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Don't Say Good-Bye

Sometimes It's hard
to understand why
Someone you love
must be taken away from you.

But I want to tell you
That I'm not too far away,
And I've been watching over you
You'll be mine again some day.

Don't say good-bye my son,
I want you to smile my friend,
Believe in forever,
That's what I want you to do.

Don't hang your head down low,
I'll help you to carry your load,
I know that you're waiting,
for me to come home.

Don't say good-bye my son,
I want you to smile my friend,
Believe in forever,
That's what I want you to do.

Don't Say Good-Bye
Lorrene Taylor Curtis (1961-2008)

NOTE:Written in the 1980's.

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In Memoriam In Memoriam
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Pat Posey
b: 8/3/1930
d: 7/6/2014
Service: 07/10/2014, 3:00 pm
St Francis Episcopal Church Fellowship Hall

Edwin Munson
b: 10/16/1924
d: 7/3/2014
Service: 07/10/2014, 11:00 am
St Francis Episcopal Church

 

They Live OnThey Live On

   Those we love remain with us
   For love itself lives on;

   Cherished memories never fade
   Because one loved is gone.

   Those we love can never be
   More than a thought apart;

   For as long as there’s a memory,
   They live on within our heart.

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