Friday, October 12, 2012

Re: My wife has left this earth for a better place - Funeral Services

My family's prayers are with you and your family.

Greg Denysenko


From: John Boone <wargamer.john@gmail.com>;
To:
Subject: Re: My wife has left this earth for a better place - Funeral Services
Sent: Fri, Oct 12, 2012 11:07:43 PM

With the help of my church I've made funeral arrangements.

Visitation is on Sunday Oct 14 at Jackson Turrentine Morrow Funeral Home, 2525 Central Expy. Allen, TX between 6 - 8 pm.
Memorial Service is on Monday Oct 15 at Grace Avenue United Methodist Church, 3521 Main st. Frisco TX 75034 at 3 pm.
Burial service following the Memorial service at Ridgeviw West Memorial Park in Frisco, TX.

John Boone

On Fri, Oct 12, 2012 at 1:47 PM, John Boone <wargamer.john@gmail.com> wrote:

At 9:05 this morning my friend, wife, and love of my life, Dana, was relieved of her burden of cancer she fought so strongly against for the last 6 months.

Dana touched many lives during her short visit here, even during her tough times in the hospital. Many people went to her room thinking think to comfort her and she ended up comforting them only as Dana could do.

There were many obstacles, sets backs, and twists and turns during her fight, at times I thought too many, but Dana never once said she was ready to give up. She was a fighter to the end with the only goal to beat this thing and go home to her family. She is with a much bigger family now in heaven. I love her for that and will miss her.

Even when she was in pain she never complained for herself. During these times she thought about kids that had cancer and how much they had to go through. Always thinking of kids - that was Dana. She was always there for the kids, ours and everyone elses she knew. I love her for that and will miss her.

Back in August when it first appeared that Dana was not going to make it, one of the doctors said it was unfortunate that she had bad genes. I thought to myself that if she had different genes she wouldn't be Dana. I loved her genes.
 
I love her for everything that she was and will miss her,
 
John Boone

 


Re: My wife has left this earth for a better place - Funeral Services

With the help of my church I've made funeral arrangements.

Visitation is on Sunday Oct 14 at Jackson Turrentine Morrow Funeral Home, 2525 Central Expy. Allen, TX between 6 - 8 pm.
Memorial Service is on Monday Oct 15 at Grace Avenue United Methodist Church, 3521 Main st. Frisco TX 75034 at 3 pm.
Burial service following the Memorial service at Ridgeviw West Memorial Park in Frisco, TX.

John Boone

On Fri, Oct 12, 2012 at 1:47 PM, John Boone <wargamer.john@gmail.com> wrote:

At 9:05 this morning my friend, wife, and love of my life, Dana, was relieved of her burden of cancer she fought so strongly against for the last 6 months.

Dana touched many lives during her short visit here, even during her tough times in the hospital. Many people went to her room thinking think to comfort her and she ended up comforting them only as Dana could do.

There were many obstacles, sets backs, and twists and turns during her fight, at times I thought too many, but Dana never once said she was ready to give up. She was a fighter to the end with the only goal to beat this thing and go home to her family. She is with a much bigger family now in heaven. I love her for that and will miss her.

Even when she was in pain she never complained for herself. During these times she thought about kids that had cancer and how much they had to go through. Always thinking of kids - that was Dana. She was always there for the kids, ours and everyone elses she knew. I love her for that and will miss her.

Back in August when it first appeared that Dana was not going to make it, one of the doctors said it was unfortunate that she had bad genes. I thought to myself that if she had different genes she wouldn't be Dana. I loved her genes.
 
I love her for everything that she was and will miss her,
 
John Boone

 


My wife has left this earth for a better place

At 9:05 this morning my friend, wife, and love of my life, Dana, was relieved of her burden of cancer she fought so strongly against for the last 6 months.

Dana touched many lives during her short visit here, even during her tough times in the hospital. Many people went to her room thinking think to comfort her and she ended up comforting them only as Dana could do.

There were many obstacles, sets backs, and twists and turns during her fight, at times I thought too many, but Dana never once said she was ready to give up. She was a fighter to the end with the only goal to beat this thing and go home to her family. She is with a much bigger family now in heaven. I love her for that and will miss her.

Even when she was in pain she never complained for herself. During these times she thought about kids that had cancer and how much they had to go through. Always thinking of kids - that was Dana. She was always there for the kids, ours and everyone elses she knew. I love her for that and will miss her.

Back in August when it first appeared that Dana was not going to make it, one of the doctors said it was unfortunate that she had bad genes. I thought to myself that if she had different genes she wouldn't be Dana. I loved her genes.
 
I love her for everything that she was and will miss her,
 
John Boone

 

Sunday, October 7, 2012

Frisco Library Gameday Oct 6 2012

Mervyn Dejecacion, Mark Bausman, and myself played 3 games of Cyclades. Mervyn won games 1 and 3 while I won game 2.

Frisco Library Gameday Oct 6 2012

Kent Wayne, Steven Sheasby, Steve Gallob, and Bill Thomson played Andean Abyss. Bill's drug cartel faction won the game.


From my Samsung Galaxy S3.

Frisco Library Gameday Oct. 6 2012

Kent Wayne and Steve Gallob finished the afternoon with a game of Washington's War.


From my Samsung Galaxy S3.

Frisco Library Gameday Oct 6 2012

Doug Erwin and his friend played the Haslach 1805 scenario from the Jours de Gloire series game.


From my Samsung Galaxy S3.

Friday, October 5, 2012