In memory of Lewis A. Ramsey, who passed away August 28, 1999: You were riding your Harley When God took you home Eleven years have come and gone And time does go on But a day does not go by That I don’t think of you Your smiles, your face, Your shenanigans And what life put you through You are in heaven With your siblings and your dad Even though we all still miss you And at times are very sad We know you’re in a better place With no worries or no pain This earth’s loss Was certainly heaven’s gain Will you please be there To greet me When I come through the gates After meeting my Lord and
Savior I want to see your smiling face Have all my family waiting Standing holding hands Because someday in the future I’ll meet you in glory land.
In memory of Floyd M. Snyder: Thirty-seven years ago you
left us You couldn’t say goodbye Your death was unexpected And a million tears we’ve
cried Now all we have are memories And your picture in a frame Your memory is our keepsake With which will never part God has you in His keeping We have you in our hearts
Loved and sadly missed
By Mon sisters and families