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In LOVING Memory Of Milagros C. Hunsinger
Wife To Larry Hunsinger
Mother To Lisa McQuade & Michael S. Kirkpatrick
Grandmother ( Nana ) To Edison & Madison McQuade & Joshua, Alex & Kiley Kirkpatrick
She Was Loved and Will Be Remembered By All Who Knew Her
May She Rest In Peace
One of the most devistating things in our life has happened. On Sunday Jan 20, 2008 Our mother Milagros C. Hunsinger (Kookie to some, Millie to most) suffured an anurism in the area of her brain stem. This anurism caused her to have a truamatic stroke. The doctors at U of M opperated feaverishly to try and releave some of the pressure and remove the large clot that had formed. The doctors were able to stop the bleeding and remove a large portion of the clot. Though successful in the operation, the damage done by both the stroke and clot were irreversable. Doctor stated that nomore than a vegitative state could be expected, at best.
On Tuesday Jan 22, 2008, with the guidence and love that my mother would have wanted, the choice was made to remove the very equipment that was keeping her alive and allow her to be in peace.
At 3:58pm on the January 22nd our mother passed away.
She was such a wonderful woman, wife and mother. She gave everything she had, and her soul if possible, to her freinds and family. I ask you all this one thing, morn her only for a minute, but remember how she lived and loved all of us forever.
Her greatest achievement in her life was the family she created. She loved her husband Larry. He was one of the best things that has ever happened to her. The light in her eyes shinned so bright at the very mention of him. Together, they were an example of how two halves of one soul will always find thier way home together.
As a grandmother her love was insurmountable. Our greatest thought when she died was that Kiley, born weeks prior, was able to feel her and hear her voice. She love all of her grandchildren more than life itself. Though most of her grandchildren are too young to really comprehend where Grandma or "Nana" went, they will grow up knowing enough of her, that it would be as if she had been there their whole life.
As a mother, no words can describe her. She loved us so much. My only comfort now is knowing that she was able to see that her hard work and undying love to us has grown into the families that we now have.
There arent enough words to describe what she ment to us. She was our mother and our best friend. We will miss her, but most of all, We will remember her and live our life as best and better than she would want us to do.
MOM, WE LOVE YOU AND YOU WILL FOREVER LIVE WITHIN OUR HEARTS.
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