In loving memory of Karen Louise Gress, September 22, 1958 – September 5, 1992:
It has been 20 long years since God called you to your heavenly home, so far away.
A large part of me went with you on that day.
I will always remember the day that you said, “Yes” to the Lord. I want you forever to be my Savior and Lord.
Each and every day I think of you and my heart is still breaking and weeping for you. I miss you so, in every way.
According to God’s holy word, you are safe with Him.
I’m claiming that promise to meet you there with Him.
You were such a beautiful, loving and caring daughter with so many God-given talents. You were a wonderful daughter and mother.
I’ve heard it said that God calls the best.
To live with Him in heaven’s eternal peace and rest.
I look forward to the day when I can be with you in that place of God’s heavenly peace and rest.
All my love forever
Dollie G. Keith
In memory of our mother, Betty E. Kuhn, who passed away in 2008 and whose birthday is September 8:
You can only have one mother – patient, kind and true. No other friend in all the world will be as true to you. For all her loving kindness she asked nothing in return. When all the world deserts you to your mother you can turn.
So all we do, dearest mother, is go and tend your grave and leave behind a token of your love to the best mother God ever gave.
To those who have a mother, cherish her with love, because you will never know the sorrow until you see her empty chair. So love her with all your heart.
Sadly missed by
William R. Kuhn and family