In Memoriam

A daughter goes through life thinking she'll stay young forever~ until her mother dies. It is then that she is forced to step up - into the ranks of adulthood.

We realize that, in taking our mother's place, so begins the journey to our own destiny~ As time changes our way of thinking , from a daughter's point of view to a mother's - we come to realize that - as everything in life changes, so too it stays the same.


IN LOVING MEMORY OF MY MOTHER~
Florence E. Gade
January 25, 1930 - March 31, 1993
Florence E. Gade
This is my gift to you, now that you're in heaven. All I can give you now are my loving thoughts. You're gone from my life but not from my heart. I still miss you mom, you were my friend.


IN LOVING MEMORY OF OUR DADS~
Carl J. Gade
April 11, 1923 - August 29, 1998
Carl J. Gade

William J. Whirity Sr.
February 7, 1930 - April 17, 1983
William J. Whirity Sr.
Decades come and decades go, but no amount of time can erase the memories of a father's love

IN LOVING MEMORY OF MY SISTER-IN-LAW~
Darlene Whirity Frost
December 10, 1962 - July 12, 2002
Darlene Whirity Frost
You are gone but not forgotten. Your spunk, your beauty and your joyful spirit lives on in your children. We remember you with laughter; we hold your joy for life closely in our hearts.