GRIEVING PARENTS

 

We'll help you; we cannot ease your aches, nor take away your pain,
but let us stay and take your hand, and walk with you today

We'll listen when you need to talk; we'll wipe away your tears
We'll share your worries when they come; we'll help you face your fears.

We're here and will stand by you; each hill you have to climb,
So take our hands, let's face the world; live one day at a time.

You're not alone, for we are here, we'll go that extra mile,
And when your life is easier, we'll help you learn to smile!!


REMEMBERING OUR SONS AND DAUGHTERS WITH MEMORIAL DAYS IN SEPTEMBER
~ Cathy Elizabeth (Beth) Sherrod ~ Deborah (Debbie) Jean Doughraty ~ Matthew Michael William Lessick ~ Kevin Michael Wengert ~ Joseph Marshall Whiteman ~ Lori Sterling ~ Jill Craven ~ Marshall Allan Irvin ~ Billy (Lee) Leong Hickman ~ Taylor Rae Simpson ~ Donald Bernard Herbert ~ Courtney Marie Wafstet ~ David Coole ~ David H. Citron ~ Patrick (Patman) Sinatore ~ Emmy Marshall ~ Ronald (Ronnie) Harris ~ Michelle Caitlin O'Neal Woodward ~ Andre Korell ~ Jennifer Lynn Genner ~ Tavara Turner ~ Michael Adam Massey ~ Stephen Wayne Bynum ~ Tai Angellica Torres ~ Michael Douglas Pickles ~ Angela Renee Kresge ~ Amy Lynn Alsofrom ~ Corrina Jennell Parslow ~ Christopher Michael Smith ~ *Kathryn-Mary Herbert (Abducted)* ~

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GRIEVING PARENTS

PARENTS GRIEVING for their CHILDREN of any age

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The Grieving Parents E-mail support group began on January 16, 1999.
Volunteers from the group maintain this website to keep
alive the memory of their sons and daughters.