Nancy Lynn Warren (Davis)
My mother with my sister
This is my mother. She passed away when she was 24. During her life she bore myself, my sister, and my little brother and was a wonderful mother. She was bright and crafty, and often experimented in her cooking from trying out applesauce pancakes to corn-flake chicken. She was a bright woman, a loving mother, and was my Legend of Zelda buddy. I miss her deeply.
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My Uncle, he was a proud father of three and an avid Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu fan and a Mixed Martial Arts fan. He left behind two sons to carry on his legacy, a daughter, and a loving wife. I remember being at his house when I found out my mother had passed away, I remember him inviting us over for pool parties, and I remember him introducing us to the Grand Theft Auto video games.
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My cousin, he was a bright young man who was loved by his family and friends. My memories of him are not as abundant as I had hoped, but he was a bright and funny guy who knew how to have a good time. Very optimistic, and had a love for life
Eula Faye Russel(Gose) and Joseph Theodore Russel
My Great-Grandmother and Great-Grandfather
I never got to meet my Great-Grandfather as he died before I was born, but I am told he was a hard-working and industrious man. He was entirely devoted to his wife and children and to making a better life for them. My Great-Grandmother was a stern and loving woman in her adult years and a loving and kind Grandmother in her seniority. I recall seeing her face light up with joy when my siblings and I would go visit her and I fondly remember her obese chihuahua that she adored so much. She was deeply committed to her faith.
These are my people, my family. I do not know if I will see them when I die, but these are the people I honor, with my thoughts, my actions, and my life.
I miss them all, so very much.