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BuuVan A.J. Rasih

(March 1,1950 / Luangprabang, Laos)

Rest In Peace


In Memory of My Beloved Mother

In life you bring happiness
and joy to those you love.
In death you leave us with
lasting memories of joy you bought
into our lives.

Many thing bought joy to you,
more greater than being with us
and our children.
Your love radiated through your eyes
and your joy through your laughs-
wonderful traits leaving
a permanent imprint
in our hearts.

You were loved by all of us,
are surely you will be missed
by all of us here today.

Your sons,
your daughters,
grandsons,
grand-daughters
and your family
and friends.

Peace Be With Us,
As It Is With You.

All Our Love.
Goodbye Mother,
Our Beloved Mother,
Rest In Peace.

Buu-van Rasih
The Blessed Heart

Submitted: Monday, December 29, 2008
Edited: Monday, December 29, 2008
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