Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Charles Tureaud asks the community…Questions for mum

What would you like to say to your mother for MOTHER’S DAY?


“Mother, it’s because of the confidence and values that you instilled in me that I am who I am today.Thank you for helping me believe that I could be whatever I wanted to be, as long as I kept God first.” — Ollie M. Kirk, Realtor, Full Service Realty

“It was easy for me to take on the challenge of reviving the Westside, because you taught me that I could do anything. I love you.”— Katie Duncan, president of Las Vegas Ward 5 Chamber of Commerce

“Dear Mom: I love you and thank you for being the woman that you are, and have helped me become. I remember the days you took time off work to come to my track meets and always had dinner made when I came home from school. Thank you for being mom and dad!”
Nina Williams, owner, Presidential Shave barbershop

“Happy Mother’s Day to the greatest mom in the world. I love you.” — Paul Eric Gentle, student, Cheyenne High School


“Every day I get to celebrate the ‘you’ I have in me.”— Dana Scott, MVP Photography


“I’m so blessed to have you as my mother. I love you very much!” — Paul Eric Gentle, student, Cheyenne High School

“Wishing the world’s best mother a happy Mother’s Day from the ones that love her most — Ché, Lil’ Ché and Clementé.”— Ché Jones

“I love you for teaching me how to respect myself and walk through life with my head held high. You taught me how to be a wonderful woman just like you. I’m glad you’re my mother.”
Vanessa McConnell

“Even though my mom passed away Aug. 19, 2005, she is and always will be my favorite girl. If she was with us I would say: ‘Mom, I love you. Thank you for making me into the man, husband and father I am today. I miss you so much.’” — Herb Hunter, sales manager, Sprint

“Everything I am today is because of you and all that you gave me. I love you very much.” — Bernard Gaddis, choreographer

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