My little brother, you have touched so many lives and they all loved you, but not as much as Momma. Forever in my heart, you will live. Thank you, Stan.
— Cheryl Latka
My sweet, happy, little girl, I miss your “treat“ dances and nose kisses. You're in my heart forever. See you again over the Rainbow bridge.
— Love, Sophia
My Steffie Angel, the purest form of love. Thank you for sharing that love with me. I’ll miss you until we meet at the bridge.
— Love, Mom (Susan Chambers)
We only had 15 months together, but what joy you brought me. Those amazing eyes and your wrinkled forehead made me smile and give in every time. Thank you, Stella!
— Mirja Bishop
Beautiful star (who loved his name), you were our sweet, brave, funny, playful, and loving boy. We will miss you every day, and love you forever.
— Sandi Herman
Go to heaven old man. May you hear the birds, see the treats, and have strong and steady legs again. You taught me so much in eight years. Thank you for being my best friend.
— Kim Schraishuhn
When I first met you it was “love at first sight.” After that we were always together, and nothing could separate us. Now we are still with each other, but in another way.
— Paula Dodson
Sugar, remember the candle burning in the window for you and your sisters. Unconditional love knows no boundaries. We are now together in spirit, but soon we will be reunited forever.
— I love you, Dad (Dave Witham)
Darling “Sunnie Bunnie”, you’re a gift and blessing, sweetest soul and loving heart, my ministry partner and soul-friend. I’ll join you soon in God’s Presence!
— Your loving Mom, Rev. Shellie K. Pinner
Susie, I’m so grateful for having you in my life for five years. Your loving sweet ways brought so much joy! I miss you my angel.
— Love, Mom (Marion Lovell) and your friend, Don
Dearest precious darling Suzy Bear, how have we gone on without you? With the knowledge that you are in Heaven, safe in God’s care.
— Love forever, Emily and James Stuparyk
It was love at first sight. Purring, purring. Always by my side. I was so lucky to find you, my Grey Girl.
— Christine Fixico
Music: “The Dance of the Blessed Spirits” from the opera Orfeo, by Christoph Gluck.