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C-Mem-NavitskasIn loving memory of


January 15,1943-December 14,2003


Missing you at Christmas


Everyday without you,

Since you had to go,

Is like summer without sunshine,

and winter without snow.

I wish that I could talk to you.

There’s so much I would say.

Life has changed so very much,

Since you went away.

I miss the bond between us,

And I miss your kind support,

You’re in my mind and in my heart,

And every Christmas thought.

I’ll always feel you close to me,

and though you’re far from sight,

I’ll search for you among the stars

that shine on Christmas night.


I love and miss you dearly,

Your daughter,Tammy 

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In Loving Memory of Beverly B. Navitskas

January 15, 1943 – December 14, 2003

The moment that you died,
My heart split in two;
The one side filled with memories,
the other died with you.
I often lie awake at night,
when the world is fast asleep;
I take a walk down memory lane,
with tears upon my cheeks.
Remembering you is easy,
I do it every day,
But missing you is a heartache,
that never goes away.
I hold you tight within my heart,
and there you will remain;
Life has gone on without you,
but it will never be the same.

I love and miss you everyday Mom,
Your daughter Tammy

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In Loving Memory Beverly B. Navitskas

Jan. 15 1943 – Dec. 14, 2003

“Our Mother was the heart of our home.
Her presence was a comfort and strength.
She blessed our lives in so many ways
Through the selfless service she gave.
And as we remember the gifts of her life
All the ways she cared for our family
We honor her love and her sacrifice
A dedication that was clear for all to see.
As children we knew we could count on her
For she helped us all the time
From schoolwork, to making us Barbie-doll birthday cakes
And keeping us warm with those hats and Mittens she made.
Mother had a fun and creative mind,
And every single Holiday.
Her traditions lent a meaningful touch
For she determined to make these times special
Building memories for a family she loved
And we knew how very blessed we were
To have a Mother as wonderful as this..
More than a mother, she was our counselor
and friend who patiently listened and guided each of us. There is so much that our Mother meant to us. Only in our family can her true influence be known. For she loved us with all her soul. Throughout a lifetime Mother was truly the heart of our home!!

I love and miss you Mom
Your Daughter, Tammy

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