Alzheimer's and Dementia Memorial Wall.

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Mr. John Luther Moore

05/30/1930 to 04/28/2021

Dad I will never stop fighting for you. I promise you that I will always be by your side and I will. I love you. Baby girl Carolyn


02/27/1931 to 11/25/2008

To the greatest man, brother, father, grandpa and great grandpa there ever was!

Florence "Dolly" Kowalski

12/16/1932 to 08/06/2016

Mom, I love you and miss you always. Thank you for being such a wonderful mother. Love always, Steve


08/02/1930 to 08/31/2013

I would to say to my mom in heaven that I miss you so very much, and I say thank you for your years of life that you gave me. August 2,1930-August 31,2013....I salute a wonderful woman.....till we meet again may you forever rest in peace. Remembrance Mother, as I walk through the journey of life, I remember. I remember how you helped me to grow with love, truth, and honesty. I remember how you helped me to choose the right path with values, morals, and self worth. I remember how you gave me dreams with hope and confidence. As I remember, I pray to be a mother like you, to shape my children into strong adults, full of hopes and dreams. You made me who I am today, and I will always remember you in life's passings for no one could touch my life as you have. Remembrance in life's passing is the truest form of love one can give, for a memory should never die and a love should live forever in the heart of another!!!

jacqueline batz

07/14/1942 to 01/29/2015

Your Memorial you were the love of my life .i never expected that you would not outlive me .but that thief dementia took you away from me and our family .i know that you are now in a peaceful place .no longer tormented by the dementia demons .i will love you until my dying breadth .wayne

Joann Engelhart

Passed 2013

I love you with all of my heart Grandma!

Mady M Kostiha

7-7-34 to 8-6-12

Mom, forever you will live in my heart.
May you rest with the angels after such a long struggle.
Your beautiful smile will be missed by you.

Gale Wilson

09/23/1915 to 05/08/1987

For a wonderful father whom
was taken from us much too soon.

Merv Condren

24-09-1939 to 14-08-2011

Dad I love and miss you so much. I will never forget your blown kisses when you couldn't speak. You had Alzheimers but never forgot your family. Thank you for being the funny man that brightened our lives. xx

Aileen G. Kelly

1917- 2009

Nanny was the most wonderful mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother anyone could want. She mothered us all and was our strength and our rock. We love her and miss her each and every day and can't wait to see her again. And we will. Love, Joyce, Dell, Jim, Zhalen, Rickie, Clayton, Kelly, and Christopher.

Eunice Fraser

2-14-1926 to 4-22-2003

We miss and love her so much. Our best friend, wife and Mom anyone could have. We will one day be with her when we pass over that rainbow, she will be waiting for us. All of our love, Earl, Judy & Nancy

Christine Hall


In Loving Memory of Christine Hall. The sweetest woman to ever walk the earth! May she rest in peace!

James MacKenzie, II

12-1-33 to 11-22-2000

If someone could have a brother who loved unconditionally, you would have described my brother. A Korean war survivor, a professional drummer, a professional mechanic, a college graduate, an exceptional real estate broker and appointee of the 1976 bicentennial committee for restoring Princeton, NJ to it's origin when George Washington came through. This was my one and only brother. In his memory I study, research, write and advocate for the cause of Alzheimer's. Love from his middle sister

Margaret Boettger

8-15-1929 - 1-29-2009

Margaret Boettger was everything to everyone. She not only raised three children but also ran a business and was tirelessly involved in the Levittown, Long Island community.
We miss you so much Mom!
Love, Ralph E, Ralph D, Lisa and Jamie

Gerald (Jerry) Collins

10/21/31 - 12/16/09

My beloved husband, my life will never be the same as you were my life. The daily tears are suppose to stop flowing in time, but the hurt in my heart will last forever. How can I live without you? As life goes on around me I feel my life has come to an end without you. God has set you free so please my love soar like and eagle. In time I believe he will set me free from the pain I endure from losing you, and someday we'll be together so we can soar together, as he has promised.


1920 - 2009

Thanks Dear Cranky,
you were our inspiration.
See you again!
Kelly and Craig

Ruth Siegel


Grand mother to 8 children. We miss you very much.

Ramona Reyes

12-28-31 - 3-4-96

Mom, we hold you in our hearts forever.
Elsy and family

Lena Alberta Sears

Sept. 3, 1922 to Feb. 22, 2008

You've won the battle; you're going home.

Frances E. Salas

09/29/14 -12/24/04

You fought and long and tough battle. May you rest in heavenly peace, please take care of Sal.
Love, Marie

George Clarke

6/2/30 to 11/4/11

Don't cry because it's over
Laugh because it happened!


8-22-1918 to 5-28-2010

A memorial for the man who NEVER stopped thinking, loving and remembering. He will always live forever young...

I Love you my Papa,Your favorite ( and yes I know I'm the only one ) Little girl, Jorie

Frank J Calalbrese

12/13/1927 to 7/30/2009

Everyone remembers Frankie

Ralph E Ullery

1/15/20 to 4/7/11

Ralph was a special indidvual, a hard worker and good family man. I had the opppurtunity to take care of him the last two years of his life. He was not a blood relative but he is thought of as one. He was a child at heart. I have been blessed for knowing him and can't thank his family enough for letting me care for such an indiviual. This was my first true experience loosing someone I TRUELY LOVED to this horrbile disease process.

Bob J. Willis

04/19/19 to 04/22/08

My father was the most joyful, loving, caring and kind man who was smiling until the day he left this earth. I never heard him say anything unkind about anyone, he loved everyone and lived the life I believe we are supposed to live. His last years were very sad, he slowly didn't recognize his family, but he knew me, he told me he loved me the day before he died. We were buddies and I miss him dearly, he was the absolutely perfect father.

Anthony Bove

07-27-1930 to 02-26-2012

...find your way dad just like you let me find mine.

Helen Schlarbaum

August 1917 - January 9, 2010

Helen, it started out with me being your caregiver so far apart in age. But as time went on, you not only became like a mom to me, but my very best friend that gave sunshine to my every day from the time I got you up in the morning! Thank you for the laughs, the tears, the great talks and for loving me and my family the way you did. I love you Helen, and I miss you so much! But I know you are with Donald again and smiling down on me! I will always carry you in my heart! Love always, ~Bonnie

Margret Tray

1-1-34 - 5-11-09

We may not have been Family by Blood,
But Family by choice.. Love you

Kathleen Moore

November 18, 1926 - October 29, 2008

Kathleen 'Kitty' L. Moore, 81, of Port Orange, FL, an ordained minister with the Apostolic Mission Church in Clarksburg, WV, died Wednesday, October 29, 2008 at Halifax Hospital. Mrs. Moore moved to Port Orange in 1981 from her birth place. Kitty was born in Clarksburg, WV, November 18, 1926, a daughter of the late Harold and Love Davis. She was married to Walter Moore, an ordained minister, who preceded her in death. Kitty enjoyed cooking and spending time with her family. She was a true fan of Dale Earnhardt, Sr. of Nascar and the Dallas Cowboys. Surviving is one son, Mark Moore; four daughters, Kathy Green, Gloria Quigley, Tena Amara, and Debbie Fitz-Gerald, with whom she made her home; three brothers, six sisters, nine grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren. In lieu of flowers, the family has requested donations be made to the Alzheimer's Association, 988 Woodcock Rd., Ste 200, Orlando, FL 32802.

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