ve told you. For one I wish I could’ve told you I love you, I don’t think we all say that enough. I wish you all the best in heaven and I hope you are in a better place now. I pray that you will watch over the family. Remember to say Hello to Allison, Grandma and Grandpa Farrell for me. Try and watch over Grandpa for us. We all still need him with us. Make sure if he is in pain you help him, we don’t want him to suffer. I pray that he will be able to meet my baby when it is born in April, So when he comes back to you he can tell you all about him or her. I know how much you wanted to meet the baby, since it would’ve been your first Great-Grandchild. I will tell the baby stories about how we spent every Christmas Eve after church With you and Grandpa. Also how every first week of school we would call you and tell you about since your birthday always landed on the first day or so. I will also share with him or her about the trips to the Rosemont expo with Steve, Cindi, and Tara and how much fun they were. I miss those years. I’m gald I got to share some memories with you. Not everyone gets to say they had a wonderful Grandma, but I believe I had/have some of the best Grandparents a person could have. I pray my Mother will be as good of Grandma as you were to my baby. Well since she learned from you I think she has no problem. You know your family misses you a lot and will always remember you. We love you and miss you very much. Love always, Nicole, Gary and baby Geiger too.
Dear Mom: I miss you so much. I’ll miss that I can’t pick up the phone and hear your voice-you were always there for us. For 28 years we sat next to each other every Sunday at Church. First Dad, then you, me, Steve,Tara & Dan. Yesterday you weren’t there on my right. Your spot was empty. So many Sundays expecially the summer Sundays we would go out to eat after church. We will miss those times enjoying your company. We enjoyed the same books, hanging out at Vic Tanney & you attened all of Tara’s school activities. It was great that you were always there with us. We have loads of memories especially from all the trips we took together. As Tara & I went through the pictures she was happy to see we had one of the mouthwash incident. We’ll always remember what you told Tara about the forsythias on one Easter trip. We will treasure all the memories & until we see each other in heaven we’ll be looking for those pennies. LOVE
Tara Uyhely and Dan Roslawski
We are really going to miss you Grandma. You were a wonderful person to share so many of my childhood memories. I still remember the time when we were swimming at a hotel and in the locker room they had little cups to use mouthwash. She kept telling me that I should try it and I told her I didn’t think it was mouthwash since it was brown. She insisted and tried it and it turned out to be deodorant. Her face puckered and she spit it out. I will never look at mouthwash without thinking of her. She made the BEST french toast. She would make it when she used to watch me in the morning before school. I will never forget the smell of it. She always made Christmas Eve after church a fun time. We would go to her house look at her tree and eat snacks. Our family took a lot of trips with her as I was growing up. We spent many Easter’s together and ate a lot of brunches. We will remember her many days of our lives as we have so many memories of her. We will miss you grandma. I love you!