Sending my condolences
Greetings, my name is Dorene Glover. I just wanted to send my condolences and share what God promises us in the Bible at Isaiah 25:8. Please read that in your free time. I hope this was of comfort to you.
To my Dear cousin
It is so hard right now to come up with words to say how much you meant to me and my family your were always there when someone needed help with a smile and anything you could do since I can remember as a little kid your always were a great cousin a lot of fun and always had a kind word Linda I am sure you were there to welcome my sister Pat into heaven and knowing that makes it easy to deal with our grief Linda until we meet again I will know you are watching over us all with love your cousin Chris and Lisa and Family
GROWING UP WITH LINDA LEE
I HAVE SO MANY MEMORIES OF GROWING UP WITH LINDA. PLAYING IN THE BACK ALLEY ALL DAY ON MALVERN AVE, ONLY COMING IN FOR LUNCH AND DINNER. WHEN WE LIVED ON ASHBY RD DURING THE SUMMER WE USED TO TAKE THE EL INTO CENTER CITY BY OURSELVES, AND GOING TO ALL THE HISTORIC SITES AND SHOPPING AS WELL. OUR PARENTS KNEW NOTHING OF THESE ADVENTURES AS WE WERE ONLY 10 AND 12 YEARS OLD. OF COURSE THAT WAS BACK IN THE DAY WHEN THINGS WERE SAFE FOR CHILDREN! OF COURSE GROWING UP AS TEENAGERS IN CLIFTON WE HAD A LOT OF FUN. IN LATER YEARS THE 80'S PLAYING SOFTBALL FOR THE FRIENDLY TAVERN WE HAD SOME GREAT TIMES. WE ALSO HAD A LOT OF GREAT TIMES IN THE SUMMER LIVING IN WILDWOOD GOING TO THE BEACH EVERYDAY AT 23RD ST. HANGING WITH OUR MANY COUSINS AND FRIENDS. I WILL MISS YOU LINDA LEE! YOU WILL ALWAYS BE IN MY HEART AND SOUL! YOUR BROTHER HARRY