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.

Only 14 weeks you spent with me

Only 14 weeks you spent with me, each day is embedded in my memories. I never touched your precious skin or heard your newborn cry. But within my heart is where you reign as well as with God on high. God blessed me with you for such a short time. But a lesson was what you held, hold on tight to those around you for even though love goes on and on a precious life can be cut so short. Embrace each day as if the last and shine your light and love around. My Isaiah was here, now only memories. One day I shall see you again my precious boy, await me by the gates. Miscarriage October 1995 at 14 weeks.
  Michelle Spradlin

In Loving Memory of Rachael Ann Boyett

In Loving Memory of Rachael Ann Boyett, 21 June 2002 (22 weeks) "Our Little Star"
We look up to the stars in heaven, and know that you are near. You see us down on Earth, and help us not to fear. We know that you are with us, every breath that we shall take. For when our hearts our grieving, inside peace you'll help to make. We'll think of you daily, in our memory you'll always be, a child loved much more than words, or others could ever see. So precious Rachael Ann, you'll always be our shining star, guiding mom and dad (and baby brother or sister soon to be) with peace, never very far.
I love you sweet Rachael, with all of my heart, Mom (Shari G. Boyett).

To our sweet angel

To our sweet angel that we lost August 2002. Our hopes and dreams for you weren't fulfilled, but you will live forever in our hearts. Thank you for watching over us this past year. Maybe someday you'll have a baby brother or sister to watch over, too. You're always in our thoughts.
   --Kelly Lusk