She was passionate and committed to her faith as a Jehovahs Witness.
She loved taking care of my children and they became very close to her. I loved talking with her.
She was a fighter and never gave up on herself. I truly admired that about her.
The hardest part during her time at the hospital, not being there by her side until her last day was the hardest. The day she passed I spoke to her that morning. I would have given her the world.
I would tell her not to worry about working hard anymore. I would stick to my promise to have her take care of herself while I did the rest and she didn’t have to worry about working hard. We love you so much and I did not give up on you Tia.
You were always so wonderful with the children and they miss you so much. I will miss seeing you get all dolled up for church and how lovely you looked.