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Full Name:
Rachel Mary Stubbs McTeer 2
Full Name:
Rachel Mcteer 1
Birth:
14 Dec 1975 1
Death:
18 Jun 2005 1
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Quote:
"No worries" 2
Occupation:
City planner Alpine City Utah 2
Religion:
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints 2
Social Security:
Card Issued: Unknown Code (72) 1

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Stories

I remember staying at your house one summer and Erin and I were arguing who would sleep on the bed. Rachel, in all her wisdom, made us draw straws...I won!!! I got to sleep on the bed and Erin slept on the floor.

Lucy and Cole really want me to put Rachel tickled them, and she liked to jump on the trampoline with them.

I remember sharing a room with Rachel. I remember her wedding. I remember her children. I hope I'll always remember her her laugh.

I remember the sleep overs we would have and trying not bug Amy

She is my sister. I remember her singing happy birthday to me the last time we spoke. I miss her dearly.

Christmas with Rachel

Rachel and her second daughter

Rachel's birthday was December 14. We often decorated the Christmas tree on her birthday. She was always so excited during the month of December and often was so excited that she became ill, especially on her birthday and on Christmas Day. She still loved the season, however. She loved Christmas music of all types. She loved to make her gifts, sewing and crafting from an early age. She loved to surprise people with an act of service. She liked the Christmas lights and made it her business to help her parents get their lights up in plenty of time for the season.

The Christmas season that she was expecting her daughter was an especially joyous one. Her days were filled with preparation for the new little one who came to her on New Year's Day. How she loved that baby and her second daughter as well! Rachel made ambitious plans for them to love Christmas as she did. She included her daughter in making Christmas ornaments for others. We still love to hang them on our tree. We especially miss Rachel at this season and we miss her children too. Our hope and prayers are that they are happy and well and enjoying the season as their mother always did.

Rachel feels very close right now, maybe because of Jeni's new daughter who was named for her. I know Rachel is very very excited that Rex and Jeni have Cecelia Rae home with them now.

Merry Christmas Rachel. We love you. We're going to the cemetery tonight to join the candlelight vigil there. We'll put luminaries on your grave and Andy's.

Jenny is making a book about Rachel.

I love you aunt Rachel. Wish you would fly back down and give you a big hug. You were an awesome aunt. I remember when aunt Rachel took me to Walmart and she was singing my favorite song at the top of her lungs and she didnt care how many people saw her. - Rachel

Jenny's book, Arms Wide Open, is such a gift to our family. It brings good memories and it will make the transition easier for Addie and Elizabeth when they are able to join us once again.

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