I have two sets of memories of you that I will never forget, one of me being a little girl and you standing on the porch on Hacker Avenue yelling for your kids to come in from outside playing to eat supper. You would ask me while playing with Lisa and Laura and Mark, you got supper for tonight at home? I would tell you yes, but thank you and walk two houses down.
Then our lives crossed again, over 40 years later... who would ever think that I fall in love with your son, Mark after all this time. Our casino adventures, our luncheon, our discussions over the phone. Your laugh, your smile, your spunky remarks... I will cherish forever... you were Mrs. Rose to me, and became Mom... Love, Tina