Imogene L. Meyer – Guestbook Entries
Many happy memories from my child hood surround Aunt Imogene. I remember all the 4th of July parades sitting in the yard watching the parade go by with all the cousins. My deepest sympathies to the family. May the good Lord be with you durning this sad time. Remember in your darkest hours God is by your side, lean upon him.
Imogene (and Dan) were inspirations to me. They always seems on an even keel, I never heard a bad word spoken from nor about either of them. I've tried to be that way, Guess that's not my style. But I did learn from them. I'll miss her sharp wit and kind words. Many times she and I walked arm in arm to her car after church. One day I jokingly said " Do you think people will talk about us?" To which she replied,with a big smile, "I really don't care. I'm old enough to do what I want"! May you all find peace in her passing, knowing Heaven gained another wonderful soul.
Sally Cox and the Nebraska family
Athough miles separted us, from the east to the great plains, you were always in our hearts and thoughts. You will be missed and cherished as "Grandma Meyer" an elder of our family. You taught us all the meaning, family is who you love and accept. We will miss you Mom.
Wilbur, Sally, Nate, Darcy, Mandie, Becky, Luke, Andrea, Nick, Riley, Trinity, Addi, Wilbur Jacob, Jessica, Elizabeth and Alexandria
So sorry to hear you lost your mother. I have been thinking about you and your family. Prayers your way. Love you Connie.
Buzz and Sonya Johnston
So sorry for your loss. Imogene was a great lady and is Bee Keeping with Dan again in Heaven.
Denny & Gail Francisco
Dear Cheryl, Susan and Sally,
We just wanted to say how very sorry we are in the loss of your Mother. She was such a wonderful lady. Even though she didn't know who we were, she still talked to us and showed us her "dry" sense of humor. May the Lord comfort you all as only He can do in the days and weeks ahead.
jennifer simler mcdonald
cheryl alice and family
im so sorry for your loss
So sorry to hear of your loss and praying that you will find comfort in recalling the times you shared with your Mom and Grandma through the years. Hold those special thoughts close to your heart & God bless you!
Jerry and Marsha Hughes
Our deepest sympathy and love
Steve, Lori & Ryann Knowles
Please accept our deepest sympathy and may God give you comfort during this time of grief.
What a wonderful woman had many good times at her house when I was young! I miss the yummy honey her and Uncle Dan made fresh honey comb and honey sticks and the awesome candles they made. I sure have missed those days! My prayers for the family and friends.
Prayers for her family. I remember staying at her house and watching her making beautiful crocheted afgans. She taught me how to crochet but sadly I'm not nearly as talented as she was. She will truly be missed but I know she is in a much better place.
Susan Ritchie Ropchock
I am so sorry to learn of your loss of your mother. I remember her kindness very well. She was my Scout leader and had much patience and soft-spoken love. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
John & Linda Matia
Cheryl, Susan, Sally & families,
Our hearts go out to you all in this time of sorrow. Aunt Imogene was also "Mom" many, many times over the years. God Bless each of you and know you are in our thoughts & prayers.
Love you all,
John, Linda Matia & family
Have always had the greatest respect for your parents. God gained yet another Angel.
Love and prayers to all of you.
The Bainey family