In Loving Memory of Tina Lusk Byrd |

In Loving Memory of Tina Lusk Byrd

Tina Lusk Byrd

You are my darling daughter who left me too soon – you were everything I ever wanted. You finally arrived, and the bond between us was indescribable. But God looked down and found an empty place. Don’t grieve for me, I am free. He took you to a better place. It broke my heart to lose you, part of me went with you. I miss you more each and every day. Life will never be the same.

Each time I see your picture I cry. Every day, you smile and say, “Don’t cry, I’m in God’s hand now. I will be waiting for you in heaven.”

I know you are with your dad, brothers Scott and Rick. You left your children Justin and Jessica, Brothers Roger, Phil, Greg, Lawrence, family and friends.

Sadly we miss you,

Mother Glenna Lusk.

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