Nenna (Lenice McKelvie to most) was my sister in Law. My wife Betty
(Anno) is the baby of the large family. Nenna was the third eldest girl.
I've had many fine years being associated with Nenna. When one looks at the life, the accomplishments, and the treasures that one individual can make on another, it's astoundingly wonderful.
Nenna passed away in July 5, 2006. Her legacy will be long remembered.
She was a good wife, a good mother and a good grandmother. But to me, as a
sister-in-law, she was a friend. A friend that has passed from this life awaiting the time of a Savior to come. Sure we know that at that moment, in the twinkling of an eye, at the last trump: for the trumpet shall sound, and the Christians who have died will be raised with transformed bodies. And this mortal shall have put on immortality, then shall be brought to pass the saying that is written, Death is swallowed up in victory. I understand and know Nenna took her belief in God seriously and answered the calling by her response and dedication. Now I can have the opportunity to honor and remember her life. Also to help comfort her family and many friends. The family has been a great family and very loving.
I've had a lot of good visits with Nenna and Uncle Bobbin, as I called him. Bob and Nenna have taken us fishing and Nenna has done some might fine cooking. We've shared some happy times when we were able to come to Canada to see them both. We camped together at the Kitamat and fished. Bob and Nenna have even driven to our home in Wyoming. They cared enough for us and Bryan to come all the way down for his graduation. What a treck.! Nenna has been a good and kind sister to my wife, Betty. I give them both a lot of respect and dedication to kindness and love. But I now give my respects to Nenna and remember her vibrant and loving life.
Love from a
Here was the home of an old fisherman and the catch of his life.
Now to be the home of a grandson.