Guest Book (Thelma Nadia Brummett)

Margaret Anderson - June 3rd, 2012 at 5:25pm
I did not know my Aunt Thelma well, although she and my mother were quite close. She and my mom shared a love of music and talked regularly. I do remember her regular summer visits to Klamath Falls. My deepest sympathy to her sons, family, and friends during this difficult time of sadness and grief. Please know that I send my love and encouragement.

Sheila Scott - June 3rd, 2012 at 5:14pm
My older sister Thelma was a wonderful sister and a valued friend. I always knew she was there and could be counted on. I very much love and admire her. We were very close and I will miss her dearly. She was dadís *sweet little Swede* and I was his *hotheaded Irishwoman.* Thelma was always so generous and kind. May you be as free as the wind, as soft as the sheepís wool, as straight as an arrow that you may journey into the heart of God. All my love, peace and strength to her sons (David, Paul & James) and to her many friends. Until we reunite again, may God hold and keep you in the palm of His hand.

Connie, Jack, and DJ Means - May 28th, 2012 at 4:04pm
What a blessing to have had Thelma as my sister, who accepted my husband, Jack, and our son, DJ with open arms and much generosity. Though we were separated in age by 21 years, of all the people in my life, Thelma stands out in so many ways...never a bad word about anybody, never a gossip, always gave GREAT sisterly advice, and most of all, her and I never had a spat of any kind! Her advice and help over the years will help me cope throughout the rest of my life. Even to the very end, she taught me how to view life, and to accept with grace the end of life. Love and peace to all her family and friends, and thanks so much for sharing your thoughts.

Colleen (Gray) Montemayor - May 26th, 2012 at 6:23pm
Thelma and I go back a long way. We were classmates at Peshastin grade school beginning in 1937 until she moved with her family to Leavenworth a few miles away. I spent many wekends with Thelma at her home or mine. In Leavenworth we went to movies together and Mass together. After high school I worked in the office of Peshastin Lumber and Box Co., and Thelma's father also worked there as a saw filer. At home one night late I looked out my bedroom window, and the sawmill was in a big, big blaze. The sawmill portion was totally destroyed. That left her father without a job, and eventually they moved to Shasta, California, I believe and later to Klamath Falls, Ore. Thelma was not with her parents anymore but was going to college. It seems Thelma was out of state for many years, later settling in Kent. We met a number of times over the years, but we always kept in touch with Christmas and birthday cards. Thelma was a wonderful person. I will miss her cards, letters and phone calls. We extend our condolences to all her family. Colleen & Rich Montemayor

Penny Karki - May 25th, 2012 at 6:13pm
Dave, your Mother sounds like a wonderful person and "Mom". Peaceful thoughts to you and your family.

Penny Karki - May 25th, 2012 at 6:13pm
Dave, your Mother sounds like a wonderful person and "Mom". Peaceful thoughts to you and your family.

Dana Murray-Dawes - May 24th, 2012 at 5:13am
I will miss Aunt Thelma dearly. She was always good to me, my family and both of my parents. She was always so thoughtful and remembered my birthdays with a card with one of her poems sometimes. She did have a wonderful laugh and a great sense of humor. I'm sure Sweet Aunt Thelma went straight to Heaven.

Sherry Murray-Wells - May 23rd, 2012 at 11:40am
My aunt Thelma... Such a sweet lady. Families live distances apart, different cities, but in your heart is where you hold that person. If I close my eyes, I can hear your laugh! Such a great laugh. A smart-intelligent woman. So kind, and sweet. I send my love to my cousins, Paul, David, and James. Love, Cousin Sherry, and my husband Keith. Sons; Brady & Bryce.

James Brummett - May 22nd, 2012 at 10:41pm
My Mother had a gentle nature and loving spirit and always gave of herself and thought of other needs first. She was always there for me and made me the person I am today. I am eternally thankful that she was my Mother and I will always miss her, but I know she's with me and I will see her again. My Mom's charity, compassion and love will go on in all those who knew her and all those they will serve. My Mom is at peace now and her life's work will go on and be remembered. Her drop of water in the pond of life will create ripples of tidal waves in many lives to come. Thanks Mom, I'll always love you. James

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