Elizabeth Reyna Mow

Profile Updated: November 3, 2011
Residing In: Tucson, AZ USA
Spouse/Partner: Dale D. Mow
Occupation: Homemaker
Children: David G, Born 1973.

grandson, Gabrial.

Vanessa L., Born 1977.

grandchildren,

Alysia, More…Jannae, and John Thomas jr.












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Married my best friend Dale in 1970. Dale and I have known each other since we were in first grade together at Corbett Elementery School. Wow that's been a long time, I have to say I didn;t like him much back then. He was a brat and got me in trouble with my mother several times because of stuff he would do to me in school.
Have had several jobs in retail shops K-Mart, Ben Franklin Crafts and Zarfas Luggage and Gifts to name a few
until 2000 when I decided to stay home. I enjoy spending time with my Grandchildren,cooking, working on differant craft projects and talking on the phone with my daughter who lives in Tennessee.
Check out Dales profile for more info.
Well here it is, November 2011, where does the time go? In July I was taken to the emergency ward at St. Joseph Hospital and was told I had a possible heart attack. I flat lined several times while in ICU and they had to inplant a pace maker. I was affraid there for awhile but am feeling so much better now. I think God, my guardian angle and my mother were all looking down on me that day. Be good everyone.

School Story:

All I can say is that my favorite times was in Orchestra,(I played the violin) and singing in the Treblettes. Being in the Red Cross Club was also fun. I guess you can say I was not very social, I grew up in a very strict Mexican family. I am second of 10 and I was not allowed to go to school social events too often. Dale was finally allowed to take me to a few school games and Proms, with a chaperone. I always thought I had many friends but maybe not. I have lost track of everyone I hung around with in school. I remember my first day as a freshmen at PV, My sister and I had a locker downstairs and as we reached the bottom of the stairs and took a few steps, I found myself slipping on the freshlly waxed floor. My books and my violin went all over the floor. My sister was sooo... embarassed she kept on walking pretending she didn't know me. I laugh about it now but when you are a freshmen that can ruin your whole year.


I am getting excited about our reunion. Hope to see all of you there.

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Gary Muehlbauer has left an In Memory comment for Elizabeth Reyna Mow.
Feb 19, 2016 at 8:33 AM

Dale & family,

I am very sorry for your loss. I remember Liz from Corbett Elementary, she was always a very nice person.

Gary Muehlbauer

 

 

Feb 18, 2016 at 4:34 AM

Dale,

So sorry to hear about Elizabeth. I would like to share a poem with you that I hope will bring you some comfort.

Blue Against Blue

 

This Heavenly Blue Butterfly

Will fly high in the sky,

Higher and higher.

 

The sunlight will touch

The blue on its wings

Until it seems to disappear.

 

We think it is gone,

Because the blue of the butterfly

Is the same blue of the sky.

 

We think it is gone,

Because our eyes are too

Weak to see—

And it is difficult to believe

What we cannot see.

 

But the Blue Butterfly is not gone.

It is still flying, higher and higher,

Nearer to the sun.

 

Blue Against Blue.

Now and Forever.

With Deepest Sympathy

Margaret Katie Purcell

 

Elizabeth Reyna Mow has been added to In Memory.
Feb 17, 2016 at 8:33 PM
Feb 17, 2016 at 4:33 PM

Dale-I'm sorry to hear of your loss. My best to you and your family.

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Posted: Mar 07, 2014 at 12:00 AM
Look no wrinkles......and no double chin.
Posted: Mar 07, 2014 at 12:00 AM
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My grandchildren: From left, Gabriel, Alysia holding John Thomas and Jannae.
Posted: Mar 07, 2014 at 12:00 AM
From left: Me, Helen Seright, Jaime Reyna(my brother), Wendy Greene. Red Cross Club float for the Veterans Day Parade.
Posted: Mar 07, 2014 at 12:00 AM
Me and Helen Seright during a photo shoot for the Red Cross. I can't remember why we were asked to stand over the trash can and pretend we were stirring something.
Posted: Mar 07, 2014 at 12:00 AM
Here we are riding in the Veterans Day Parade. I was very scared sitting up there, especially with my brother driving the car.