Age 78 of Forest Lake. Passed away on July 30, 2017.
Survived by children, Warren Robert (Elizabeth) Eichner, Gregory Michael Crosswait, Loraine Eichner (Steven) Lee, Susan Crosswait (Brent) Carlson, Tamara Michelle Crosswait, Patricia Louise Crosswait; grandchildren, Ryan James Eichner, Zachary Riegle Crosswait, Mackenzie Eichner Lee, Emma Riegle.
Private family interment on Wednesday, August 2nd at Oak Park Cemetery, Forest Lake.
In my last post I meant to say "I will hold you in my heart'
Mom... until we meet again. I will hold you in my ??'". I love you!
May God be with your family during this difficult time. She had a smile that could light up a room and she will be missed
I loved sitting up late and talking with mom about life. We'd share stories about how she grew up and dreams I had for myself. She loved all my friends and the kids in the neighborhood. Mom was never selfish, she always gave her all and fought for us kids. I loved how she never seemed scared of anything. I will always cherish her smile, laugh and love of life.
I remember coming in late some nights and she would be sitting on the couch, smoking a cigarette or eating a bowl of cereal. She was a great cook and loved to cook for her family. Mom loved Pepsi, butter bread and cigarettes!!
Most of all, mom taught me how to love.
Thank you mom for all the years of support and love. Until we meet again..,xoxo
Late night smoking and chatting on the couch, her hanging out with me and my friend Ruth. Her telling me stories about her life and family while sitting up late at night. Her asking me, "when am I going to see your pretty face?" When I was 4 her asking me how on Earth there is room in the bed for me with all my stuffed animals. My reply, "they need covers too". She completely accepted that as a great answer.
international house of pancakes on sunday morning, late night talks over a bowl of Cheerios...and of course matza ball soup
To my mom,
Every Christmas time, we sit at night and listening to Lite 102.9 about all the stories about love ones who lost someone or found someone and great miracles about god. Mom did not care if a person is a certain reglion, only she care for that person as their self. Mom was a unselfish person which I will always love her. Bye, Bye, Bunnyrabbit, Bunnyrabbit, it is a joke from me to her at the nursing home. Love you always, your best friend and daughter, Tamara Michelle
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