We both have countless wonderful memories of Carol, Bob, and your entire family. She was always so generous and thoughtful. I'll never forget the birthday cake she ordered and managed to have delivered to me for my 39th birthday. She knew that for me, birthdays were all about the cake and it needed to be chocolate, so that's exactly what she got. It meant the world to me for so many reasons. She made several anonymous donations that made such a positive difference for others. I could go on and on. We were blessed to have known her and all of you. Wishing you all peace. God Bless, Andrea and Leo
I knew Carol and Bob (and Pam) through my Mother, Lida Sigg. She so enjoyed their company on trips and eating out at Midtown. Wonderful people. I'm sorry for your loss.
The Thompson family: I wanted to thank you for all that your parents and you have done for me through the years. I so much enjoyed those evenings in your living room playing hearts or password or some other game that tested not only my gaming but my wit. You made me feel welcome. I could tell because you picked on me just like one of the family. Your Mom was a remarkable woman and I will miss her. Take care. Bill Theobald
Dear Betty, Alex, and Family,
All of us at Kirkwood Iowa City are very sorry for your loss. Your Mom raised a wonderful daughter! We wish you all peace and comfort as you say good bye.
Ann M. Valentine, PhD, MPA
Executive Dean, Kirkwood Iowa City