June 26, 2014
Grannie Aggie, one of the most wondrous souls in the room, a pleasure to talk with, how special to meet in real life. Once the Boomers moved onto Facebook, we got to know Grannie in a way we never would have been able to, her humor, her kindness, we shared her life closer than we could have imagined way back in the Boomer Room. Her leaving is a terrible loss for those of us who remain, but I am firm we have yet another incredible angel watching over all of us. My deepest sympathies to her family and friends.

My granddaughter Sharon Criss has messaged me that her grandmother, Cindy Criss, (a wonderful Facebook friend) is leaving this earth today after an extended struggle with Lou Gherig's disease. The subject was never mentioned in any of her posts and she commented and posted regularly. I saw a recent photo of her and it shook me. She was in the hospital with all kinds of tubes in her body and her beloved dog at her side. I knew then that she didn't have long.

But since I saw she liked one of my posts only two days ago I did not realize how short a time she had. I"ll catch up with her on the other side. Here's to a great lady!

John Boyce
Texas ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

RIP Cindy Criss . .you were such a kind lady always telling stories of your grands! You will be a wonderful angel watching over all you loved!

Anita Johnson Brandt

Heaven must be a million times more beautiful. May the Lord watch between me and thee while we are absent one from the other. It was my honor to have known you, Cindy Criss

Susan King.

Please read an incredible story written by Sharron Little Burnett about Cindy and her twin sister, Carol here --> Goodnight

Please leave virtual flowers and a note on her Findagrave memoial located HERE.
(Yes, you have to join but it's free)


Please, please, send your words, thoughts, remembrances to Anne (Anne at packrat-pro.com or Lady Annne at aol.com, three n's)