I was very sad to hear of Aunt Ardeth's passing. Even though we were geographically distant, she always remembered her nieces and nephews.
We only got to meet face to face a few times, each time with Aunt Art was special. I remember while we were on a picnic at the Quartz Mountain State Park, everyone starting looking to find her and Uncle Bob. I happened to glance over toward the river to see aunt Art and Uncle Bob rowing down the river in a canoe.
Aunt Art was also very considerate and loving to her family, both near and far. Shortly after the passing of my mother, she called me on my cell phone while was standing in line to vote in Little Elm, TX. I loved her dearly and will greatly miss her.
All of our thoughts and prayers are with her and her family
I was so sorry to be informed of Aunt Art's death.
Although she lived far away, she became one of my favorite aunts. When we were stationed in Panama, she and I became great pen pals. She used to always write in green ink and whenever I would spot an envelope with green ink in our mail I would shout "That's for me!" and practically run everybody down to get to the letter. I am sure she got a kick out of my childish ramblings but was always faithful about writing a return letter.
Much love to Kim and Bob and thanks to Dustin for informing me.
So sorry to hear of Ardeth's passing. I have many fond memories of time spent with her and her family. Holiday visits and especially the annual Memorial Day picnics.
One time, I spent a week with them and she mistakenly served some burnt potatoes. We joked about this for many, many years.
We will miss her.
Our condolences to the family.
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