My sympathies to Annette's family. She and Lynn were great people. I still miss Lynn. I know I will miss Annette and talks about dolls. She had great memories to share.
My dear Annette;
There was so much that you so generously had to teach and share,
and I was so much in need to learn.
I could never visit with you enough......and I never did....but I thought of you day after day.
I still will!
Your lovely appearance, large glasses and hair, sparkling eyes, your sweetest of smiles,
and exquisite lapel pins remain in my most precious of memories.
Rest now in sweet peace........I miss you more than words can say. Dolores
John and family : So sorry to see in the paper of your mother's passing. My condolence goes out to you and your family, may she RIP.
We used to own The Grace Cafe. Mr and Mrs Palm would come in occasionally, but primarily during fresh seasonal fruit pie season....to eat while watching Mariners games. Even after Mr. Palm passed away Mrs. Palm could hardly wait for fresh peach season often coming in to say she saw peaches in the store. We sold the cafe in 2014 and hadn't seen her for awhile, I always loved my visits with her. She had a great sense of humor usually referring to his poor hearing or eye sight and hers. God Bless you, Mrs. Palm. We loved you.
Todd and Heidi Larson
Annette has been a life-long friend and I will miss her greatly. She was a wonderful person who brought joy and friendship to many people. God bless you John, Diane, Kris and Melissa, may you find rest and peace during this time.