Survivor Stories / Tributes

Joan Bleimeyer

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Dedication:

To our wonderful Mom, sister, cousin and friend. We said our goodbye’s and farewell’s on February 1, 2012 when you lost your battle againt ovarian cancer. Thank you for being such an amazing mother to Jake and I. You showed us what a single strong hearted women can accomplish. We love and miss you everyday that passes. Until we met again, our memories we made will forever be with us and never forgotten. We love you MOM!

Last updated on: 02/25/2012

 

Comments:

To my beautiful sister Joan. I love and miss you so much. More now that when you first left us. Everyday that you are gone is one more day spent without you. You were the strongest person I knew and to be taken from us (your family) has been the hardest to accept. I will always cherish the memories we made and will never forget your love, strength, and courage. I love you Joanie!!

Kathy Alba – 02/26/2012

It is so amazing to hear your story, and I can arsuse you that your daughters will never foget you, and I will pray for you to be able to see them grow up. As a daughter of a grandmother that survived breast cancer, I know embracing every minute is so important. This must be so difficult for you and you are so strong. You’ve inspired me to be strong with all of my failures and to get up and dust myself off. Thank you so much for the inspiration.Love,Samantha Grace

Robert Robert – 03/29/2012

Crystal you are an amazing and inbredicle human being! keep fighting and keep believing because we believe in you! I hope your Crossfit event is a big success tomorrow it’s like a couple thousands miles away but I am entering anyways and dedicating my workout to you!

Graciela Graciela – 03/29/2012

Ahaha, well, I can’t really say that there’s an affeilrte for sure, but if there is one then I’m sure you’ll go straight down to Mr. Lucifer’s place, eh? Either way, it’s good to know that you probably won’t survive this, because you clearly lack the intellect to make it in modern society. Consider cancer mercy for taking you from a life you weren’t capable of living in the first place, ungrateful prick.

Zephyr Zephyr – 07/28/2012