Jean and I "met" through Sean's FB page, agreeing on a lot and I just enjoyed seeing the two of them together as well as Sean's sweet poems to his Jelly-moo... I had the pleasure of meeting her and sitting with the both of them at our HS reunion and she was as sweet in person as she was on FB... If I knew her for such a short time and she had an impact on me, I can only imagine how much Sean and her family and close friends are missing her... my heart goes out to all of you ❤️❤️❤️❤️
Its hard to put into writing how my heart feels. I wish you were still here. You were a true friend Jean. Genuine, caring and full of laughter. I'm going to miss your laugh. We had the best laughs together when we were younger and your smile didn't change when we met up again after many years. I wish I had more time to spend with you and catch up. I'm sure we would have no problem laughing the hours away and I would probably wet my pants just like the good old days. I so thankful that you were a part of my life. Love you friend ❤
I'll always remember late March, 1995. Jean, Sean (first Sean) and I drove down to Hollywood to see a restored print of The Wild Bunch at the Cinerama Dome. We were told to sit in the balcony since those were the best seats in the house. We make our way up to the balcony and saw that the first row had four seats taped off. We sat in the next row and waited for the movie to start. Just as the previews were rolling, an usher came in and removed the tape and two men sat down. One guy had a ballcap and bushy beard. I leaned over, and in a hushed voice said, "That looks like Steven Spielberg." Jean's reply: "It is Steven Spielberg!" So we sat there with our jaws on the floor. Two minutes later Robert Zemeckis walks in. That is always a favorite story for me to tell, and I can still hear Jean's voice clear as a bell.
We both were honored to have known Jean. She was always friendly and had a positive personality. We treasure our memories of her.
Every Birthday of mine, that you attended, you wouldn't stop giving a cheesy smile until I gave you an equal one. The smile that memory provides me is a happy one that'll make me always remember you...
I remember after Jean was first diagnosed with cancer, I accompanied her to an oncologist she wanted to interview for her treatment. I was happy to sit with her and take notes to help her make a decision. I wish I could have done more to support her.
I knew Jean socially through board gaming. When my then girlfriend Vanessa (now my wife) joined us for gaming, she was sceptical. Jean encouraged and inspired her to realize that women can game too! She will truly be missed! Thank you for a wonderful wake, Sean.
So sorry Ariel and I couldn't attend. My biggest regret is I never met Jean (or you). You appeared to be a loving, well matched couple. I can't even begin to understand the pain you are going through. Much love to you and your family and I hope we get the chance to meet one day.
Didn't get to know you well on your visit to Ireland, however I did get the sense that you were both great people and would be a great addition to our community and society.
Thank you to Jean and Sean for sharing your story with us the good the difficult and sad it was very courageous for those of us who have been through been through your struggle it meant a lot . God bless you and comfort you.
Thank you for your presence.
My husband and I met Jean just once at a game party. We both knew right away that Jean and Sean were those cool kind of people who you click with right away and you know you made a new friend. I suspect Jean was like that for all she met. I can't imagine anyone not being immediately charmed when meeting Jean. We're thankful we got to meet her.
I wish I had know her in person and not just through Facebook. So happy for the years of wonderful memories you had together. She lives on through you.
You were a beautiful friend! I will cherish every moment. I hope I'm worthy of your friendship and will continue to advocate in your honor. You are loved and missed Jean! Rest well!
I remember one long walk along the levee with Jean several years ago, getting to know one another a little bit. I wish there had been more, but I'll always remember the time I did spend with her. She was a very kind, compassionate soul.
Jean you made such a difference with the joy you brought to Sean. We could truly feel his happiness. You welcomed us with open arms from the beginning. It was as if we had known you all our lives. We enjoyed the adventures that we shared with you and Sean. I only wish that there could have been a lifetime more. You are a blessing to all who knew you. Your spirit still soars in all of us . Thank you for being such a beautiful Angel that walked the earth. You will be missed.
So glad that you and Jean were able to spend your lives together, even if it will never be long enough. Such a happy soul. We never met but I am very happy to have known her through the snippets of life the two of you shared with the world.
Hugs, a constant upbeat smile, games at your place and mine, a night at the Melodrama. I wish I had more memories of Jean; she was a delightful person.
Auntie Jeanie, just wanted let you know that I am glad I got to hear your voice one last time before you left us. I wanted to let you know how much you meant to me. After your last visit, I realized it was it was ok to be Marion. You empowered me to be my authentic self. I wish we could have spent a little more time together. I will look after your other half for you, just to make sure he isn't causing too much trouble. The light of the world is a little dimmer without your bulb shining in it.
Posting here what I posted on FB for posterity! As with so many of my friends, as well as my husband, we met online - with us it was in a breast cancer support group. We were diagnosed within months of each other and sharing our journey together was so integral in our recoveries. Getting to know each other at first in the ether, trading bc war stories and messages of support, we were happy to discover we lived minutes apart. Meeting in person was awesome as your warm embrace and spectacular smile only added to our bond. You asked your friends a few weeks ago to share our most memorable time with you and mine, thankfully, had nothing to do with cancer. I wrote of election night 2008. I finally got to meet the great guy you had been telling me about and I knew instantly he was the one. What I didn't say is that not only was that night my most memorable time with you, but it was probably one of the top 5 nights of my life - such absolute joy, hope and love we shared that evening. I am so happy I get to keep that memory with me forever. The crushing grief of these past few weeks when hope started to fade culminating in your leaving us today will hopefully fade and be replaced with these happier memories of the past. I love you Jean. This really really sucks. You deserved so much more time. You are one of the good ones. Thank you Sean for giving Jean what she so richly deserved - a life full of such enduring love. A lot of guys would have shied away from getting involved with a woman with cancer - but she was way more than that and I thank you for seeing that and going for it. I am so profoundly sorry you didn't have more time together. But what you had was golden. Love love love you both. And #fuckcancer
I know Jean from high school, but got to know her better after the class reunion came up short and the fund raising. She came to my house and we talked. I was getting ready to do my first relay for Life in Lompoc with Coasthills team in honor of my Mom, first time I had talked about it to anyone or done anything for my Mom. Jean helped me to get through it. I walked that one in memory of my Mom and in Honor of Jean and I did a breast cancer walk in SLO in memory for my mom and honor for Jean...to thank Jean for overcoming my fear. She was a big help.
Jean's smile and joy for life, love, family (including those with 4 legs) and friends was a powerful source. I so enjoyed working with her at E1 Financial Credit Union and staying in touch with her on FB after she moved back to Santa Maria. I admired her courage and determination when diagnosed with cancer. I'm so glad she found love with Sean. Sean's love for her showed in every way. She left way too soon.
You were like the little sister, I never had. Thank you for being in my life 💕 I love you
Sinple thought to you from far away my friend.
The biggest shame is that I never got the chance to ever meet your Jean in person. I know how much she meant to you. You two were just about perfect together, from what I saw and knew. I can't even imagine the pain of the loss all of you are going through. Love and light!
My fondest memory with Jean is when you came over to visit with us you always lit up the room with your warm smile. During our conversations you always had great knowledge and spoke very intelligently. We always looked forward to you coming to visit for BBQ's or the holidays. When you were here it was always a special time in our house and we will miss you terribly during these events going forward. Be well and great.
Jean you will be missed. You were a light to so many. Your joy brought happiness to the people around you. We will miss having you come over to the house and having your laughter fill the room, you will be in our hearts. 💌🍷☀️🏝 ❤
Lourdes remembers the excellent time we had on 10/10/10 for a B Day party. Jean you were one of the Who Hoo girls dancing on bar. Breaking out your best moves. That night was so memorable a couple of years we did it again for Lourdess 50th b-day. We were shocked when you finally got your Husband out to the dance floor. He busted moves of his own with your guidance and coaching. None of these awesome events would have been as fun without Jean and it was o.k. that you brought Sean along with you.
Jean, you were the face of the credit union for me and took me in immediately as family. What a wonderful lady that will be truly missed.
Jean, I will forever be grateful for you teaching me to be the Manager I am today. You are missed more than words could ever express. CoastHills is NOT the same without you, we are so blessed to have had you!! *life is so unfair 😭
Not everyone gets to find their "person" in their lifetime. We are glad you found yours. Even if your time together wasn't long enough. 💕
i will never forget you. i will miss your wonderful smile and how you always laughed.
Jean and Sean not only took me in once but twice when I was going through some tough times in my life. The second time being the most significant to me. She made sure I knew if I had landed myself into trouble that I could always count on her to give me a place to come home too. Such a warm soul. I am grateful to have been blessed with knowing her.
Jean, or "The Other Mother" as I called her, taught me how to drive stick in the parking lot at Sean's work, she treated me as her own daughter, knew exactly what to say to make me feel like everything was going to be alright. She shaped me into a better human being. I will never forget her.
thank you for taking us all along on your courageous journey this past year. we miss you and your phenomenal smile. perhaps our karma will allow us to meet again. peace and blessings to your family.
My favorite memory of Jean was discussing music. I was speaking with another employee at CoastHills and I was asking who wrote Deacon Blues. He did not know, I saw Jean and I said, "Jean will know", she loves music. Of course it was on the tip of her tongue, Steely Dan! Then she starts to sing the song and lyrics. It was amazing. Her voice was amazing. Her tone was amazing. Then she started to dance or jive with the song! We sat in stunned silence. She then gave us a history of Steely Dan. What album it came from, when it was released etc. Jean is amazing. She is missed but I know she is not far from us!
She was an amazing lady.
I miss my friend Jean every day. My memories of our business trips together, mentoring each other and laughing. I can't thank Jean enough for all of the support she has provided me personally and at work. Love you!
There is no pit so deep, that God is not deeper still. For He also knows of death, He gave His only Son, that we all may live again.
My memories of Jean were always short, but made me long for more. I would always be busy at the restaurant and look up and see her face, and make time to come out. Jean was a smiling soul that will be missed, and what I have learned from my time with her is to always make time to be with the souls you enjoy, I won't make that mistake again. Love you Sean - we will be with you wherever and whatever you do. K
There is no other person I would rather have a water fight with in the rain. You soaked me from head to toe and I barely got you wet. But it will always be a fond memory. Along with the many we had in our 30+ years of friends/Sisterhood. I will miss you like no other. The world is a darker place without your bright beautiful smile. I miss you my sister.
It was always very clear why Sean & Jean loved each other. Truly a wonderful person.
The hottest babe for Sean! Perfection could not have come in a better mold like you, Jean. It's broken like our hearts. Life is not fair. F*&$ Off Cancer. You will be missed...
BC sisters, warriors, friends. Not enough time, you are missed. Love you my friend F cancer xoxo
I enjoyed feeding treats to the horses with Jean and having another female to talk to while the "boys" were playing games.
Thank you for being an inspiration to Michelle and I, really so many parallels in our lives. I offer you my friendship for life, I promise to bring you my music wherever you end up, and reconnect.
Jean was always a bright energy. She will be remembered by me as a kind and positive person who was liked by everyone. Even though we hadn't spoken in years, I will miss her.
Jean and I were friends in school and then many years later we reconnected through high school friends. At one particular lunch she and I were the only ones who showed up. I met a new Jean. And whe was marvelous!
Jean always had a smile, even when she wasn't feeling well. We will miss her always and always we will be here for you Sean! Lots of Love, Steve & Kim
Jean was such a great person, so nice, and so great for you Sean. I'm terribly sorry about what has happened. She will be missed.
Jean was one of my role models. She will be missed.
Missed and remembered. Sorry for your loss.
Jean was a great friend and wonderful co-worker. She will be missed!
I remember many games we played together at the coffee shop Saturday mornings.
I never had the chance to meet Jean but feel as if I knew her threw her friend Karla Wheeler.
I met Jean when she moved to the San Fernando Valley, 20 years(?) ago. Actually I first became friends with then husband Sean 1 - but Jean got me in the divorce settlement. 20 years of Friendship...ups and downs. I was so happy when she met the new and improved Sean. So many memories...
We are so sorry for your loss Jean is in our thought and prayers.
I was so happy to know Jean during two different times....The Target years, Farmers market, gatherings and then later for our dinners out and game nights with Sean. You will be missed so much.
You will be missed. Your courage is admirable.
You will always be remembered Jean.
Our sympathies are with you in this time. There is no way to know what to say in these situations, but we are both here for you. Jean was a wonderful woman and we too mourn her loss.
My thoughts and prayers remain for Jean and for Sean during this time. Jean was a wonderful, beautiful, and thoughtful person. She will definitely be missed.
We are so very sorry for your loss. The world is certainly a better place for Jean's time with us. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. God Bless
When my wife, Connie, had her first cancer surgery, Jean and Sean were the first people to walk into her hospital room. That meant the world to us that they would drive that distance to support us.
Love Life all...
The world is poorer for Jean's absence. She will be missed.
We love you guys !! !!!
From the day you were born, you were always extraordinary, you lived up to that your whole life. Fly Free little sister, I love you
we meet in first grade when we went to the same babysitter and I remember i would get mad at her because she always wore this fancy purple dress and when she did all the kids at the sitter had to stop watching cartoons to go pick her up at school because she wouldn't take the bus.
I met Jean in grade school we went to Jr high and high school togather I will always remember her as a real person who would treat and love you for just being you I remember her hugging and giving loving words of wisdom through some very dark periods in my life I will always love and miss her dearly
I meet Jean around 1996ish at the Bank of Hollywood, we also worked at TCCU. She would drag me to scary moves, chat over margaritas on Mondays. Jean was always my sounding board with big life decisions. She's the smartest person I knew. So glad she had Sean in her life. I will miss her laugh.
I treasure playing games with Sean and Jean when we came over to visit. It was the first time I had met Jean and I immediately loved her. I will always remember her warm, welcoming, and loving manner in which she did everything and treated everyone. Even weird band people. Much love to you, Sean, from Lorna, Marc and Natalie
When I picked u both up in Limerick to come for a visit, drinking baileys, discussing ye're plans for moving over, Sean's Hawaii overkill shirt!! And thinking trump's election campaign was actually a joke and u both trying to convince us it was for real! We had such a laugh that nite xx
No words needed... (Keith)
And when you two met us in Santa Barbara for our anniversary dinner. Great meal, wine, game playing afterward... I didn't want that evening to end.
That afternoon at AvilaBeach with you and Sean last summer. Just so peaceful and relaxed.
I have only met you face to face a few times. But those times you were smart, funny, kind and delightful.
You gave me the character test when I applied to E1 Financial and then you called me later that day and asked me to clarify some answers. I totally B.S.ed it and was scared you saw right through me. But lo and behold, I got the job! You were my first impression of E1 and I only hoped everyone was as nice as you.
I've only known you from online, like since it's existence, I think it's going on 20 years, lol. But when I see your name, I think of your kind spirit and beautiful smile.
Meh. Me too.
Us going to bars and you getting all the guys! (Sorry Sean but it's true - she's a dude magnet)! 🙂
Every time I read a Stick Person poem with "Sweetie Pea" in it! It reminds us how much you guys love each other.
Remember you tried to persuade me not to spread black pepper in my flower beds to keep my neighbor's cats away? You gave so many suggestions, and I tried them all but failed. I told you how I hated that cat pooping in my yard and I wanted to get a BB gun to shoo it away, but You pleaded with me not to hurt that cat. well...maybe it was a warning for me not to hurt that cat...😂 great time!
My memories have been online but just as special. I love the compassion you show the world. I love that you believe we can do better and be better and you vote with that belief in mind. The world is a better place because of you. I'm rooting for you.
Wonder where Kathy ended up?
Angie & I "protecting" you & Kathy Higgins honor at the Bar in the Hilton, from some Idiot that wouldn't leave you alone....we flipped that poor couch right over!! He got the hint after that. Love you, Sis! ❤
The fabulous fun we had in New Orleans!
When we did the Color "Run" at River Park. 🌈🌈🌈
I remember all you giggly girls after we moved to Tanglewood, such a wonderful memories!
You eating all the Cobbler at our parties...
The way you could always make me laugh in high school. Putting up with my love for country music and me blaring it in the car driving you nuts. Being a part of BJ and my wedding day and wearing that lovely country pink outfit. 😂 💜🙏💜🙏💜
Going to prom
I remember getting school and going to the library before school... we would sit with Steve and Romero you are so funny you bring laughter every where you go!❤️😁
My memories Jean are of your laugh. We were always laughing together.
"Working" with you to plan our first class reunion (I'm using the sarcasm quotes because you did most of the work and I was a slacker!).
I was going to out that one up too! LOL. I hope to find a pic for you Jean.
Vegas jumping on the bed with Alan and Chase
Haven't had the pleasure to meet my sister-in-law yet for memories, but waiting❤☝
When you came to St.Paul about 10 years ago and stayed with me I'll always cherish that time we had together ❤️❤️👵🏽
Long ago days on the bookshelf. ❤😀
THE BEST…Dancing on the bar at Coyote Ugly! If I can find the picture I will definitely post it!!!!
Going to Arizona to see Laura you and I were not on good terms but you took me anyway I believe we were able to get closer during that trip. Also the few times you cut my hair in the front yard of my house.
Filming you and Sean for "The Hank & Harold Show." Get better, Jean!
Just the fact that you are my nieces "other mother" is a favorite! 💗💞💗
The day you became my other mother and took me under your wing. Or the day we went shopping and everyone assumed I was your daughter haha I always have the best time with you!
I remember eating dinner with you at Adrianna's mom's house. That was the first time we met. It was a night of good food, good people, and good wine!
So many come to mind. You dancing at my wedding, Buffy nights and my favorite one is the dinasaours at the cubicles.
When you gave me an allergy pill and it made me drowsy during one of your trainings lol i couldn't even keep my eyes open. Or when you told me about your first date with Sean and I was scared he would murder you because he was a stranger.
The first time you met Jaydon. That was my favorite memory. And making dinner with you this last visit 💙💚
Too many to list.... I remember many days playing cards and eating tortillas with butter at my house, the day you made me laugh so hard Dr. Pepper came out my nose....Lmao. Dancing at the Grad. Love ya my friend.
The fact that you became friends with all of my sisters becoming another sister to add to the bunch!
The HR and Marketing Offices/ Cubicles at E1. So many laughs, food, costumes and remedies shared. Always a hotbed of activity.
It runs in the family I guess. Moths freak me out, too.
Alyssa, I have a good imagination 😉
Oh my gosh Jean Geraghty my mom is not joking when she says she is forever TERRIFIED. That woman freaks out when there is a moth around
The detail you went into about how moths can get stuck in your hair, teeth etc! I'm forever traumatised, but I love you still.
So many my dear friend! The first day of 6th grade. Our water fight in the rain where you drenched me from head to toe and I hardly got you wet! Nesha's 13th birthday party we were all laying down and you sort of plopped down on your belly onto your blankets and let out the biggest fart! (Sorry had to share that one) drives to Point Sal. You coming to Flagstaff for my wedding. Going to the Grand Canyon. The list goes on and on and there will be more!
Our lunches together, supporting each other as we attempted to make sense out of chaos.
I treasure the first day I met you. So beautiful inside and out! But we have had some pretty hysterical times too! And I treasure them all ❤️❤️❤️
We still have memories to make woman! Searching back in the vault, I think Acapulco Margarita Monday's come to mind in our Bank of Hollywood days. How bout when you told me working for a credit union was a great idea, amazing life changing advice💓
All the times you and Jen shared your yummy food with me at E1. Sending much love and prayers to you. ❤️
Getting to know you as an adult vs high school on the front porch of my grandmother house when I bought tickets from you after the high school reunion. We talked about alot of things...I remember thinking...I like the way she thinks.
When you introduced me to Sean for the first time at the NuVision Holiday party. I could tell by both your smiles that this was pretty serious. I was so happy for you...plus I loved that Sean is a UCLA fan!
OMG! Meeting you! That whole week at that CUNA conference was so much fun! I'm glad it was my last CU conference before I left the CU biz.
When you get better y'all need to visit me in Chapel Hill. We've got a guest room & I can show you some southern hospitality.
Tenley, they were ours 😂
Wait,were those your pics Laura?
We did, that's a funny one!
Lol, we shared a locker! That's a great one. 🙂
This memory pops into my head. We were in high school & I noticed a bunch of girls laughing hysterically around your locker. Someone said, "Show Tenley". So I walked over to your locker hesitantly curious( something was definitely up). Lo & behold you had a bunch of naked men pics wallpapering the inside of your locker(which was just across the hall from the principal's office)! You were always so vibrantly hilarious & ballsy.
Serving on committees and projects, like mergers. I think we were able to bring new light. And The lunches we set up with department heads to try to change some cultural issues and tear down some walls. You are awesome that way, Jean ♥️
Getting to know Jami while we ended our weeks with her fab wine. Your smile and laugh and wisdom and conversation, Jean. I love it all ♥️
The time I told you no visible tattoos and you had one done at the back of your neck - you accommodated by wearing a band aid.....most of the time
Serving you wine at The Wine Saloon and thinking what a beautiful and friendly smile you have!
When you and Jen went on vacation and you came back and I said you guys are never going on vacation again together
Our walks around the track, critiquing the latest episode of the Walking Dead (you are Michonne - smart, strong and beautiful) and discussing current events (if only those crazy people in Washington would get their shit together...). Love you sweet lady ❤️
Being friends as adults and sharing that sarcastic wit that makes us laugh at other peoples expense but in a nice way. 😉And the half moon bay visit which ignited that friendship ❤️
^ meeting you and Sean that day
reconnecting after all these years and meeting sean, over some great wine and cheese, on a fine june day in wine country... 🙂
Getting our asses kicked in Cosmic Encounter on our turf.....
Playing guitar at your first wedding I know that's weird but it's true 😜❤
"A" memory? I have several, not just one! our great phone conversations together about staffing/HR issues and always being on the same page 98% of the time (this is a big one!!) and compromising the other 2%, our several margarita (I mean mexican food) dinners after work, wig shopping day, and the 'girls day' at your house. Every one of these memories are centered around us "just talking"....
Meeting you!! and sean for the first time when it was my 40th birthday. Great memories. Xxx
The many conversations we've had about our staff and how to help them be successful. You're amazing at your job and you're an amazing friend!
When you and Sean visited us right after I got out of the hospital four years ago. I really appreciated you spending time with me, not minding that I was a little out of it and no questions asked. Also, walking and chatting along the levee.
Having you stay with us & going out for drinks , good times Jean xxx
Working with you at the Credit Union and having fun at the events that were held.
When the four of us were in Vegas and I was washing up in the bathroom after midnight (humming/whistling) and you told me to "shut up". You were so irritated with me. (Smile)
The day and every day that you've made Sean so very happy. He came alive when he met you.
When we first met. My hair grew into this mop of a mess. Sean's stick art. We never talked about the people we knew from the area...being that I went to Vandenberg Middle, my sisters graduated from Cabrillo etc. We must get together...got lots to talk about. Hugs.
When I came to Omaha to see Dad. You were just a baby. And a cute one I would say. Then I came to California to see you in 74. And took you and Bill around. But I really got to know what a wonderful little sister I had when I came to get bill and he hid from us . I truly thank him for that. Because I was able to hang out with you and Sean and build a wonderful sisterly bond with you. Thank you. And we sure did laugh a lot.
When you and Sean came to my 27th birthday mafia party. So much fun! 😊
When we each other's support team when we both were trying to get well from our ailments.
The day you came home from the hisputal, when you were born.
The many wine tastings we've shared.
Every time we hangout, because we somehow usually make each other laugh.
I love coming home from work all freezing, then walking in the door and seeing your smiling face greeting me You always bring the biggest smile to my face and heart
I miss seeing you walk by the gym windows and wave at me at my girls during practice!!!
the day you tried to steal a gosling away from it's mother in York, every time I see those geese i smile and think of you and I always will x
Taking time out to grab lunch with us at the rainforest cafe 🙂 and coming to the footy in Sydney. Stay strong.
When I first met you and Sean Geraghty. Gaming and enjoying a delicious Santa Maria style steak with great company.
Every. Single. Moment.
Dancing on my dance floor with you and your friend. I think her name is Karla?
The first time we met. We knew that you were the best, because we saw the best in Sean. We were so very happy for the two of you. You have helped Sean be a wonderful person, just by being you. We love you for that and so much more.
Moving a bunch of random stuff in my green truck from your old place
I also remember many days of gaming at cafe noir
Sting- Paul Simon and Ethiopian food in LA!
Meeting you guys In the parking lot (was it Lowes?) after Sean forgot his tools while fixing my computer. 😃
Meeting you at the reunion after chatting with you on FB 😊. You are just as nice in person!
Was just about to post this exact memory.
Election Night, 2008. Screaming and crying when he won. Running into the street and hugging strangers. Hope. Always. xoxoxoxox
Games at Mike's house! 🙂
I haven't met you in person yet just virtually through Sean's Facebook page. But I would like to create a memory with you in September. I am moving my son back up to Cal Poly. How about it?
And watching "interesting" dancing at the Union Hotel.
Laughing at lunch with friends. Your spunk and your smile.
Your graduation from Santa Maria High. Judy was SO proud of you 🙂