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41-C-Mem-Tibbe-webOctober 15, 2003


Life is a beautiful memory.

His death is a silent grief.

He sleeps in God’s beautiful garden

In sunshine of perfect peace.

I miss him, oh so much.

But realize God knew best.

He let me have him many years.

Then gently bid him rest.


Sadly missed by his wife, children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren

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Grannis Memorial

41C-Memorial-Grannis-webDORIS E. GRANNIS

July 17, 1920 – October 13, 2012



December 10, 1914 – November 20, 1988


Mom, it’s been just a year since you left us. Dad, you’ve been gone 25 years. It seems like only yesterday you were: sitting in your favorite spot at the Red Flannel Parade, camping at Round Lake, singing Christmas carols in the car, building our floats in the barn, watching us play in the band, square dancing together, sharing veggies from your garden and eating homemade ice cream.

The memories linger and we miss you so!


Your “kids”,

Sue, Sal, Dan, Jon, Mary, Dena and families

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October 10, 1992


Mom, we know you were there September 17th to witness the arrival of the wonderful gift we received, Miss Lila Ann Weidenfeller. We know you will be whispering in her ears and singing her lullabies, reading her bedtime stories as she’s slowing closing her eyes. We know you will be holding her hand as she learns to walk and listening to her with a smile on your face as she’s learning to talk. We all know you will be the BEST GREAT GRANDMA because you will never be far away. And we all will share our thoughts and memories with her every single day.


We love you.

We miss you.

Dad, kids, grand kids, & Lila

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1932 – 2013


Dear Pride,

This October 9th is our 60th Anniversary.

I used to think if anything happened to you, I wouldn’t be able to handle it, but you had been sick for so long at the time of your funeral I got through it fairly well. But now I miss you so much I’m grieving every day without you. I wish I would have talked to you more about our good times and going places and raising our family.

I always felt I could turn the world upside down being married to you.




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October 5, 2005


The pleasure you gave to all of us won’t be forgotten. We love you. You were special.


Lily, children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren.


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13 long years, so many things have happened, some wonderful and some not. Just knowing you are up above watching over us everyday, keeping us safe, puts our minds at ease. We miss you and love you very much.



Your family


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38C-MEM-Dennis SalmonDeath leaves a heartache that no one can heal.
Love leaves a memory no one can steal.
It has been 20 years since you left us with bittersweet holes in our hearts.
We love you.
You are deeply loved & sadly missed,
Linda, Darsalyn, Scott, Kelly, April, & many, many other friends & family.
p.s. the Grandkids are awesome.
You would be so very proud of them all.

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C-MEM-MongarAugust 29, 1939 – May 15, 2004

December 22, 1941 – September 7, 2011


Remember all the times we had,

Some were great and some were sad.

But you know that in the end,

Our love was stronger than when we began.

No unforgiven sins and no regrets,

Just the times of our lives that we’ll never forget.


Together again, forever.


Miss you everyday,

Keith and Linda Mann, Michael Mann, Melanie, Tim and Evie Todd

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C-MEM-RobertHibbardSeptember 1, 1936 to March 28, 2007


Today was the day

So many years ago,

You came into this world,

The greatest gift we have known.


Father, we know you’re watching,

We know you’re looking down,

Your birthday is today,

We know you are always around.


Your loving daughter Denise and granddaughter Melinda


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C-MEM-StJohnsJanuary 28, 1943 to August 7, 2003


It’s been 10 years since you left us,

Our hearts are split in two.

The one side filled with memories,

The other died with you.

We often lay awake at night,

When the world is fast asleep.

We take a walk down memory lane,

With tears up our cheeks.

Remembering you is easy, we do it everyday,

But missing you is a heartache, that never goes away.

We hold you tight within our hearts,

And there you will remain.

Life has gone without you,

But it will never be the same.


With love always,

Sisters, brothers, children, grandchildren & great grandchildren

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