...the following people that have touched my life but are no longer living:
Grandpa Quinn - I am grateful for you being a father figure to me while dad was serving overseas made our bond so special. I can still hear your laughter and fingers tickling the piano keys. You are missed.
Grandma Quinn - The love story between you and Grandpa is priceless. I hope to emulate your love and kindness to others.
Grandpa and Grandma Skinner - I have fond memories of fudge ripple ice-cream, pepsi and playing in the irrigation. The orchards I will always remember...fresh peaches, cherries, apples...YUM
Florence - for allowing me to adopt you as a grandmother. I enjoyed hearing your stories.
Carol - the way you fought to see your family grow.
Uncle Larry - Love of your family. You raised wonderful sons and I am so happy that I have them for cousins. You fought a hard battle and I know that you are at peace.
Great Uncle Allen - Your sense of humor. Your love of genealogy. I will always remember you working in your orchard and your delicious bread.
President Gordon B. Hinkley - You touched my life for the better.
All of the soldiers that have died to keep us free - you are my heroes.
Who are you grateful for that have touched your life but are no longer living?