|They're all gone now--Sissie, ET, Mom, Ima, Addy, Gladys|
Francis Faye Culp Clark
June 15, 1909-
July 5, 1980
It's more than two hours southwest and 35 years back in time for me tomorrow. I go to plant real flowers at her grave, and think, remember, talk, and touch mortality.
Tell your mother you love her.
Brother Jerry and I have mementos and photographs, and more. We have questions and wondering we'll never find out. We have cousins.
|Mom with grandchildren Travis, Dallas, Becky, Derrick and Vance|
Mom, you'd delight in our your grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
I know it's a long way from humble East Texas, but we've all traveled miles and years, and can never thank you enough for your unselfishness, how you cared for and reared us.
|Retirement at MD Anderson|
We look forward to a big reunion. In the meantime, I'll see you tomorrow.
|Front row, right corner, on a Ma Bell basketball team|
|Dad's portrait of his bride, 1943|