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In Memory - Lane Brown

Gone But Not Forgotten November 11, 2011

It has been two years since you left. You are in our hearts everyday and your spirit is always around us. You gave us such joy and a lot of wonderful memories. We were so blessed to have had you. There is never enough time with the one you love, we miss you. You are in God's care now. Until we meet again.

Love, Sheila, Sandee (Ric) Lane Jr., Shannon (Brian), grandchildren Austin, Savannah, Zack, Kayla, sister Shirley (Gene), numerous nieces, nephews, In-laws and many friends.

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