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Angeline Duerr

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In memory of Angeline Marie Duerr, who passed away at the age of 61 after a brief but courageous battle with ovarian cancer. You will always be in our hearts mom. We love you…

Last updated on: 02/27/2009


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Peace be with you.

Leisis Stevenson – 04/17/2009

Angeline M Duerr

In Loving Memory of our Mother who
passed away one year ago today, Feb. 24th 2009

God saw you getting tired
and a cure was not to be.
So he put his arms around you,
and whispered “Come to Me”.
With tearful eyes we watched you,
we watched you fade away.
Although we loved you dearly,
we could not make you stay.
A golden heart stopped beating,
hard working hands now rest.
God broke our hearts to prove to us
He only takes the best.

Forever in our hearts
Love,
Patty(Lonnie) and Bob

– 02/24/2010

If Roses grow in Heaven,
Lord please pick a bunch for us
Place them in our Grandma’s arms
And tell her they’re from us
Tell her we love her and miss her
And when she turns to smile
Place a kiss upon her cheek
And hold her for awhile
Because remembering her is easy,
We do it every day
But there’s an ache within our hearts
Because we are missing her today…

Sadly Missed By your grandchildren,
Stephanie and Lonnie Jr.

– 02/24/2010

If Roses grow in Heaven,
Lord please pick a bunch for us
Place them in our Grandma’s arms
And tell her they’re from us
Tell her we love her and miss her
And when she turns to smile
Place a kiss upon her cheek
And hold her for awhile
Because remembering her is easy,
We do it every day
But there’s an ache within our hearts
Because we are missing her today…

Sadly Missed By your grandchildren,
Stephanie and Lonnie Jr.

– 02/24/2010

Thinking of you a lot today mom. It’s not getting any easier…

Robert Duerr – 05/09/2010

It’s lonely here without you,
We miss you more each day,
For life is not the same to us,
Since you were called away.
To your resting place we visit,
Place flowers there with care,
But no one knows our heartache,
When we turn and leave you there.

Patty Nadler – 02/24/2011

It’s lonely here without you,
We miss you more each day,
For life is not the same to us,
Since you were called away.
To your resting place we visit,
Place flowers there with care,
But no one knows our heartache,
When we turn and leave you there.

Patty Nadler – 02/24/2011

If I could have a lifetime wish, a dream that would come true, I’d pray to God with all my heart for yesterday and you.A thousand words can’t bring you back,I know because I’ve tried .And neither will a million tears,I know because I’ve cried.You left behind my broken heart and happy memories too.I never wanted memories…I only wanted you.
~Always in our thoughts ,Forever in our hearts,I love you Mom~

Patty – 02/24/2012

Love your comparison of seirots and chocolate. Couldn’t be more true! And just like I’m willing to invest more $$ in good chocolate, I’m willing to invest more time in really good books. I used to buy cheap chocolate–and I used to read books till the end no matter how bored I was. Not any more! Time to invest in quality–both in consuming it AND producing it!

Doha Doha – 07/28/2012

I side with the utilitarian peercsptive that it is important to discern what is best for the entire population of a species. There are many instances where killing (or allowing the killing of) an individual animal is better for the entire species. (This could lead to a social argument if we project this philosophy to humans, but I’ll leave that for another day.) Hunting in America has helped preserve some habitats because the fees for hunting contribute to land preservation (and hunters sometimes lobby to preserve their prey’s habitat.) On the other hand, some people destroy habitats and biodiversity by importing exotic deer and changing habitats so they can make money by providing a luxurious hunting experience to some rich hunters. In general, economic tools (like the one mentioned in the article) are necessary to help protect natural areas and biodiversity. But their implementation and regulation is tricky. It is equally important that we create a greater awareness of and appreciation of natural areas and life on Earth.

Vestimenta Vestimenta – 09/04/2012