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A place for remembering loved ones. A space for sharing memories.
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Eli A Marys Memorial Hospital on September 19, Dad and grandfather. It's hard to believe it's been a year Think about I thought of you with love today but that is nothing new. I thought of you yesterday and days before that too. Andrew Dean Joseph Hall Always loved and A special thank you to the W.

Peacefully at the age of 98 on March 23rd in the loving arms of her family.

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For 60 years the beloved wife of Leonard Hardie Wilson died in , she is survived by their children, Jim Card of Thanks A heartfelt and sincere thank you to family, friends and neighbours for your support during and since the loss of our mother Doris Fryfogel. We wish to thank the PSWs, SCOTT The family of the late Randall Scott would like to express our heartfelt thank you to all family and friends for their love and support during this very difficult time. Young Funeral Home for their caring, loving, professionalism.

Also, all our WINTER The family of the late Richard Winter wish to extend our sincere thanks to family, friends and customers for your many kindnesses and for the condolences, cards and support that Stratford, ON Change City. A place for remembering loved ones. It reminds me of an intersection in my hometown in Tennessee that got by just fine with stop signs until a chicken truck plowed into that young couple.

Our first stoplight went up a few weeks later. That stoplight blinked yellow all night, in deference to the quiet, and the adults about town discussed with grave voices what this unwanted intrusion might mean. A hundred klicks away, a light blinks at me. I know what it means.

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Of wreckage spilled and lives lost. If stop signs could feel shame, I imagine that one in my hometown felt something like this. Standing there, frozen, watching in horror as that young couple got killed, feathers and dead chickens everywhere, all that squawking, until weeks later someone in an orange vest pulls that sign out of the ground and strings up the newfangled. My warthen nuzzles against me, probably because of these guilt-laden thoughts. Her name is Cricket. There was a time when she wanted to kill me, but now she just follows me around like a puppy.

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When the bounty hunter who owned her died, she glommed onto me. Wants to know about warthens, eh?

Same guy. Same day, in fact. Okay, that last bit is wishful thinking. And yeah, I have conversations like these in my head a lot. Not as much, anyway. Cricket rubs her nose against my arm, and I lift it so she can tuck her head against me. I point at the blinking light. What do you make of that?

The two of us watch as the black of space swallows the light, spits it out, then swallows it again. I stare at the beacon, mesmerized. Cricket paws at her reflection. So many questions. Is someone over there? Another operator? How in the world did I pass the time before this intrusion into my routine? When the stars were all fixed, time slid by unnoticed. The thought of ticking reminds me to check the time. A ship full of guns and the men and women to fire them.

Rows and rows of heroes. Only because they had no idea what I did out there. I also remember catching the eye of the few conscientious objectors in the terminal, the people opposed to the war but afraid to speak up. There was no hate in their eyes, only pity. He was the beloved husband of Joanne E.

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