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Born:April 2, 1937
Died:November 22, 2005
Our Mom was a wonderful person who worked in the health care profession for 27 years before retiring in 2003.  She was a hard worker, very dedicated to her job & never complained about anything.  Louise loved jewelry, home decorating, shopping and short driving trips especially to Lancaster County.  She was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in the spring of 2005 and lost her battle a short 8 months later.  She loved her 4 children, 5 grandchildren & 5 great-grandchildren.  Louise will be sadly missed by all of those her knew and loved her... After her diagnosis, we prepared her meals, sorted her medications, assisted her with endless doctor appointments, watched her receive five cycles of chemotherapy treatments and recorded her vital signs. Before she passed away, she never complained about anything. That made us feel better knowing we were doing everything we could for her. Happy Mothers Day. Goodbye Mom, we will always love and miss you.
Mom with Saras  12 birthday March 10 2001.jpg
Mom with grandaughter Sara on her 12th birthday 03-10-2001
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Dad in the Service 1950 Korea.Our Dad passed away on December 11,1979
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A prayer for our Mom
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Mom at 55 class reunion on July 17,1992
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Personal Notes

My Mom was my best friend. I could confide in her about anything and she never judged me. She was always there for me no matter what and I could always count on her. She was taken away from us so suddenly, it still seems so unreal. There are days I wake up and go to call her on the phone and then realize I can't - I love you Mom and I miss you and you will always be in my heart.

Added by Daughter Tina

My Mom was a wonderful person. She was a private, caring and loving mother, for which I miss her more than anything. She was always there when I needed her. I miss her phone calls, taking her to church on Sundays, and the short getaway trips. Mom lost touch with her brothers, and only sister years ago, that was very sad, but nothing can compare to the sadness I'm feeling now. I’ll always remember Eddie Spaghetti.-I love you Mom, I miss you so much, and I will never forget you.
Added by Son Ronnie