Michelle Marie Greever
August 24th 1984 ~ November 5th 1993
Our precious daughter was nine years and two months old when she was struck by a car while trying to get to her school bus. Michelle donated her corneas and gave the gift of sight to two young men, she also was one of fourteen organ donors in the Inland Northwest for 1993. Michelle will always be remembered for her loving and giving ways. Her sharing in life and of giving in her death will never be forgotten.
Her deep green eyes always shined with the light of happiness and her smile gave others wings to fly. Her auburn hair was so unique her teacher once remarked "Lady Clairol would love to have that hair color"! She was very talented musically and artistically. Michelle always decorated everyone's path with her beauty and her creativity. Michelle loved nature and loved life, even the littlest of bugs she would cherish and adore in the palms of her hands..
She sang her first solo at age four at church, the song was "Away in the Manger" and she went on to sing as the youngest member of her choir at school. Michelle made a manger and a salt shaker the night before she went to Heaven. I think of the "salt and the light" and as she pointed out her manger had the Star of David on it. The last verses she memorized in the Bible were "John 10:28-29" about Eternal Life, after six years of memorizing scripture. Michelle parted for Heaven 36 hours after memorizing her last verses (John 10:28-29) in Awana. She once told me if she ever died before me to look for the brightest star and she would be smiling down on me and shining down on me until we were together again, and that we would never say goodbye, we would be together forever! The last picture Michelle drew for me was of a little girl standing on the moon, next to it she wrote that she loved me and to have sweet dreams. I have...
Her legacy remains as her life was remarkable
for one so young.
Cindy Jo Greever,
Washington State USA
Cindy Jo has an online Ministry *Healinghearts* for bereaved parents and a email grief support group for bereaved mothers.