Memorial Wall

We have created this space to pay homage to, honor, and remember our little ones, family members, relatives, and loved ones we have lost recently or over the years. If you would like to add your memorial to our wall, please e-mail us and we'll add it to the wall. Please include all the pertinent information like names, dates, and a message if you like (please no more than 500 words, spell checked). We extend our deepest sympathies to your families. You can use the search below to find your specific memorial or browse through the pages.

In loving memory of Aimee and Landry Hartshorn

In loving memory of Aimee and Landry Hartshorn. On June 28, 2003 their lives came to an end in a car accident. On July 4th, Landry was going to celebrate his first birthday, his loving mother Aimee was only 25. Her husband and 3-year-old son are recovering from injuries sustained in the accident. Their lives were short, but the love they left will continue on. They have touched so many people's hearts and lives. You will be missed. You had such big dreams for the boys and Landry never had the opportunity to even try to achieve them. I will miss having our kids grow up together and doing everything that we had planned to do with each other. I promise you I will do everything I can to help your husband and oldest son through this, and keep them close. I never realized how much of an impact you made on my life, until you were gone. I never said, "I Love You" to you and the baby. You will never be forgotten.
   --Friends Forever, Jennifer Maley

Ian Wilford McCarthey born & died September 19, 2002

Ian Wilford McCarthey born & died September 19, 2002. Precious little Ian, not a day goes by that I don't remember you. It took me eight years to get pregnant, and losing you when I was 21-weeks along hit me so hard. You are always in my thoughts, and I know that Grampa Quist is telling you all about me. I am doing the best I can here on earth so that we can be together forever. Mommy loves you.

To my sweet "Little Bit"

To my sweet "Little Bit" May 13, 2003 and Granny Wilma Arnold January 1, 2003. Little Bit you have taught me how to love even when I could not see or feel, and Granny, you taught me to love life. The greatest pain was when each of you left me and the greatest joy was to know you are together. Take care of each other till I see you both again. I love you both more than life itself.