Posted on: Aug 31, 2019 at 3:33 AM
Mark was my roommate at MU. He was always extremely nice guy, to everyone. I remember walking with Mark at MU and to my surprise he met the love of his life Rhonda. Great memories. I was fortunate enough to see Mark again a few years ago, a smile brighter than the Plaza Christmas lights. Mark will always be the best part of my past. Rest In Peace my friend. Love, Bobby
I knew Chip his whole life, his mother, Gloria Nigro, was a first cousin. Since I have not been in KC for 40 years, but I did see him at my 50th reunion at Visitation. Chip had a great heart and was always kind. He was funny and would have your back at any sign of trouble, which means he was busy being my cousin. Please say a prayer for Chip.
Hey guys! just figured out how to do this. Yes, I am social-network- challenged!!
Posted on: Sep 23, 2018 at 3:20 PM
Happy Birthday Millie
Elizabeth is my legal name on all documents, but I have always gone by the name Beth.
Ricki was extremely nice to me. She was brilliant and kind. Over the years, I have thought about her 100s of times, hoping she was happy. She made the world a better place.Thank you for being so kind to me, you will be missed.
Posted on: Jul 09, 2018 at 10:50 AM
thought of you the other day when we drove past your house on ward parkway. sorry for your loss and happy to hear of your blessings of 3 grand babies. they are the best! we are working on great grandbabies now, second on the way. fond memories of skating and skateboarding up and down the sidewalk between your house and ours.
I am so sorry to hear that you were bullied. if I said anything unkind please forgive me. I think of high school as a blur I went through like a turtle with my head in a shell. I have more memories of grade school than high. hope your post high school years were happier.
Simply the best of best. He made the world a better place.
Louie and I weren’t close friends in school and hadn’t seen him since graduation until our 30th reunion was being planned in the 90’s. I was standing outside City Hall where I worked taking a smoke break, and I heard a voice say, “aren’t you Marjiann?” I turned toward the voice and it was Louie. I was embarrassed not to recognize him until he told me who he was. But what a wonderfully pleasant surprise!