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“MiMi Mijares” (Mimi.Mijares@bexar.org)

26 February, 2008
“…love is stronger than death…” and I am still us.
MiMi


20 September, 2000

When We Two Parted

When we two parted
In silence and tears,
Half broken-hearted
To sever for years,
Pale grew thy cheek and cold,
Colder thy kiss;
Truly that hour foretold
Sorrow to this.

The dew of the morning
Sunk chill on my brow –
It felt like the warning
Of what I feel now.
Thy vows are all broken
And light is thy fame:
I hear thy name spoken
And share in its shame.

They name thee before me,
A knell to mine ear;
A shudder comes o’er me –
Why wert thou so dear?
They know not I knew thee,
Who knew thee so well: –
Long, long shall I rue thee,
Too deeply to tell.

In secret we met –
In silence I grieve,
That thy heart could forget,
Thy spirit deceive.
If I should meet thee
After long years
How should I greet thee?
With silence and tears.

— Lord Byron

My Darling, Darling, days go by but time stands still. I go through the motions, always one blink away from tears, one breath away from screaming. I love you more and I miss you more each day. Please stand with me while I do my best to be ‘us’ – I am your backup and you are my backup. We promised, forever and beyond. Yours, yesterday, today and tomorrow, MiMi


“MiMi Mijares” (Mimi@arthur.dom.uab.edu)

There is music even in the beauty
And the silent note which cupid strikes,
Far sweeter than the sound of an instrument;
For there is a music wherever there is
A harmony, order, or proportion;
And thus far we may maintain
The music of the spheres.
— Sir Thomas Browne

Bruce, you are the music – still. You are loved.


“Frankie Anderson” (fanderso@hotmail.com)

23 August, 1999

Thank you for loving my dear friend Mimi Mijares. Mimi’s love is pure and everlasting and you touched her heart so thank you through eternity for the courage to “be real”.
Everlasting,
FJA


“MiMi Mijares” (Mimi@arthur.dom.uab.edu)

19 August, 1999

My Precious Love, flowers for you have to be all colors of summer wild flowers decorating a hillside meadow, swaying in a gentle warm breeze in the glow of a spectacular sunset illuminating the Pacific beyond the Golden Gate Bridge. Forever & Beyond, MiMi


“Mickie Ferrante” (mickief@co.dekalb.ga.us)

11 August, 1999

Bruce, I never met you – but I know how much you were loved… and that love goes on and on. May you have eternal peace. Mickie


Phil Baker (pcbaker@ix.netcom.com)

10 August, 1999

To my older brother Bruce with Love from Phil and Pat

Joseph C. Youngerman ❀ Visitors & Flowers

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“Mr. B” (Dogger@ix.netcom.com)
30 November, 1998
What a long and complete life he has had. My prayers are with you. I leave bunches of wild flowers by his memorial.


BLAADEVISION (jimmy@blaadevision.com)
24 September, 1998
I was leaving flowers for my brother today. and I thought everyone should have some flowers, so I leave a lovely dozen of red roses, may god bless you.

Richard Frances York ❀ Visitors & Flowers

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bhardin@tds.net
08 May, 2007
For SSgt York….the best of the best. God bless him and his family.


“Kevin Johnson” (fyork@charter.net)
06 March, 2004
Richard is my brother and is missed very deeply not just by me but by many.


“Skip Holstein” (parmetta@charter.net)
09 October, 2001
It’s nice to see a spot for reflecting on friends long gone. Rich was my best friend for most of my military career. There is not a day goes past that I don’t think of him. He was a great person and a good friend. Skip Holstein
SFC (Ret) US Army


Joyce Follot (galleonslap@webtv.net)
03 March, 2000
These flowers are for Richard Frances York because he served our country.


BLAADEVISION (jimmy@blaadevision.com)
24 September, 1998
today I was leaving flowers for my brother. and I would like to leave flowers for someone who defended our country. may god bless you.

Sarah Reid Wright ❀ Visitors & Flowers

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BLAADEVISION (jimmy@blaadevision.com)
24 September, 1998
today i was leaving flowers for my brother, and i would like to leave some flowers for your sister, may god bless you


Melanie Little (kirikai@vr-net.com)
13 Oct 1997

I was just wandering through, and saw a picture of Sara.. I felt she needed some flowers to be left.. I was admiring her hair and face. She was a beautiful woman.

Thomas Glen Woodward Jr. ❀ Visitors & Flowers

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Heather Woodward (hwood1818@gmail.com)
03 July, 2011
My father, Thomas Glen Woodward Jr.
I miss you so very much, I think about you every day. I wish you was still here with me. It’s been almost 20 years since you’ve been gone, and it only seems like yesterday you were teaching me how to ride my bike. I love you always,
Your daughter,
Heather


JAYHO99@aol.com
26 February, 1999
I came here and there were no flowers. So I must leave some. Thank you, Thomas, for serving our country. As the mother of a serviceman, I know what your sacrifice means particularly to those around you. Rest in peace. My prayers to those who loved you.

Margaret Catherine Williams ❀ Visitors & Flowers

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“Bob” (fcmb@aug.com)
28 October, 2000
Halloween is around the corner as is All Souls day. I will give out full size candy bars just as you and daddy did. Won’t be able to hand out candy too late as Mass is at 7 PM. Miss you and love you. Your son Bobby


26 August, 2000
Hello Mom:
Thought you would be amused that the New Haven Ct Register named you and this cemetery on an article they did recently. We are all fine here. Love Bobby


BLAADEVISION (jimmy@blaadevision.com)
24 September, 1998
today i was leaving flowers for my brother and i would like to leave your mom some flowers, may god bless you