In Memory

Sis Lamee



 
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03/04/13 11:46 PM #1    

Jean Molter (Yontz)

I would have to catch the bus in front of LaMee's Florist and many time Sis and I would walk together.  She was always friendly and kind.


04/21/13 11:04 PM #2    

Beverly Newcomer

Sissy!  Si-I-I-I-se-e-e! 

That is what my family and I would hear  every evening for two years  as Sissy lived down the street from me when our family first moved to Jacksonvile, Fla.  

Sissy was a tomboy who loved to dress up in her mothers clothes only after she had hit a boy in the head with her book bag or whatever she had in her hand!  She was cute, loving, and genuinely loved life.  She terrorized her grandmother and refused to help in the florist shop!  The family business was LaMee Florist...... And as ironies would have it, I believe she later ran it.

Sissy was not a student.  But, she never pretended to be.  That is what I liked about her.  And she latter embraced a life that was difficult by anybody's standards.

But she was true to herself .  It was perhaps her greatest triumph!  

I will sincerely miss your laughter and that perpetual twinkle in your eye, sissy!

bev Newcomer


04/22/13 03:32 PM #3    

Vicki Stone (Ettlinger)

    Sissy poo...your brother, Richard, told me of the loss of his #1 gal and my #1 crazy (what a hoot) and loyal friend.  You went home while sleeping with your angels... in a way we all continue to hope for when our ultimate journey arrives. I am certain, beyond a doubt, that you are a unique and gloriously darling and loved spirit!  I can see you tugging on your wings and trying to quiet the bling...LOL  How we all smile with our thoughts of you and our ordeals...our secrets are still with me and I will live up to my word just as you have!  With love and huge smiles, you are always thought of GF...
 


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