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In Memory of Kristin Kay Smith, 10/1/1986 – 12/29/2000

my aunt's breast cancer is gone!!! (Original poster: Valerie Roberson) August 28, 2003

Filed under: The forum from the old website — Taryn @ 10:25 pm

hey everyone,

this is Valerie Roberson, and i just thought that i would let you guys know that my aunt’s breast cancer is all gone!! well, i love you guys, and i better get back to my homework.

Love Always,
Kristin’s first ambassador,
Valerie Roberson

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A little gift to commemorate Kristin's 17th year (Original poster: Shelly L.) August 21, 2003

Filed under: The forum from the old website — Taryn @ 6:05 am

Taryn,

In honor of Kristin’s upcoming birthday, I am sending a check to Kristin’s scholarship fund with a special request. Please earmark this contribution to be specifically used to continue hosting this website. Any problem with that? I visit here many times a week and would hate for it to go away.

Love,

Shelly

 

Taryn (Original poster: Kellie (Barrera) Avery) August 12, 2003

Filed under: The forum from the old website — Taryn @ 2:05 am

Taryn,

I am not sure if you will remember me. I used to teach for Carol at KU before I got married over 8 years ago. I helped choreograph a dance number for one of Kristin’s pageants. I was browsing the internet today and came across the KU websight and was so shocked to her the news of sweet Kristin. She was such a fun and talented little girl when i worked with her. I remember joining KU just shortly after you had lost your husband and your grief was very new, and so the news of Kristin made my heart so heavy. From the sound of the websight you seem to have so many around you who love you and of course, most importantly, your faith in Christ and His promise to carry you through. I just wanted to tell you that I will be praying for you and Amber and Cheyenne, and all your extended family. And that I am proud of the statement of faith that this websights shares with those who may be facing loss and grief; That you, in your deepest loss, can extend out a blessing to others is a really a mark of great strength and character in Christ.

In His love,
Kellie (Barrera) Avery