Key Person – Nancy (my mother)
STATEMENT – Jenny meant the world to me. She was a loving and caring daughter and a hardworking and diligent student. Our family was poor and we lived in a tiny, tattered apartment for the majority of her life. Her biggest goal in life was to have a successful career and earn enough money to purchase a house for us to live in. While her friends were out partying, she locked herself in her room and studied viscously. The sacrifices she made and the countless hours she spent studying paid off. I will never forget the day she found out she got accepted into Western University’s Master of Science Physician Assistant program. She was overjoyed and was completely taken back. She held me tightly and together, we cried. I have never been more proud of my daughter! I did not mind living in that small apartment. I was content knowing that I was living with my daughter. I feel so alone living in this extravagant house now that she is gone. Jenny, I miss you so much and I wish that you were still here by my side. I love you, always.
ROLE – Sister
Key person – Julie (my younger sister)
STATEMENT – Jenny was an amazing sister, daughter, and friend to those she loved. She was a unique individual who knew how to pursue her goals and follow her dreams. She constantly encouraged and motivated those around her to do the same. She simply wanted the best for everyone. Jenny lit up any room she was in – she had an amazing sense of humor and her laughter was contagious. I love my big sis and she will be missed.
ROLE – Sister
Key Person – Jimmy (my younger brother)
STATEMENT – I cannot find the right words to express how much you mean to me. You took on the role of being a father and taught me how to be...
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...touch my heart, whether it is someone remembering my birthday or someone asking me how my day was.
I want to be remembered as a strong, highly motivated, goal-oriented, determined, and humble individual. I want to be remembered as someone’s role model and inspiration. I want to be remembered as someone who encourages others to follow their dreams and strive for their goals. I hope, that because of me, I have encouraged someone to lead a happier and healthier lifestyle. I want my family and friends to preserve whatever memory they have of me. I want them to remember my lame jokes, my animated personality, and my witty and sassy remarks. I want them to remember me as someone who is forever grateful to have such amazing people in my life. I want them to know that they have all impacted me one way or another and have helped shaped me in becoming the woman I am today.
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