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Although over 30 years have gone by since I met my wife, she has change very little.
This web page is dedicated to Pam.. I only wish I could have 30 more years with her.
Pam, (on her car) the year I met her, (1971).
My last picture of her at the airport, (center of gate) in 1972.
I proposed marriage when I returned a year later, she accepted..
The last picture taken of her family, (before her dad died of cancer).
The hospital was never a fun time for my wife, she had four children, (and a few problems with one of them)
"The first frost" picture was taken in the fall of our second year of marriage..
(Our first year together I was still in the military, we lived on the Mexican border)
Pam in her "Rockets" outfit
(at about age 9)
"In the back room"
(a somewhat sad moment)
As we were closing our
store in the spring of '77
(She ran a Singer store..
I had an electronic shop).
A shot of her
while on vacation
(shown with two of the kids
Rebecca and Bryan)
A shot at church
Something Pam enjoys
more than anything..
(Being active in the
local church events)
She has been in charge of the "Ladies" events at the church for over 10 years
Her youngest daughter, (Mary)
is now in her last year of college,
and will become a teacher soon
The cancer was found in October of 2001
Mary was the best at cheering everyone up after the first surgery
Her luck changed when she entered a contest at work.. (First place)..
Her oldest son has shown great strength during these times
Preparing the Thanksgiving meal at home
This picture will enlarge if you "click" on it.
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