IN MEMORY OF
ANGEL GALLWAY

stillborn June 13, 2000.
Remembered by Aunt Donna:
Angel, I was there when your sister was born. Waiting in the lobby of the hospital with Grandma. I was there when your brother was born, holding your Mommy's hand. I know what a miracle the birth of a child truly is. Your death confirms that fact. Babies are miracles and should be precious to all. I was there when your brief life ended. Grandma, Aunt Debbie, “Aunt“ Joanne, and Dr. B helped me to bless you and send you on your way back home to heaven. We wish you could have stayed with us for a while. We wanted to get to know you, your personality, sense of humor. We wanted to know the color of your eyes. Would you look like Sean or Erin? Well I can tell you, you looked like Sean. You were so tiny and peaceful laying on that table. I know you are with the other angels in heaven and looking after all of us who will join you one day. You were spared the pain and tribulations of life. I wish you could have known the joy of life. The memorial mass was a great tribute to the love you inspired in all of the family. You brought everyone together with our special friends. Fr. Bill gave comfort to Mommy and Daddy, your sister and brother, your aunts and uncles, your cousins and your friends. He reminded us that you never truly left us, you are always in our hearts! Loving you forever, Aunt Donna xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxo


 

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