Memory Wall

Jeremy W.   Age 16

Jeremy loved woods filled with tall trees, any dog he ever met (but especially Mike and Harvey), music, ASL, his computer, history, reading and etymology (and yes, yes he would use those interesting words in common conversation). Jeremy treasured his family and friends. He was, and is, deeply loved in return. 

May you continue to inspire us:

To enter each day with a generous heart.
To serve the call of courage and love
Until we see your beautiful face again
In that land where there is no more separation,
Where all tears will be wiped from our mind,
And where we will never lose you again.

– an excerpt from On the Death of the Beloved, by John O’Donohue

Paul L.

Paul L.

Age 36 Paul loved music, NASCAR, and spending time with his family. He had a remarkable way of making people feel that they were important, even if he had just met them.

Sandy K.

Sandy K.

Age 44 My father was a caring and quiet man. He was best known for his love of the sea and fishing, as he is pictured here with his fishing boat the Norman Scott. He also adored his family and loved with a big heart.

Louis V.

Louis V.

Age 64 I always felt that my life really began when I met Lou in October of 1985. We married in October of 1988.He became not only my husband. He was my best friend, mentor, step-dad to my two children & grandfather to my daughter’s first child. Life was good for...

Tim S.

Tim S.

Age 34 This is a photo of my son, Tim, who took his own life at the age of 34. He was an extraordinary man whose life, until he was diagnosed with bipolar disorder, was filled with accomplishments, joy, friends, good times, passions and big dreams. He fought the...

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We speak their names because they are still, and always will be, a part of us.”

—Tanya Lord