21, 1926-September 2, 2007
(the Dash is the Most Important Part)
I remember when I was young and bedridden for three
months and in much back pain.......Dad, after 14+ hours of work at the store, would always come home and talk to me and rub
my back to sooth me. I can still feel his touch soothing me now.
Dad loved to laugh at my jokes. I suspect he always
laughed for me, even if it wasn't funny.
My favorite thing he ever said................
He may have just lost an
argument with Mom, but he got his three sons together and told them to never forget.........
Any man that says he is the
Master of his own home is either lying, Single, or his Wife said it was OK to say that.
Thank you Dad
GrandPa Simon around 1955
Great-Patriarch of My Nieces and Nephews
Great-Matriarch of my Nieces and Nephews
CHRISTINA EASTERDAY nee SIMON
Feb. 10, 1918 – Jan. 14, 2003
Ellen blessed this earth in 1918 with an
unconditional love for much.
She loved the simplistic things in life--
Animals, flowers, time spent in a park, the
seashore, good music and movies, and good friends.
She was an avid fan of biology, archaeology, genealogy, history, medical
issues and skating.
She never once thought of herself, only others first. She was very giving of herself in many ways.
she was a worrywart but her concern was real, she only wanted the best for everyone.
Now she blesses heaven in 2003.
WAS GERMAN QUITE A LOT,
SCOT-IRISH JUST A SPOT, SWISS TOO
AMERICAN BORN, HOW ‘BOUT YOU?
TOUCH OF FRENCH, NOW YOU
SEE, ALL THESE
CULTURES ADDED UP TO ME.
Beloved father of Barbara and Francis,
and husband of Ellen Easterday,
died December 10, 2003.
John was 92 years old,
and is with us forever, in our hearts.
We have been blessed
by his presence.
Jan's and John's Dad
San Diego, Ca. 1943.
US Navy 1943 to 1952.
With us forever.
My GrandFather and GrandMother on their honeymoon at the Queen Isabella Inn, Port Isabel, Texas 1925.
Taylor Hartzog and Carolina Julia Kindinger
Mom and Dad and Augustine
Those Beautiful Kids. My Family having a good time July 4, 2005.