Dear Ambroz Family:
My mother's husband Bill saw your mothers obituary in the newspaper. I wanted to express our Deepest Sympathy from the entire Galavan family, Laura, Leah and Lynn and Ramona and Bill Lake. We were so sad to hear of your mothers/wifes passing. She was to young to leave you all so early. My mother, Laura and Lynn and I talked about the old neighborhood and stories of all us kids playing school on the front pourches, coffee clutch with the ladies in the neighborhood which they would have once a month and how all the kids would play together. I remember playing outside until the street lights would go on. I remember your mother's smiling face and playing at your house and doing the S & H Greenstamp Books for your mother and she would pay me 5 cents. (That seemed like so much money then). All the memories of you kids and your mother are such fond ones. When I saw your mother at Home-Run-Inn I knew who she was by her smile. Again, we are so sorry for you loss. Take care of each other and always remember the good memories. I know I always will remember your mothers smile and laugh. She was a sweet lady. Take care and know are thoughts are with you all at this sad time.
Leah, Laura, Lynn Galavan and Ramona and Bill Lake
Sharon, I am so very sorry to learn of your mother's passing. Please know that you and your family in my thoughts and prayers. I look forward to seeing you when you return to town.