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“Carlos Barba” (
17 April, 2003
Beloved Craig:
It is hard to believe that ten years have passed. We have missed you so much and our memories will forever last. What it meant to lose you no one will ever know. Our hearts still ache with sadness and secret tears still flow. The days we do not think of you are very hard to find. We do not need a special day to bring you to our minds. Our thoughts are always with you, your place no one can fill in life; we loved you dearly. In death we love you still. Love forever: Philip, Mom, Nanny, Robbie and your family.

“Philip T Hidalgo” (
20 May, 2002
April 1, 2002. Your brief journey in this planet ended nine years ago. Very gallantly and brave you faced death: you knew that death is only a door to trespass. You have not lost contact with us, in many forms you keep telling us “I am alive and well” “I love you all”. Your memory is kept within us like a flame never to cease, always bright and creative. It is the real flame of unconditional love. Love always! Philip
23 August, 1999
Knew you from birth and was able to enjoy watching you grow. My Mother watched you for a little while. You grew up into a fine, kind and loving person. Who loved and enjoyed life, his family and his soul mate. Always enjoyed the jobs we worked together. We always worked hard but you made it more enjoyable. Also enjoyed the parties and watching you dance. You were such a natural. Everyone misses you and your smiling face. God bless you always and may you find the peace of all understanding… Love. Carol & Lloyd Blouin

“Linda H Tillman” (
12 August, 1999
On April 1, 1993, the world became a poorer place. That was the day we lost you, Craig, from our physical reality. But, in my heart, you are always there, smiling, laughing, cracking jokes and most especially – dancing! You were so handsome, so full of fun and so full of life. A party was not a party unless you were there. You inherited your mother’s flair for dancing and ability to make everyone feel welcome. I can still see you making the rounds, making sure all the “older” ladies got the opportunity to dance. I can’t even count the number of your mother’s friends that you made feel so special by taking their hand and whirling them around the dance floor. You had such good manners and so much style. We all miss you, Craig, and always will. God Bless You and give you the peace and rest you so richly deserve. My love always, your “Aunt” Linda