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~Because Mom loved her flowers....
Mom and Dad's passion was their flower gardens.  Dad had a knack for growing  Gladiolas.
One year he grew a long row of gladiolas down their driveway,

Photo of Gladioli

it was so breath-taking that a local neighbor acquisitioned  them for her wedding.


Please take a moment to check out a book that was sent to me by a new friend. It truly is a Small World, when women can find each other through a common cause. I am so blessed to be a part of this world! :)


 

Product Description

Momma and Me is a true story of a mother and a daughter who simultaneously suffer cancer - one ovarian, one breast. The memoir highlights the experiences of mother and daughter during a six year period, 1991-1997. Virtually all women and those who love them have been, are being, or will be touched by similar, real-life experiences. It is the author's hope this story will reach out to those people and help to guide them through the maze.
 

About the Author

Cherie Schofield has lived in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, most of her life, having moved there at the age of seven with her family. She received two bachelor's degrees (Sociology and Elementary Education) from Louisiana State University and taught briefly before becoming a probation officer for Baton Rouge City Court. The bulk of her adult life, however, has been spent as a stay-at-home mom and community volunteer. Her goals at the age of 59 are to laugh and to love and to spread both as much as possible. If you are interested in having the author speak to your cancer support group or other cancer-related organization, please contact her by e-mail at mommaandme@gmail.com or at www.authorhouse.com.

Please show your support by visiting the Alzheimer's Association at: Alzheimer's Association Logo

Alzheimer's Awareness Bracelet
Alzheimer's Awareness bracelet made for me by one of our dearest people!

We would like to thank all of you for your kind words and prayers as we celebrate my mother's Journey Home. Mom left us to join Dad on the Red Road Home
on April 13, 2003 after a long time lost in that Dark Place we know as Alzheimer's.
I'm sure Dad is running for the hills now!

My mom is a Breast Cancer Survivor, and her journey was a silent one, until she was ready to tell me her story. When Mom finally told me, "I didn't want to trouble you...", that opened up a whole new world for me.

Mom, I am sorry you felt you had to go on this journey alone, but I know you know now, you were never alone.

Mom, you are loved, more than I was ever able to tell you. and missed very much.

Happy Birthday
and
Happy Journey Mom! 

April 15, 1920-April 13, 2003

Thank you Debbie P, for the greeting card with Mom's picture on it!

Dad and Mom
Salvatore "Samuel" John Ranelli
December 14, 1926-October 19, 2001

Mom and Dad Wedding
Samuel (Salvatore) and Laurena (Penny) Ranelli
Married Oct. 23, 1950

Dad ended his battle with lung cancer on Oct 9, 2000.
Mom was a breast cancer survivor; she joined him 3 years later.

 


Sandra Ranelli, age 5
 


 

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Lori Anne Lenfert Tilton  Story
Lori

 

Lori passed away at 2:05 am August 14, 2004

NEW ALBANY

TILTON, LORI ANNE LENFERT, 35, died Saturday at her home in Troutman, NC. She was a native and former resident of New Albany. She is survived by her husband, Keith A. Tilton; parents, Robert D. Sr. and Judy Lenfert of Floyd Knobs, IN; sister, Kelly Lenfert of Louisville; brother, Rob Lenfert of London, England; and grandmother, Anna Donahue of New Albany. Her funeral Mass will be held at 10 a.m. Friday at St. Mary's Catholic Church, with entombment in Kraft- Graceland Memorial Park. Visitation will be from 4-8 p.m. Wednesday and 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Thursday at Kraft Funeral Service, 708 E. Spring St., New Albany. Expressions of sympathy may be made to the Lance Armstrong Foundation,

Your prayers and support are greatly appreciated ~
Mike and Sandra Schwab

All the wealth in the world
 could not buy you a friend
nor could it pay for the loss of one

Please show your support :

American Cancer Society

ACS

Columbia, MD phone: 410-740-5858

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"Let the snowflakes fall upon your tongue like memories, then we can sit a while and I'll share my stories with you."

Sandra Schwab

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