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Posted by: In: Memories 09 Nov 2013 0 comments

In the spirit of “Thanks” “giving”….I will always count my blessings for 34 years with you my son. Thank you for all you gave to us, your family, friends and all who knew you! So proud to be your mom.

Posted by: In: Memories 31 Oct 2013 0 comments

Happy Halloween Mike (your favorite)Thanks for all the fun times and great memories….you are forever in our hearts!

Posted by: In: Memories 03 Oct 2013 0 comments

The past 6 months have seemed like 6 years! Michael is and will be forever be loved and missed. Fall and pumpkin time was his favorite…it will always be a beautiful reminder of his beautiful heart and soul…Thank you God for him!

Posted by: In: Memories 29 Sep 2013 0 comments

Hard to believe 6 months has gone by. I think about Mike a lot.There’s so much that reminds me of him. What a great guy. I talk to him all of the time. I tell him about all of the amazing things that have been happening in my life. I also thank him. There’s been times I’ve asked him for help and he’s been there, still. Crazy how time goes by and I realize I’m still the same sad I was 6 months ago. It makes me happy to read about all the great things his family is doing. My plan is to celebrate Mikes life tonight and while I do I know he’ll be with me in spirit as he has been. My prayers will always be with him and his family. I miss you Mike.

Posted by: In: Memories 24 Sep 2013 0 comments

Good Morning Mike,
Sept. 24th is day which I could always expect an early morning call to wish me a HB on your way to work. I miss the goofy “Bailey ” cards you would manage to find. Those days are treasured now, because one of the greatest gifts
I got in life was you. Hopefully you can reap all benefits now for all your hard work on earth.
I love and miss you.

Posted by: In: Memories 11 Sep 2013 0 comments

As I read through the stories and remember 911, that horrific tragedy, I also want to focus on all the wonderful acts of kindness, generosity and stories of total strangers “giving back” to ease pain and heal our country. It truly restored my faith in humanity back then.

Recently I experienced that same compassion first hand which was of course on a much smaller scale, but none-the-less, so healing! At our son’s garage sale/fundraiser we experienced total strangers helping each other load and even deliver furniture, others buying items and then returning the following day to give us their household items to sell for donation to our son’s foundation. Generous grandparents helping their struggling grandchildren purchase items for college dorms and apartments, nurses and other medical professionals offering to donate without purchasing and offering words of comfort, offers to toast our son and pray for our family when using his wine and other glasses, neighbors stopping by to donate on their way out of town on vacation, family members taking time off work and time away from babysitting to help me out, a cherished cousin who lent me her cash box to use(which was filled with change, 1′s and five dollar bills for donation), so many friends who stopped by to purchase things they didn’t need or probably even want, those offering their love and support, a generous friend writing a very generous check to our son’s foundation. The stories go on and on. THANK YOU so very much!!! You turned a difficult task into a precious memory which helped us all heal.

My prayers go out to all who have lost their cherished loved ones, in hopes that you will be as blessed as I am.

Posted by: In: Memories 28 Aug 2013 0 comments

ps….we decided not to have the Halloween Walk/fundraiser this year for various reasons, but please watch this site for information regarding the upcoming ski trip in his memory

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Thank you so for sharing your memories & stories about Mike. We look forward to reading them