2010-09-16 / Obituaries

In Memory

RICHARDS RICHARDS In loving memory of Kenneth M. “Rookie” Richards, January 14, 1960 – September 12, 2006:

He was taken without warning

His going left hearts filled with pain

But though he is gone from amongst us

In our hearts He will always remain

Some day we hope to meet him

Some day we know not when

To clasp his hand in the better land,

Never to part again.

Love, Your family and sons,

Jesse and Shane

In loving memory of our dad, Ronnie Buterbaugh, who passed away on September 17, 2009:

It’s been a year since that hurtful night

We watched you slip away

Everyone says it gets easier

But the emptiness is here to stay

We don’t get to make you laugh

With that proud look in your eye

You don’t get to say don’t

leave yet

As we say love you, See ya tomorrow, bye

Life is full of happy and Life is full of sad

But one thing that never changes

BUTERBAUGH BUTERBAUGH We love and miss you dad

Brenda, Cho and Terry

(your brats)


In loving memory of Peggy Daniels, who was born August 1, 1922, and died September 12, 2007:

Legacy of Love

A wife, a mother, a grandma too

This is the legacy we have from you

You taught us love and how to fight,

You gave us strength You gave us might

A stronger person would be hard to find,

And in your heart, You were always kind

You fought for us all in one way or another

Not just as a wife Not just as a mother

For all of us you gave your best,

Now the time has come for you to rest

So go in peace You’ve earned your sleep

Your love in our hearts We’ll eternally keep.

Your loving family,

Husband Blair,

Children Gary, Jeanne, Perry,

CUTCHALL CUTCHALL Kenny and families

In loving memory of Melvin R. Cutchall, 4-10-21 – 9-17-2000:

In Remembrance

I remember the day I met you

The day God made you mine

I remembered the day I lost you

And will ‘til the end of time.

Among the tears and heartaches,

There is one thing that makes me glad,

You chose me to spend your life with

And the happy years we had.

As time goes on, I miss you more.

Memories are keepsakes

No one can steal

Death leaves a heartache

No one can heal.

Some may forget you now

That you’re gone,

But I will remember you

No matter how long.

Sadly missed and forever loved,

Wife Pat

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