Linda and family, please accept my deepest sympathy. Your mother had a long, rich life. I remember when my mother was at the end of her life she managed a trip to Hong Kong and she and my dad went to visit your folks there. Take care.Carolyn Bower Aanestad - 3/30/2017
Linda, Gary and Family,
Please accept my sympathy for the death of Carol. I always felt very close to Carol, although she was my aunt, she was in a way like a big sister to me. She babysat for my sisters and me while she was in high school -- and then I babysat for her children, (you and your sister and brothers) while Carol, Bill and I were at the University of Wyoming at the same time. It was full circle. I visited with them in Hong Kong and she in Bill always stopped by when they were passing through the west coast. We had travel, science (Bill) and Wyoming in common and always had great discussions. I will miss her a lot and know that it will be a difficult time for all of you. It is always sad and hard to lose your mother. I will be thinking of you.
Nancy Bower Robertson
Hey Day cousins and your families, I was so sorry to hear about Carol's passing. I know the past few years were hard for her and your families. We are going thru some the same issues. I always looked forward to spending time Carol, Bill and family whenever I was in Wyoming. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Lynette Garms Geneva
Linda, Gary and all the Day Family,
Frank and I are so sorry to hear about Carol's death. We just loved your mom and dad and always visited them when in Wyoming. I just loved all of you cousins too and could hardly wait until you visited Grandma and Grandpa. Frank and I so enjoyed both Carol and Bill and they were always so gracious to us.
I am having a shoulder replacement and so will be unable to attend the funeral. Hi to all the cousins and hope to see you in the near future.
It will be very sad to have both parents gone. You will feel like orphans. At least I did at 45 years old.
All our love and prayers,
Frank and Gretchen (Bower) Knapp