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Its been one year since my son went to his true destination. Though its not yet real to me yet, I thank all of my elite friends who have supported me emotionally during this most tragic and painful time. Your kindness and loving thoughts will be remembered by my family and I forever. Thank you.

Cheryl Walsh


Jeremy Michael Walsh (Dec.10/73 ~ May 9/05)

Remembering a very special and unique young man, with love, respect, deep admiration and many happy memories...
Its been one year since we last saw your million dollar smile Jer ~ but we think of you every single day!
Though its just a memory, some memories last forever...
Loving you always, forgetting you never.
Travel only the roads you choose now Jer, and we will all be together again one day ~ reunited by our love.

Your Loving Family ~ Mom, Glenn, Paul Jr., Heidi, Chris and Mike

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  Hi Cheryl,
Yes Cheryl, some memories last forever......always in the heart. Jeremy was a very special young man. A whole year has past but always remember we your elite family will always be here for you and your family. Jeremy has touched my heart even though I didn't know him personally. Cheryl, you shared him with us and that was a blessing for me. I got to know this young man through you. Many years will pass but none forgotten. Take care Cheryl, give the other young men a big hug. God bless you and your family.
Love, Wanda
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