Condolence & Memory Journal

Bless up

Posted by Michael Curry - San Diego, CA - Family   November 06, 2017

I did not personally know Mr. Smith, but I wanted to leave a message for his granddaughter Samantha. I know what it is like to lose a grandparent, as I was very close to my own grandmother who passed a few years ago. I am sending you my thoughts. I know we don't really know each other well, but I am always available if you need a shoulder to cry on or just need to talk. Take care and remember that your memories will always be alive if you keep them that way.

Posted by Veronica Tack - BATTLE CREEK, MI - Acquaintance   July 28, 2017

Dear Ethel and Walt, You may not remember me but I am Linda Morley.
When I was a kid we used to play softball in the street by your house. I remember all of you so very fondly and when I do I smile. It seems only a minute ago that we all knew each other.
Please accept my sincere heart-felt sympathy at Wayne's passing. Remembering you all in our prayers.
Peace, blessings and deepest sympathy.

Posted by Liinda Warren (Morley) - Battle Creek, MI - Family Friend   July 27, 2017

Ethel - This is Bev Stoner from 95 S. Cedar. I am so sorry for your loss. I will always remember when you and Wayne babysat me during the day while my parents worked in the summer time. Ethel used to get so angry when Rick and I would play monopoly because it always ended in an argument, ha ha. I remember Wayne coming home from work and sitting cross-legged on the floor in front of the TV. Another memory I have is that he loved to dip his cookies in his coffee in the morning. Please remember all of the happy memories. I will be praying for you.


Posted by Beverly Stoner-Russell - Battle Creek, MI - Neighbor   July 25, 2017