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  1. Tina was a badass. I loved her. We worked at Mattel together and I had a blast sitting across from her and talking smack all day. Tina told it like it was – there are way way too few people who do that. Our world is a horrible mess precisely from the lack of straight talk and calling things what they are. I hope all of us can focus on what a great girl she was and how lucky we are for having had her in our lives. See you at 2.

  2. To my beautiful wife, I will always love you. I remember when we first met, I was smitten from the first time I laid eyes on you. I remember stumbling through the words of asking you to go steady, because you were the first girl I respected, and really felt that love really meant something. We had two wonderful kids together and I will honor you, and continue to provide the love and guidance that we both wanted for our children. As I am sitting here, next to where you would normally sit, it deeply saddens me that you are not here with me. I miss you terribly and would do anything to have you with me once again. I cherish the time we spent together and only wish that we had at least another 50 years together. It is just not fair! We had something special that will live forever in my heart, and my soul. Nobody will ever replace you and I am lonely without you. Couples can only dream of what we had together. Please come and snuggle with me again and visit. I keep calling for you and need you to come and talk to me longer than you have so far. I miss you baby, and I wish you were here. Rest in peace my darling and I will see you again one day. Love you husband, your soul mate, and your best friend George.

  3. Tina was the maid of honor at our wedding. Our friendship also resulted in us becoming godparents to their beautiful daughter Alyssa. Tina was a very thoughtful person. We miss you and will treasure our memories of time spent together. R.I.P you are in our thoughts and prayers.

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