In Loving Memory...

Emma Marsh
Died april 1993 from complications caused by anorexia nervosa. She weighed just under three and a half stones when she died. Emma does not have a grave stone or a family who cared to remember her... but she hasn't been forgotten.

Her life was cut short at the age of 23 when, without warning, she collapsed due to heart failure. She had suffered from anorexia since the age of 14. She then married her sweetheart two weeks before her 21st birthday. She taught many the devastating effects of eating disorders, which helped her overcome her own battle. But the disease won in the end with her. She will greatly be missed by all who ever met her. I love you sweetie.

Elizabeth Ann Galgano
3.12.1967 - 8.28.1999
  • She was one of the most vibrant, talented, spirited people you could have ever met. She was a great friend. She was a great woman. She will be incredibly missed.

  • Liz, I know that you are up there looking down on me... There isn't a day that passes that I do not think about you. You are with my aunt and uncle now. I miss you so much. You were the best freind that I ever had, and can never ever replace. Please watch over me and my family, and remember that I did, and always will, love you with all my heart. My only regret is not having talked with you the five years before your death. I hope you will forgive me for that. I wish that I could have been there for you, perhaps I could have made a difference... perhaps you would still be here with us. I remember your smile, your humor, and your vibrance for life. I remember so many happy times... Love Always.

  • Today is your birthday and it has been 5 years since your death. Your are still as missed and never forgotton. If you were here I would take you to Lucky Changs for an all out wacky birthday, we would dance with the queens and laugh our heads off. Instead I spent the day with my beautiful daughter Aurora and tonight when I put her to bed and I will tell her a story about her beautiful, smart, vibrant, and incredibly funny Aunt Lizzy whose spirit is alive and well inside of us. I wish she had met you, but without a doubt she will know you. And through witnessing the pain and struggles you went through I believe I have the tools to help guide her to have as loving and healthy belief in herself as I can help bestow upon her. I love you and you will always be my best friend ~ Catherine

  • Unborn Child
    It's been thirteen years since I lost you. My anorexia and I did so much damage to you that you never had a chance. I still think of you often and I fight every day to keep your death from being in vain. I'm so sorry.

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