Madison Julie Greene-Moyer

M adison Julie came to meet her mommy and daddy, Christine Greene and Jason Moyer, on Aug. 21, 2009. She weighed 1 pound and was 11 inches long.

On Aug. 23, 2009, after touching the hearts of everyone, she went to be an angel with her grandpa Cecil L. Greene Jr. and her great-grandma Josephine Greene.

She is survived and loved by great-grandparents: Art and Sharon Moyer, Melissa and Donald Martindale, Lynne and Phil Hayes and Bud and Lucy Harrington, her maternal grandmother Julie Greene and her paternal grandparents Art Moyer and his companion, Pat Ballard, and grandmother Belinda Vilbrin. She is also survived by a special Aunt Bridgette and Uncle Steven. She will be watching over her little cousins Natalie and Correina.

 “Sorry I didn’t get to stay, to laugh and run and play; to be there by your side. I’m sorry that I had to die. Until the day you join me here, I’ll love you Mommy dear. Each breeze you feel and see, brings love and a kiss to you from me.”

Madison’s funeral service was private. She is buried in the East Hebron Cemetery in Hebron.

Arrangements were under the direction of the Robert M King Funeral Home, 23 Church St., Granville, N.Y.

 

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