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 memory of my beautiful

In memory of my beautiful twin boys Josh and Joey who died within two weeks of each other after their birth on February 2, 2001. They were born too early but they still blessed us with presence for a few weeks before going to Heaven!
   --Love mommy

To my sweet little bean

To my sweet little bean.
You were going to be Mommy and Daddy's first little baby. We were so excited when we found out about you. We lost you on May 16, 2003 at 6 weeks. It was honestly the saddest day I have ever had. Mommy is now 6 weeks along with your brother or sister. I am scared to lose this little pea. Please watch over Mommy and the new little baby. We all love you so much and I still cry when I think of the all the wonderful things we could have done together. I know that you are in heaven smiling down on your family. You will always be Mommy's first little bean. I love you sweetheart. Daddy and I know you are with Grandma Liz (who left us June 2003) laughing and having fun. She knew about you and when she left us I am sure she was surprised to have you waiting for her. I feel you both loving me.
   --Lisa Frank

Robert Alfred Owens

Robert Alfred Owens March 28, 2002 to January 25, 2003. Robert suffered from infantile spasms (a form of epilepsy), acid reflux, a steroid enlarged heart (HCM) and developmental delays. His acid reflux became so bad he was scared to eat and had to have tube feedings. He got shots daily for three months and then had a tube shoved down his nose. I can't count the number of blood draws. Through it all Robert remained a happy loving baby. He loved people and wanted to play with the nurses and technicians after they had stuck him with a needle. Everyone who met him loved him.

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