Debbie Cothren Lewis
Paddy Butler Wainwright
Julie Hill Baker
Vicki Nelson Barringer
D'Ann, you were one of the true loves of my life. It all started with you, me, Robbie and Kyle hanging out at Paramount Terrace. I called you three times the day you died and didn't know you were already gone until I got home that night and Robbie called. I was blessed with you in my life and now with you in my memories. I love you bigger than the sky, and then some. You mother joined you in Heaven this month in 2011. Now it's you, your mom and dad together again. I can say that I knew and loved all three of you with all of my heart, including Roxie. Of course, I'm pretty sure I wet my pants the first time I met your dad, but then he stuck a pair of bar bells in mine and Kyle's hands and made us work out with him, which was a big job. He worked out hard. He didn't have any sons so I think he kind of took on Kyle and I. What a great family you have. And now you're all in the presence of our Lord, where you belong.
George Steve Barry
wow, what can I say that all these people haven't. Randy Evans I definitely feel your loss as it is a loss for all of us that knew her. Gorgious, beautiful,caring,sweet, and the tributes that you are getting here are well deserved. All the people who have commented on her I knew really well and this speaks volumes of her life here. She was definitely take away from us way too soon. I don't think there was anyone that did not like D'Ann and she is shining on the other side. Rest in Peace sweet Angel and def see you on the other side.
I will always remember in the first grade at an in the room part at Coronado Elementary telling D'Ann that I thought her mother had a mustache...little did I know she, as cute as she was then, she would grow up to be such a beautiful vibrant lady...and I would embark on my life of speaking before thinking.
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