@sarinne....God Bless you sweet lady. You are missed
She was absolutely a sweetheart and loved Jesus. She would want me to let everyone know that it was her faith that saw her through her years of illness. The last time we communicated with each other was on June 25. She was in rehab/ therapy and had her ups and downs, but one of the last things she said to me was "I am so grateful today for wonderful, prayerful family and friends." We had a light-hearted conversation about which horse we wanted to ride in heaven and this is her answer..."I'm thinking maybe my favorite race and broodmare Personal Ensign. Maybe Winning Colors or Genuine Risk? Thinking about Ruffian is too sad. Can't pick from my fave living girls.
I know you are with your Lord and Savior.
Love you Amy.
Her real presence was as Amy and she bred, raised, and showed Irish setters to championship levels, and was located in Colorado. She needs her own thread and storyline.
Hey @KMM. I know she was Amy Noyes on Facebook. I’m friends with her on Facebook and her brother posted about her death. I know she had been in the hospital with bad pancreatitis and she had some sort of heart issue develop, but it sounded like she was in rehab and getting better. It must have been sudden. That’s all I know right now. It’s just so sad.
I am so sorry to hear of @sarinne passing --- such sad news. To those who knew her personally, I send my condolences. I only knew her as a forum member but so appreciated her participation on this site. I will miss her comments and opinions.
Uff, so many have passed on this forum, as @bleubetty wrote I too only knew her through the forum but very much enjoyed our forum chats. To those who have more personal contacts please pass on my condolences to her family.
Not another one.... RIP @sarinne. gone far too soon. She wasn't even 50 by the looks of her Facebook page. It's unbelievable.