THE CITY REBORN FROM THE ASHES OF AMERICA'S MOST DISASTROUS FOREST FIRE
Lillie Aonna Mae Giese-Commins, was born without a heartbeat on June 13, 2013. God had decided that he needed another angel in heaven.
Left behind but not forgotten are her parents Richie Giese and Bridgette Commins. She has three sisters, Karmen, Hailey and Autumn. Grandparents are Kevin and Rosemary Jensen and Mark and Brenda Galbraith. Great-grandparents are Bob and Sue Trossen, Nels and Elsie Jensen, Tom and Dorothy Galbraith, Lauren and Richard Commins (Richard is waiting in heaven). And many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.
A private ceremony will be held at the Breed Cemetery. There is a fund set up at Menominee Granite Company 2508 14th Ave., Menominee, Wi 49854. If anyone would like to contribute to help the parents get a headstone for Lillie Aonna, please contact them.
The world may never notice, if a flower doesnt bloom, or even pause to wonder if the petals fall too soon. But every life that ever forms or ever comes to be, touches the hearts of many for all eternity. The little one we longed for, was swiftly here and gone. But the love that was still planted is a light that will shine on. And though our arms are empty, our hearts know what is true. We will go on for eternity, always loving you.
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