Family Pictures


Britt, Mariel, Cailean
kk and britt
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Will, Britt, Cailean



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Willem van Bergen:

I miss you soo much Cailean you have no idea, for the longest time we did not see or speak to each other but i know you are now with us all. you spoke so little but said so much. your final actions said it all, and as with all the “greats” i dont think i appriciated you the way i should have till you were gone, if i had only……………….. and if i had only………. and if i had only…………….maybe you might still be here. but words cannot express how much i/we miss you. we all miss and think and pray for you eveyday but the only thing i ask of you now is to pray for us. help us to understand and help us most when we feel thier are no answers. we miss you cailean, watch over the family. i miss you buddy!

June 12th, 2004 at 3:39 am
Mara Martin:

Dear Maureen, John, Brittany and Mariel,
I visit Cailean’s web site quite often and never know exactly what I want to say to all of you. Cailean was a good natured, sensitive and talented young man. I’m so sorry I never realized what all of you were going through. It is through Cailean that I wanted to learn much more about Neurological Lyme Disease. It is because of Cailean that people will become aware of this awful disease. I along with Ryan, Lindsey and Stan miss Cailean terribly, especially Ryan. I will always remember Cailean’s smile when I would say something quirky and waiting for Ryan and I to pick him up for middle school in the mornings.
Cailean is missed by everyone. My family and ALL his friends.
Please know that Cailean will never be forgotten.
With all my love,

August 8th, 2004 at 4:03 pm
Tammie Vargas:

I just went over these pictures and what a bunch of wonderful pictures. I can remember Cailean as the young man, I even remember the lion he is holding. I remember when he use to be Johns big helper- carrying in wood or trying to do what ever his dad was doing. He grew into such a tall young man. I just wish that I had seen him more as he got older than time and distance allowed. His memory will live on as will his lopsided smile.( this smile always had a meaning behind it.)

September 25th, 2004 at 6:23 pm
Rebecca Ganswindt:

cailean-this past weekend was the talent show. donations were made in your honor and all your friends were there, safely together, all for you. i was unable to make it, but there wasn’t a moment that passed that you weren’t on my mind. this year has been a rough one no doubt, i can’t believe my first year of college is coming to an end. though i am not home too often there isn’t one day that goes by where i have not thought of you. your pictures that grace the walls of my dorm bring me back to all the great times we’ve shared and those with all our friends. we all miss you everyday. well now spring slowly but surely makeing its way to oswego. the days are getting warmer and the skys are becoming brighter. i hope you are enjoying yourself wherever you may be. you remain to me to be one of the best and funniest people i have ever been priviliged to know. we are all honored to be able to call the most talented guitarist we will have ever known, our friend. i will right again soon.

April 4th, 2005 at 8:16 pm

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