Tom,Brenda and family... so sorry to hear of your loss. I fondly remember your mother both on the golf course and at St. Johns. She will be missed by all who knew her.
Tom....Very sorry to hear about your mom. I remember her as a terrific lady. Hope all is well with Brenda and kids.
What a treasure trove of memories we have of our Aunt Gayle. She was just so much fun to be with when we vsited our grandparents and relatives in Wisconsin. Aunt Gayle and Uncle Bob's house was always a favorite because you felt so loved and welcomed there. And even though Uncle Bob died many years ago, it's impossible to separate Aunt Gayule from memories of him as well. Aunt Gayle stayed with us in Baltimore when Uncle Bob was stationed in Ft. Meade, Md.before he was shipped out to Europe with Patton's Army. I like to think we helped her through those tearful days that follwed. Thankfully, there were many happy times to come. The joy of their days was when Thomas Owen entered thteir lives. I feel so sad that Uncle Bob never got to meet his wife Brenda and those precious grandsons David and Matthew. He would have joined Aunt Gayle in the love and pride she felt for each one of you. We were a big, loving family and I like to think of that reunion they are sharing in Heaven. I can just picture all the hugs and kisses and wonderful stories that are being shared. We are so thankful for them and today honor the beautiful life of our dear Aunt Gayle.
It was with great sadness that we read of your mothers passing. I thought about her many times over the years. She was a wonderful woman and I always enjoyed visiting with her. She will be deeply missed by all who knew her.
What a remarkable lady! Uncle Bob and Aunt Gayle always made you feel special when you visited them. She was such a love to our Uncle Bob, particularly after his long absence and return from WWII. She understood him. Their Tom lit up their lives! And, she was so proud of Tom and his soap box derby victories!! It was a fantastic derby car. I will remember her smile and her unique laughter (more like a chuckle). We all liked her company. When she came to visit for our mother's 75th birthday, we felt the Wisconsin/Meyers family was well represented! I loved her stories and her memory of little things that made her stories come alive. Our thoughts and prayers are with you in your sorrow, Tom and family. We will also celebrate her life and remembrance of our dear Aunt Gayle as we gather together to worship our Lord and Saviour this Sunday.
I share the Meyer's family sorrow. I remember Gayle as a vibrant, lovely lady with a winning smile. So sorry for your loss.