Condolence & Memory Journal

Dearest Lucile, you were the best mother-in-law ever. You always accepted me, loved me, enjoyed me, loved our kids and always cared. You loved all your grandkids. And all your grandkids are amazingly talented and lovely. Wish you could see them now.

We Love you and I hope to honor you by keeping on no matter what trials we receive.

Yours.
Julia

Posted by Julia Jarvis - Takoma Park, MD - daughter in law   November 26, 2012

Grandma I loved you so much.
I'll miss visiting you every christmas and singing Silent Night with you.
I'll miss you smile and lovely brown hair.
I love you and will never stop thinking of you

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Posted by Jeanne - Takoma Park, MD - granddaughter   November 25, 2012

I really do not know you children who are left to grieve the passing of your mother and to celebrate the life she lived. I was the soprano in the ladies' quartet in the college, and I just remember Lucile as one of my special friends because she was so light-hearted and sometimes "hilarious" as we spent many hours together practicing. I have cherished the many hymns we sang together, and I am so glad that my sister Eula sent me the address so that I could read the obituary because I had lost touch with her until she moved back to Windsor where I visited a time or two.....My sincere condolences to the family. Ann Burger

Posted by Ann (Witmore) Burger - Moravia, IA - Class mate at McPherson College   November 24, 2012

your family is in my thoughts and prayers

Posted by Maggie skytte - McPherson, KS - friend   November 20, 2012