Kim, we are in awe of Savannah. She helps Ted smile through the sorrow. I have such fond memories of watching Ted graduate from VMI with you. Our happy shouts of joy. I am so glad you and Ted found true happiness. The time was way too short. I loved seeing your selfies with Ted and Savannah. The happiness on your faces. You brightened Ted's clothing and most importantly his life.
Kim was so delightful and I was so thrilled when they were married. I could hardly wait to see her at Thanksgiving when we had planned to get together next. She and I both had a great sense of humor and no one could have been more thrilled than I was to have a great daughter-in-law and a wonderful granddaughter, Savannah, to soon meet. I never saw my son happier. Thank you as my prayer
So much life lived is such a short amount of time. We became friends in San Francisco nearly 27 years ago and had so many adventures and fun from Hawaii to Texas and ultimately in Richmond. We were so close, even our Texas babies are 8 weeks apart in age! We will never forget you! You are the quinticential southern woman and we will always love you and Savannah. Make the Angels laugh.