Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Cherokee Park, in honor of Mom

On February 8, 2013, exactly 6 months after Mom's passing Camille and I received an email from my aunt Beverly that Mom's plaque had been installed on a park bench in Cherokee Park, one of Mom's favorite places in Louisville.  Her bench is in the pavilion on top of Berringer Hill, also known as "Dog Hill" or in the winter time "the sledding hill". 

Here are some pictures to remember the day we all went to visit.

 
 
The pavilion on Berringer Hill where Mom's bench sits

L toR:  Dad, Margaret, Camille, Beverly, Me

Dad

L to R:  Margaret, Beverly, Dad, Me, Camille

 

Sitting on Mom's bench - Dad, Camille, Me

Dad, Beverly, Margaret

Scattering bird seed in honor of Mom

Beverly

 
Margaret

Me (sitting), Camille

Dad

 

 

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