In Loving Memory...


Jennifer Grant
November, 1974 - August, 2002
Dear Jen,
I can not begin to tell you how sad and sorry I am that that you are gone; that things went the way they did. It really sucks, Jen. I want you to know that you deserved more than how it ended up. You were not a bad person, no matter what Ed must have been telling you.

It has been a few years since I saw you last, but I hope you know that I have been thinking of you every bit of that time. So many good things have happened as a result of my knowing you. Other people say they have been helped, and I myself have been helped. Honest, I know you would be really proud. I had so much saved up to tell you about, and now I can't. It's the worst feeling, and I feel really awful.

Everyone talks about what a tragedy it was, and how messed up you were. The programs, the jail, the drugs. They are all over that stuff right now, and they seem, for the moment, to have forgotten the nice person that was always there, back inside, back behind all that crap that Ed was doing to you.

I just hope somehow you will know what you brought me. Think of me fondly, OK?? Maybe I'll see you later.

Always thinking of you... Bob


Ellen Florence Thomson Fegette
10.2.1960 - 1.3.2000
Your memory lives on in your two beautiful children, Nathaniel and Julia. Although we miss you dearly we understand the pain is gone and you will be forever in our hearts.


Cheryl Heeke
She was a beautiful person inside and out, though her beauty she could not see. She loved and taught and sacrificed, her memory will always live inside of me. Thank you for the lessons, the determination and the undying love you shared.

Wife, mother or four, teacher of music and friend to many died of heart failure due to Anorexia and Bulimia after battling the disease for 20 years.


Rodney DeMichael
I have known you only as a caring and influencial leader in my battle with anorexia nervosa. You have had great impact on my life and miss your presence. You are forever in my memory. Love, Christine Palmer


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