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Connie Ehrke
Connie Ehrke
With Ohio State/Michigan game this weekend - thinking alot about last time we were all together.  That was such a wonderful day in Columbus - we had so much fun and such great laughs!  You laughing so hard at your Dad when he approached that gentlemen in the park to take our picture. 

Love you and miss you!
Aunt Connie
Amy Jones
Amy Jones
Dearest Shannon,

It is impossible to ring in the new year on New Year's Eve without thinking about you and missing you! The world is a much less bright place without you in it. I will never forget you and the wonderful times I remember sharing with you. My family sends their love to your family always.
Carrie  Ferguson
Carrie Ferguson
I just found out today that my dear friend is gone. I wish that we had not lost touch. You accomplished so much and you were and are a light to everyone. I have known you for a long time, I remember when your dad was our coach for softball. I am proud of all you accomplished. I know that you are an Angel in heaven and I will see you again my friend. My heart and prayers go out to your family. I love you!
Jennifer Youakim
Jennifer Youakim
My heart is aching. I'll never forget our days living together at Hahne - all the late nights chatting over breadsticks over all we wanted to do/be/go/experience. You lived your dreams and it tears me up that your life was so senselessly, tragically cut so short. You are deeply missed and loved.

My son shares your birthday so I hold it inside that he's got a little piece of you in him, warms my heart.

Jennifer Youakim (formerly Valintis)
Mindy Wahl
Mindy Wahl
I was so sad to recently learn of Shannon's death... way too soon.
Shannon was a sweet, quiet, funny girl back at Miami University. I remember walking all over campus with her being surprised at the quiet wit she had when situations called for it. Although we hadn't kept in touch I remembered her as a generous, kind person and I'm so sorry to hear of her family's loss. She touched many people in her short years.
Theodora Kopestonsky
Theodora Kopestonsky
I met Shannon when she accompanied my 5 month old niece and her entourage to visit me in Greece. I only knew her a little but she was a fearless traveler and a fun person. After only an hour in Athens, she and a friend were exploring the city. Armed with a map and a sense of adventure, Shannon found the small pieces of nature contained in the urban sprawl of the city. Whether we were climbing up the acropolis, walking the streets of Athens, or wandering the museums, Shannon was curious about the people, the history and the places she was seeing. She truly was a concerned, caring and active citizen of the world. I am so glad I got to meet her.
Amy Jones
Amy Jones
Dearest Shannon,

It is impossible to ring in the new year on New Year's Eve without thinking about you and missing you! The world is a much less bright place without you in it. I will never forget you and the wonderful times I remember sharing with you. My family sends their love to your family always.
Jennifer Youakim
Jennifer Youakim
My heart is aching. I'll never forget our days living together at Hahne - all the late nights chatting over breadsticks over all we wanted to do/be/go/experience. You lived your dreams and it tears me up that your life was so senselessly, tragically cut so short. You are deeply missed and loved.

My son shares your birthday so I hold it inside that he's got a little piece of you in him, warms my heart.

Jennifer Youakim (formerly Valintis)
Theodora Kopestonsky
Theodora Kopestonsky
I met Shannon when she accompanied my 5 month old niece and her entourage to visit me in Greece. I only knew her a little but she was a fearless traveler and a fun person. After only an hour in Athens, she and a friend were exploring the city. Armed with a map and a sense of adventure, Shannon found the small pieces of nature contained in the urban sprawl of the city. Whether we were climbing up the acropolis, walking the streets of Athens, or wandering the museums, Shannon was curious about the people, the history and the places she was seeing. She truly was a concerned, caring and active citizen of the world. I am so glad I got to meet her.
Connie Ehrke
Connie Ehrke
With Ohio State/Michigan game this weekend - thinking alot about last time we were all together.  That was such a wonderful day in Columbus - we had so much fun and such great laughs!  You laughing so hard at your Dad when he approached that gentlemen in the park to take our picture. 

Love you and miss you!
Aunt Connie
Carrie  Ferguson
Carrie Ferguson
I just found out today that my dear friend is gone. I wish that we had not lost touch. You accomplished so much and you were and are a light to everyone. I have known you for a long time, I remember when your dad was our coach for softball. I am proud of all you accomplished. I know that you are an Angel in heaven and I will see you again my friend. My heart and prayers go out to your family. I love you!
Mindy Wahl
Mindy Wahl
I was so sad to recently learn of Shannon's death... way too soon.
Shannon was a sweet, quiet, funny girl back at Miami University. I remember walking all over campus with her being surprised at the quiet wit she had when situations called for it. Although we hadn't kept in touch I remembered her as a generous, kind person and I'm so sorry to hear of her family's loss. She touched many people in her short years.
Connie Ehrke
Connie Ehrke
With Ohio State/Michigan game this weekend - thinking alot about last time we were all together.  That was such a wonderful day in Columbus - we had so much fun and such great laughs!  You laughing so hard at your Dad when he approached that gentlemen in the park to take our picture. 

Love you and miss you!
Aunt Connie
Amy Jones
Amy Jones
Dearest Shannon,

It is impossible to ring in the new year on New Year's Eve without thinking about you and missing you! The world is a much less bright place without you in it. I will never forget you and the wonderful times I remember sharing with you. My family sends their love to your family always.
Carrie  Ferguson
Carrie Ferguson
I just found out today that my dear friend is gone. I wish that we had not lost touch. You accomplished so much and you were and are a light to everyone. I have known you for a long time, I remember when your dad was our coach for softball. I am proud of all you accomplished. I know that you are an Angel in heaven and I will see you again my friend. My heart and prayers go out to your family. I love you!
Jennifer Youakim
Jennifer Youakim
My heart is aching. I'll never forget our days living together at Hahne - all the late nights chatting over breadsticks over all we wanted to do/be/go/experience. You lived your dreams and it tears me up that your life was so senselessly, tragically cut so short. You are deeply missed and loved.

My son shares your birthday so I hold it inside that he's got a little piece of you in him, warms my heart.

Jennifer Youakim (formerly Valintis)
Theodora Kopestonsky
Theodora Kopestonsky
I met Shannon when she accompanied my 5 month old niece and her entourage to visit me in Greece. I only knew her a little but she was a fearless traveler and a fun person. After only an hour in Athens, she and a friend were exploring the city. Armed with a map and a sense of adventure, Shannon found the small pieces of nature contained in the urban sprawl of the city. Whether we were climbing up the acropolis, walking the streets of Athens, or wandering the museums, Shannon was curious about the people, the history and the places she was seeing. She truly was a concerned, caring and active citizen of the world. I am so glad I got to meet her.
Mindy Wahl
Mindy Wahl
I was so sad to recently learn of Shannon's death... way too soon.
Shannon was a sweet, quiet, funny girl back at Miami University. I remember walking all over campus with her being surprised at the quiet wit she had when situations called for it. Although we hadn't kept in touch I remembered her as a generous, kind person and I'm so sorry to hear of her family's loss. She touched many people in her short years.