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Dean Richard Chapman Sr.

C-MEM-ChapmanDean Richard Chapman Sr.

October 24, 1966 to April 10, 1986

“Music speaks what cannot be expressed

soothes the mind and gives it rest

heals the heart and makes it whole

flows from heaven to the soul.”

Remembering all the good times and looking forward to making music with you again in God’s Kingdom.

We all miss you!

Love Your Family

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In Loving Memory

C-mem-Goller-Sr-1Richard E. Goller Sr


C-mem-Goller-Jr-2Richard E. Goller Jr


Without them in it

The world hasn’t been the same

Those two dark haired hansome men

With the Goller last name

They made us laugh

They made us smile

They may have even made us mad

Every once in a while

But as most of you know

With their side slanting grins

They could liven the crowd

And bring laughter to friends

Reminiscing today

Not even time erases

The memory of their humor

As grins spread on our faces

We love and miss you Dick and Buzz!

The Goller Family

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12C-mem-Hibbard-webROBERT E. HIBBARD

September 1, 1936 – March 28, 2007

We miss you.

Pat & Children

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In Memory of


A little mite so full of love

Who stole my heart when she arrived

My heart’s full of happiness for the time that we shared

And for all of the reasons I had to care

That love has never wandered away

For it is here, forever to stay

Now 15 years have come and gone

The age that she was when God called her home

She shall rest in peace, sweet little “Sis”

For the memories of her are still held so close

Love Aunt Judy

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January 16, 1959 to March 12, 2011

It has been four years

Since you left us.

Remembering you is easy,

we do it every day.

It’s just the pain of losing

You that never goes away.

Dearly loved and never forgotten.

Your loving family,

Mom & Dad & Sister 

Cindy Westveld

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October 6, 1953 – March 2, 2014

Husband, Father, Grandfather

One year ago you went to be with The Lord after a long, hard battle you fought against cancer. We all miss you dearly.

Love, your wife Luanne Menefee; children, Christine, Daniel, Dennis; grandchildren, Jeremy, Ryan, Abbie, Emilee, Mikala, Daniel Jr., Schorian; great-grandchildren, Tyanna, Layla, Aiden

We love and miss you.

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In Memory


January 16, 1931 – February 22, 2010

Those we love can

Never be more than

A thought apart.

As long as there is memory,

They’ll live on in the heart.

Your loving family

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C-mem-Welch-fcOctober 21, 1930 – January 30, 2009

In loving memory of our mother and grandmother who passed away six years ago.

We will always remember the happiness you brought to our lives.

Mike, Sarah, and Terry, Jane and Nick, Jenna, Brian, Luke, Jake and Molly

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June 21, 1921 – February 4, 2010

February 11, 1920 – June 23, 2010

We can’t believe it’s been 5 years.

We will never take for granted

How greatly we’ve been blessed,

For when it comes to parents,

Mom and Dad, you are the best!

You nurtured and protected us,

And taught us with great care.

And every time we’ve needed you,

You were always there.

Although our hearts are broken,

We know you’re in His care.

Your memory will remain alive,

Until we join you there.

We miss you every day,

Your Loving Family

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Richard M. Reed Sr.

C-Memorial-ReedIn loving memory

Richard M. Reed Sr.

October 9, 1933-January 4, 2004


Not how did he die, but how did he live?

Not what did he gain, but what did he give?

These are the units to measure the worth

Of a man as a man, regardless of birth.

Not, what was his church, nor what was his creed?

But had he befriended those really in need?

Was he ever ready, with word of good cheer,

To bring back a smile, to banish a tear?

Not what did the sketch in the newspaper say,

But how many were sorry when he passed away?

It’s been 10 years, but we still miss you and think of you everyday.

Love, your family


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