Charlene Milne Obituary, Death Cause – This morning, Charlene went in a manner that was calm and unhurried, and Harrison and I were both there to provide her support as she made her way out the door. The song “Good Night” by The Beatles was the last tune I played for her because I always played the role of the DJ for her. Because you have never contributed anything to our world that was not good, my love, you have earned the right to rest in peace now that you have been given the opportunity.
It has left me with a deep sense of loss to learn of both your and Harrison’s passing. Your love for Charlene was incomprehensible, and the beauty of your family is indescribable; both are beyond description. She is such a sweet and sympathetic person, and she possesses such a lovely personality. She is such a wonderful person. We are going to hold on to the memories of her forever, and whenever we do, we will remember of her with affection. Charlene was one of the people whose ideas kept flooding back to me while I was in Jerseyville the other day.
While I was there, I was there. During our time together in elementary school and 4-H, we enjoyed a close friendship with one another. I am very grateful that we were able to spend some time together in 2011, and that Eileen was able to bring her to Kansas City so that she could visit me later on. I will never forget either of those experiences. The combination of these two factors fills me with an overwhelming sense of gratitude.
Dear, I want you to know that you are in my thoughts and prayers, and I hope that the bluebird of happiness was there to greet you as you departed this world. Please know that I am thinking about you and praying for you. Please accept my sympathies on behalf of Richard and Harrison and thank you for your time and consideration.