In Memory

Brenda Gunter



 
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02/07/09 01:56 PM #1    

Sandy Shaia (Shimshock)

i have so many memories of Brenda, we were the best of friends till that horrible nite in 1989 when she lost her life. Leaving behind two beautiful daughters, Abbey and Katie. RIP my friend, I will never forget you. All my love.......sandy

05/18/09 09:47 AM #2    

Jeanne Kovich (Pankratz)

Friends Never Really Die Friends never really die, our hearts will always have a special tie. We'll think of things we use to do, and we'll think of friends like you. Even though our time together was so short, we'll meet in distant ports. Your memory is on our minds, so we can think of you from time to time. We know some day we will meet, and we'll have happiness to keep. You'll always be loved in our hearts, when you were taken from us it tore us apart. We have peace in our minds. Only in just a short time, we'll be together, and things will turn out fine. Because true friends never really die. This is a poem for Brenda. A dear friend. We had so many good times in Ft. Lauderdale Beach, Fl. with Sandy Shaia. Brenda always made us laugh. She always put so much suntan lotion on she looked like a oil slick. We would laugh so hard. Love you and miss you !!!


09/26/09 06:18 AM #3    

Cheryl Hardy (Davison)

Oh my dear friend, how I have missed you these many years. We spent so much time as young girls staying at each others homes. We made a birthday cake one time, when mom let me have a sleep over. We kept adding colors to the frosting until it turned an army green. It was so ugly, but we giggled and had fun. There are many memories of waiting for the bus to go skating and at the rink the silly things we did. We loved talking about the boys, too. I love you my friend. God bless you and yours always. The day will come when we will be united and hugs will be in order.

Cheryl Hardy Davison (Cheri)

02/25/16 08:39 PM #4    

Sandy Shaia (Shimshock)

so im walking thru home goods in Aurora the other day, and 3 young girls are giggling and shopping and i came to a dead stop to stare at one of them, in my heart i knew it was Katie, Brenda's youngest but i havent seen her for almost 3 yrs, so i just walked over, "KATIE"  she looked at me and the biggest smile exploded and we hugged forever!  Little Katie was only 8 yrs old when Brenda was killed, so i try to keep in touch with her and her older sister Abbey.  I told her i loved her and we vowed to meet for lunch. 

RIP Brenda, your daughters are beautiful. and both doing  love you 4 ever!


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