In Memory of Those whom will neverbe forgotten and will always be a part of who we are..
Grandma Hazel Wagaman• Grandma-even though I was only six when you left this world I remember how sweet you were to me. I remember you taking me to the park, bubble baths, and I remember asking you why you took your teeth out.
Grandpa Charlie WagamanGrandpa Charlie, unfortunately I did notget to meet you but my dad says you were a hard core farmer, you liked Farmall tractors, milking cows, and geranium flowers.
Grandma Betty ClarkGrandma Clark, you were truly a lady. I willnever forget how sweet you were to me. One ofmy fondest memories is when you showed me a robin’s nest.
Grandpa Ernest Clark Grandpa Clark, even though I didn’t get to meet you I wish I had just one time. My mother said you were a hard worker. You also served our country.
Grindstone lake is where youare now Grandpa andGranma Clark. You use toscuba dive here. It is abeautiful place.
Unkle Michael ClarkUnkle Mike, I was little when you left.I know that you had gone through some hard times serving our country.