I can remember the many, many trips to Philadelphia when I was growing up — going to see Uncle Larry and Aunt Lena. Uncle Larry and Dad would be out somewhere looking or talking “cars.” Mom, Aunt Lena, sometimes Phyllis, Sharon and I would go shopping in “Mayfair” for beautfiul dresses for Sharon. I often wonder what Aunt Lena did with all those dresses — Sharon could have never worn them out. After growing up and not seeing each other often, I would look forward to Grandma Weaver’s picnics in the summer — got to see Uncle Larry and Aunt Lena. Then Sharon, Joe and Alyssa.
Uncle Larry and Sharon and family — take care of each other — life is so precious.
Aunt Lena — you will be missed so much. I will miss your smile and that Eastern PA accent — such a beautiful lady. And please, give Danny and Dad a hug for me. Love you and will miss you.