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Remembering Anthony & Tammy Reece: They loved life

'If tears could bring both back . . . you both would be with us tonight'

Brenda Henson writes:
What a great picture of these two angels. Only the Lord knows how bad we miss you tonight. How will we get through life without these special two people? Anthony, I love you so much. You were like my child, always there for us. They loved life and died doing what they enjoyed. Watched him grow up playing with my son, Brandon. So good to his mother and also brothers. Loved his many, many friends. We love Tammy also. She was a great wife. Spent lots of time at Anthony's Auto Sales. Always had a smile on her face. Cooked lunch every day for the guys that worked for them. If tears could bring you both back, you both would be with us tonight. Thanks to John, Criss, Larry and Devin, for all their hard work, since Anthony & Tammy passed away. Sadly missed. Love, your Aunt Brenda - Brenda Henson
Comments re photo 67663 Community grieving for losses of Tammy and Anthony Reece



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