Shirley Ann Pease
July 31, 1935-April 17, 2012
In RemembranceIt’s hard to believe that you’ve been gone for 10 years. We miss you every single day! We miss your huge heart, your wicked sense of humor and your generosity (especially when it came to regifting a certain Tigger). We miss the way you found joy in simple things like your flowers and music, or “bumming around” to find the best piece of pie and cup of coffee.
Speaking of pie, we miss your cooking! You spoiled us with your pot roast, your scalloped potatoes with sliced weenies, your tuna salad, your chicken and dumplings and your wacky cake, among other delights.
We’re sorry for the various rotten things we did as kids and/or teens. Without naming names and in no particular order, sorry for trying to smuggle snakes and frogs into the house (you were the fastest door-locker in the universe!), deciding it was a good idea to store hazelnuts in a suitcase, crashing cars, and forging your signature to get out of class (okay, that last one was all of us).
Throughout the last 10 years, we’ve all been through trials and tribulations where we wished we could turn to you...but each of us has known that you are still beside us in some way. You were an amazing, one-of-a-kind lady, and we love you very much.