Ethel K. Splitlog Blinzler
”1893 - 1959”

    Ethel K. Splitlog Blinzler

    "Feel no guilt in laughter,
    she knows how much you care
    Feel no sorrow in a smile that she’s not here to share
    You cannot grieve forever,
    she would not want you to
    She’d hope that you can carry on,
    the way you always do
    So talk about the good times and the ways you showed you cared
    The days you spent together, all the happiness you shared
    Let memories surround you.
    A word someone may say
    Will suddenly recapture a time, an hour, a day
    That brings her back as clearly as though she were still here
    And fills you with the feelings that she is always near
    For if you keep these moments, you will never be apart
    And she will live forever
    locked safe within your heart."

      Ethel K. Splitlog Blinzler

      Birth: 1893
      Death: 1959
      Parents: Henry B and Elizabeth West Splitlog
      Married: Ignatius Jacob Blinzler
      Married: Arthur Earl Norton
      Burial: Buzzard Cemetery Grove Delaware County Oklahoma

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