Posted by Kenny Tashian in behalf of Ed Drucker for Myra's children
I have not commented on any of my classmates passing over the last many, many, many years but I felt it was appropriate to do so now.
I wanted to let you know what a very special person Mom was and was remembered by. We never had any kind of romantic relationship but could talk to
each other as friends for long stretches of time and share our thoughts and feelings about so many things, personal or school related. Memory serves to remember her to be a quiet, classy, very introspective person and a great listener.
It saddens me to know that she passed, but especially that it was from such a brutally devastating disease. I have lost a father to lung cancer and a sister to breast cancer at age 42, so I know the horror it brings to not only the patient but also to their families.
During this month as we Jews approach the high holidays of Rosh Hoshanna and Yom Kippur, I will ask G-d to make this new year one of healing for her family.
Dave Cole (1960)
In Loving Memory of Myra E. Cole (Schweiger)
February 18, 1947- August 6, 2013
A beautiful smile, a heart of gold, one of the best this world could hold. Sincere, courageous, and true in your heart and mind, beautiful memories you left behind.
Life will never be the same without you. You gave us a legacy of how to live well, know what is important and what is possible when love and dedication are present.
Your spirit reaches out to those you love. The world is a better place because of you.
Loved with a love beyond all telling, missed with a grief beyond tears. Forever remembered, forever missed.
By David, Pam, Cindy and Family
July 31, 2014