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Still miss them--In Loving Memory

Discussion in 'Cancer Survivors and Loved Ones' started by jons, Sep 27, 2010.

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  1. jons

    jons Super Member ECF Veteran

    Aug 27, 2010
    Hot Hot Hot South
    This thread is to remember those who we miss. Just post the love ones name and maybe a fact or two about them.
     
  2. jons

    jons Super Member ECF Veteran

    Aug 27, 2010
    Hot Hot Hot South
    Harold... Father of three,
    EMT, FireFighter, left us at the age of 45
     
  3. trukinlady

    trukinlady Resting In Peace ECF Veteran

    Feb 24, 2010
    Missouri, USA
    This is in loving memory of my parents:

    William 11/26/1927 - 6/19/1981
    Faye 9/2/1926 - 5/26/2009

    I miss them so much! But I know they have gone home to a better place. I'll see them again someday!
     
  4. Kelly2632

    Kelly2632 Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Jan 28, 2011
    Buford, GA
    I posted a link to my personal blog over in The Women's Room... It is the story of my Mom's brief battle with Pancreatic Cancer...

    Date of Birth: 07/04/43
    Date of Diagnosis: 07/07/10
    Date of Death: 07/15/10

    Here's the link again... Thanks for reading!

    Winning In Our Lives: Pancreatic Cancer - My Mom's Story
     
  5. trukinlady

    trukinlady Resting In Peace ECF Veteran

    Feb 24, 2010
    Missouri, USA
    Kelly, my heart goes out to you!! You and your family are in my prayers!! I understand completely what it's like to lose your parent so suddenly. There are no words to describe it.

    Thank you so much for sharing your Mom's story here! It truly touched my heart!
     
  6. Kelly2632

    Kelly2632 Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Jan 28, 2011
    Buford, GA
    Thank you, T ...
     
  7. Nev

    Nev Super Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 8, 2011
    Las Vegas
    My mom 12/14/47 to 07/01/09, liver cirhossis (teetotaller)
    My dad 04/11/36 to 09/28/10, lung cancer
    My uncle 03/23/40 to 03/20/05 liver cirhossis (sober 30+ years)
    My grandma 11/18/1912 to 05/12/91, lung cancer
    My grandpa 03/24/1909 to 08/12/86, COPD and lung cancer

    I miss you all and see the pattern. May I break the chain. RIP
     
  8. trukinlady

    trukinlady Resting In Peace ECF Veteran

    Feb 24, 2010
    Missouri, USA
    Yes! You have broken the chain! AMEN!
     
  9. Beans

    Beans Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jan 25, 2011
    Missoula Montana
    Memaw, my beautiful grandmother died of lung cancer. I held her hand as she took her last breath and left. I miss her everyday even after 15 years.
     
  10. trukinlady

    trukinlady Resting In Peace ECF Veteran

    Feb 24, 2010
    Missouri, USA
    Beans,
    I'm so sorry for your loss! The ache of losing someone you love never really goes away, but, with time, it sometimes eases a bit. I lost my mother 2 years ago the 26th of this month. I miss her so much! But she still lives on in her children, and grandchildren, as does your grandmother.
    Thank you for sharing your memories of her.

    'T'
     
  11. Beans

    Beans Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jan 25, 2011
    Missoula Montana
    Thank you T. I'm sorry you lost your mother. Believe it or not, the pain of missing her gives me some comfort. I just think there are some people in our life time that were never meant to get over. It's a testament of our love for that person. :)
     
  12. trukinlady

    trukinlady Resting In Peace ECF Veteran

    Feb 24, 2010
    Missouri, USA
    This is in loving memory of my precious Mother. It was 2 years ago today that she was called home to be with the Lord. I miss her very much, but I know I will see her again someday! Our family was truly blessed when He chose her to be our mother, and I will always be thankful for her unconditional love and guidance throughout my life.
     
  13. metalmomma

    metalmomma Full Member

    Jul 4, 2011
    west by God virginia
    you guys made me cry.
    My Mommy - lung cancer - 10-10-2005. She was 67 years young
    My Daddy - lung cancer - 11-01-2009. He was 73 years young.
    I hope me and my sweet sister have broken that chain. She is 3 weeks vaping and I am 6 weeks.

    I have to share with you wonderful people that it is only on this forum that I have been able to share about this. I don't feel like I am judged or they are judged. Hearing..."oh, did they smoke?" when i told someone what they died of damned near broke my heart. They were warm and loving, fun to be with, the best of friends to many, and to each other. My Daddy held her hand on their 48th wedding anniversary and told her how much he loved her...3 days later she was gone. No one can ever take that away from me I know. They left a legacy of love and hope. For my Daddy and Mommy, I'm gonna go vape some Wild Cherry Pepsi.
     
  14. trukinlady

    trukinlady Resting In Peace ECF Veteran

    Feb 24, 2010
    Missouri, USA
    metalmomma;
    I'm so sorry to hear of your loss!! You or your parents won't be judged here!
    I'm amazed at the insensitivity of people sometimes. It hurts to lose your parents, no matter how they have passed on. It sounds like they loved each other, and their children, very much. Their legacy lives on in you. My Mom loved Pepsi..vape some for her too?

    Take care and God Bless!
    'T'
     
  15. MrsCasey

    MrsCasey Pink Spot Fanatic Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jun 23, 2011
    Long Beach, CA
    In Loving Memory of Peggy Lorraine Cornman (Podovinnikoff) - January 23, 1944 through July 3, 2008

    A victim of Bladder, Kidney, Lymph, Metastisized Cancer and of the lack of health care provided by the County Hospital she was forced to go to due to not being able to afford Health Insurance. She was scared to go to the County Hospital due to a terrible experience there over a decade before and was trying to make it to her 65th birthday to qualify for Medicare and go to a hospital with a good reputation. She didn't make it. The experience was shocking, quick, traumatic and I just thank God that he led me to obtain Hospice Care for her and she did not have to experience constant pain. It is a strange experience to love someone so deeply and at the same time pray that they would let go and go to God so their suffering will stop. Cancer is a disgustingly evil disease and I pray that we can find a way to beat it.
     
  16. Up1tree

    Up1tree Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Feb 11, 2009
    SoCal, USA
    This is for the ones I have lost. My Uncles Jack, Casey, and Butch, my Nanna, Grandma Anita, Grandpa Milo, my aunts Winnie, Pauleen, Mary, and Amy. <3
     
  17. trukinlady

    trukinlady Resting In Peace ECF Veteran

    Feb 24, 2010
    Missouri, USA
    They live on in your heart!
     
  18. Didier Aubin
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