Deborah Sue Molenberg
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August 09, 2014
This bond we shared was too strong to be broken, even when life’s circumstances tried to test it. Our experiences in life, both good and bad, brought us even closer together and strengthened our commitment to each other. We truly have a love that will last forever.

I can’t even begin summarize how much we’ve shared together. How can I possibly explain every smile, every hug, every kiss, every intimate conversation or every time we’ve held hands on a beach? Where would I even begin to describe all the trips we’ve taken, all the places we’ve been, and all the things we’ve done…All of our shared experiences in life?

Debbie will forever reside in my heart and in my mind. She has changed and improved me in ways that I can’t even describe, and my memories of her are indelible. I will take her wherever I go; and she is forever… a part of me.

Farewell my love…

August 09, 2014

Debbie and I have been married for almost 16 years. I loved her with all my heart and wanted to spend the rest of my life with her. She was the most loving, caring person I know; she was one of a kind. For her, family is what mattered the most, and she truly loved everybody. She was especially fond of the grandchildren, and as a grandmother, she couldn’t be happier. Nothing pleased her more than seeing them, playing with them, and taking care of them; she loved them all so dearly.

I desperately miss my wife. She was my partner in life and my life partner. She was my best friend, my confident, and my lover. We had a bond that was unique to ourselves, and a commitment of our true hearts. She had written to me: “You are my rock, I’m so grateful for all that you do for me”. Well, …she was my foundation. She advised and supported my activities in life, giving me the strength to succeed and the willpower to push forward. She was my critic and my teacher. Without her, I would most certainly have achieved less. She has made me a better person, and I am so grateful to have had her as my wife.

This bond we shared was too strong to be broken, even when life’s circumstances tried t

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