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Condolence From: Rainey
Condolence: To My Beloved Sister, Rosemary:

My dearest Rosemary how can it be
That our final good-bye came so suddenly?

Just yesterday with lots of glee
We spoke of the desk you found for your TV.

I hear our final words over and over;
A tearful reminder of the loss I now endure.

Yet I know your kind soul wishes me no tears or pain.
Instead it's our fond memories and love you wish to remain.

Still, I struggle in my disbelief
For my heartache knows no relief!

No matter where I go or what I do
I'm reminded of everything I shared with you.

Oh how I miss the sweetest things you would pursue;
Birthday and holiday cards just to name a few.

A cherished feathery cardinal Christmas ornament;
Together, we celebrated many moments well spent.

A pink peony; A box of green tea:
So many smiles you bestowed upon me!

Your forgiving and understanding heart
Are the bonds that we've shared from the start.

So now I pray that you are resting peacefully
With all your loving animals next to mom, daddy and of course, Larry.

Until the time when I, too, will once again be with you,
In my heart and soul you will remain, forever and always true and true!

In loving memory,
Rainey
Sunday February 19, 2017
Condolence From: Lori
Condolence: My heart is broken. Rose was a sister to me for over 25 years. We met, of course, over dogs. A friend of mine was interested in rescuing a dog and answered an ad Rose had placed in the paper. She did not want to make the drive by herself so I tagged along. We were family from that day on. We were like sisters, and as such we shared all of our good and bad. Rose had lots of bad growing up, but she found her happy in Larry and her love of animals. Larry was the love of her life and she never came across an animal that she wouldn't help. I still have two of my "Rose" dogs and my brother has one. In spite of all that she went through in her early years, it never soured her on love and kindness. She was the kindest, sweetest and most loving soul to ever walk the face of the earth. I will deeply miss my friend.
Monday January 30, 2017
Condolence From: Johanna Gaydos
Condolence: Aunt Rosemary was my mama's older sister. When we were younger we would make the LONG drive from Georgia to Pennsylvania and always stopped to see her and Larry. She always had so many animals (any kind). That was one thing she had in common with her siblings, their enormous love of all God's creatures.

She was so loved and will be missed. I know she won't want us to mourn her loss but celebrate her life. She's with her love and both her parents at peace.
Friday January 27, 2017
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