Every Brick Has a Story
We celebrate our loved ones' lives by remembering and sharing their stories here.
Nicholas was a bubbly, fun and loving son, brother, nephew, grandson and friend to many. During his 5-1/2 years of life he taught me so much. On May 17, 2004 we lost Nicholas in a car accident. He is loved and missed dearly. I try to picture him at 18 years old and can only see his big smile and hear his belly laugh. I feel like my heart was ripped in half that day. I miss you sweet Nick. All my love, Mommy ❤
We were so excited for our first child. I had an easy, uneventful pregnancy. When I was 40 weeks pregnant we found out his heart no longer beat underneath mine. We had the honor of holding him for a mere 4 hours, giving him all the love we could in a short time. May 31st 2006 will never be our worst day, it was the day we finally got to meet and hold our long awaited son. He was perfect in every way and we miss him. His little sister and little brother help us celebrate his birthday every year and we feel honored to be his parents. "We are richer, by far, having held you a moment than to have never held you at all."
Joseph (Joe) Brunn
No words can describe the openness left when our son went missing and was found in ....heaven. At 23 there's so much more life to be had....thank you God that Joe filled his life with family, friends & Faith. Always remembered every second of every minute of every hour of ...every day.
Anna Catherine Chiles
To my beautiful granddaughter Anna Cate. Even though I never got to see you with your eyes open, or feel your sweet breath on my face, I fell in love with you the moment your Daddy and Mommy, placed you in my arms. You were the most beautiful little baby and loved beyond belief. Your Daddy, Mommy, Grandparents and Uncles, love you and miss you terribly. I know you are a sweet cherub up in Heaven, and one day we will all be together again. So my sweet, little angel, keep watch over your Mommy and Daddy and know that you are loved.
My baby died. Today and everyday, remember. - August 19th, Day of Hope