I am so sorry to hear about your mom. You have my deepest sympathy.
I find it very difficult to find the words to express my sadness at this time.
Penny was my sister at least from the time we were each three years old. We grew up together, living across the street from one another. If I was not at her home, she was at mine. When one of us had the measles, we spent our days sitting at the front door looking across the street at each other and making faces. I was a week older and she never let me forget that fact.
Later as we grew into adults, I thought of Penny as my rock–always grounded, always there. We could be apart for years and just pick up right were we left off. Penny was so full of life.
Words cannot express how much I will miss her.
Robin, Debbie, Dean, I am sure that you know that the three of you were the center of Penny’s world. She loved you all so much.
Pen, TTFN, Love, Rose
I just found out the sad news, and am heart broken. I remember my cousin’s contagious laugh and wonderful sense of humor. She will be deeply missed by her family and friends.
I’m really sorry to hear about Penny,my heart goes out to the family.Penny came to see me this summer we was going to have lunch but never got the chance.We had alot to talk about and that was mostly about Grandkids of course.
Penny could always make me laugh. She so enjoyed talking about her beautiful daughters and her childchild, whom she so adored. She will be missed by all who cared about her. Keep her close in your heart and she will be with you forever.
Robin, Debbie, Dave and Dean: I am so sorry for your loss. My heart hurts for you during this difficult time. Have faith in knowing that your Mom is healed and whole again. I will keep you all in my prayers. Dean is a special little man. Pam with the red hair in the ICU waiting room.
We graduated from C.H. High
School with Penny. We have some good memories from our high school days. I saw Betty Leigh Pecht at Target just last week and she said Penny was in the hospital.
Our sympathy to the family.