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If you were family then you were always looked at as an “Angel” by Grandma. She always had a story when I came to pick them up. There are so many great memories I can’t list them all.My boys were bad about bringing critters in the house to show grandma.To allow the light of the Lord and our Loved Ones to shine down upon us.To remind us that; they are happy and safe in the Lords arms, we are never alone because they are always watching over us and have gone to prepare a place for us to join them one day. 🙏 From Charlotte to Granbury, Misty, you will alwas hold a special place in my heart & your light will always shine.Me and Stephanie were visiting with her in the first sitting area and our boys were watching TV in the lounge.As we were talking I noticed her look in the glass window at our boys, who were arguing over what to watch, and she said look at those loud kids.When we lose a loved one here on earth, we gain an angel in heaven that watches over us.May you take comfort in knowing that you have an angel to watch over you now.
Our deepest sympathies to the Poston and Casey families. I cannot imagine the pain you are going through, but I would like to share the promises from our creator Jehovah God because they have always brought me comfort. So many wonderful memories of the years we spent with Supe, Carolyn and their family. Prayers for peace in the coming weeks for Carolyn and the family.Remember when you are looking to the night sky, that brightest shining star is Misty waving to you from Heaven. My thoughts and prayers are with Ashtyn, Tanja and Frank and all of your family and friends. Ernie worked with my dad (Jerry Sievers) for several years at the old Fort Worth Army Depot back in the '50's and '60's.My deepest heartfelt sympathy and prayers are with you all. I remember all the summers growing up when we would come to Granbury to visit Cal and Cinda and I would get a chance to visit Truett and Pearlene. Ernie would come over to our house many times and it was always a pleasure to have him show up.Then she looked and me and Stephanie and back at the boys, her eyes just lit up and she smiled and said “oh my, those are my boys!Look at them little angels.” That just goes to tell that it didn’t matter how you acted or what kind of trouble you got in to. No matter what the weather..could count on Jean; and daughter Renee..greet us with a friendly wave..shout Hello..they would enjoy the lake view from their patio. Irene loved and looked after her grandkids while I was at work.
She made a beautiful flower arrangement for my Dad's (Louis Brust) casket when he passed 6 years ago. Kelly, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.