IN MEMORY OF
EMMA CHRISTINE GUST

stillborn May 30, 2001.
Remembered by Your family:
Emma you were so loved, so special, so wanted. You were to be the ninth child in a loving family of seven older brothers and a three year old sister. We loved to watch you grow and move, and hear mommy complain of how hard you kicked. The phone call I received on May 30 shattered all of us. It was hard to see mommys pregnant belly and know that you were gone, yet still here. You were beautiful when you were born, long dark hair and tiny fingers. We dressed you in a warm outfit and wrapped you in a blanket, and then we got to hold you. We miss you dear Angel. Putting you in that grave was the hardest thing I have ever endured, Andrew and Alan dug it for you, and Andrew put you down in. It was hard to see these men cry, but they loved you so much. I wish God hadn't loved you so much, maybe you'd still be here with us. But we will all see you some day, until then you will live in the hearts of all of us. ~In my dreams I'll always see you soar above the sky. In my heart there will always be a place for you in all my life. I'll keep a part of you with me and everywhere I am there you'll be.~ Love, Your family


 

To return to the list of Remembrance Book names, choose a letter below:
    

Back to the REMEMBRANCE BOOK Home Page

Back to the A Place to Remember Home Page