Katie Liberson Obituary, Death – Fourteen years ago today, the world lost a remarkable woman, Katie Liberson, my beloved mother. Alzheimer’s/Dementia may have taken her away from me long before 2009, but it couldn’t diminish the profound impact she had on my life and the lives of those she touched.
Watching my mother’s battle with Alzheimer’s/Dementia was heart-wrenching. It slowly eroded her memory and identity, yet her spirit remained resilient. In those challenging years, I did my best to honor her wishes and provide comfort. It was a painful journey, but it taught me invaluable lessons about the resilience of the human body and the enduring nature of the soul.
Today, on this anniversary, I choose to remember my mother as the vibrant and endlessly supportive woman she always was. She was not just a mother but a beacon of love and strength in our lives. As a grandmother, she was exceptional, filling our family with warmth and wisdom.
I find solace in believing that she watches over us from wherever her spirit resides. I hope she sees the fine young men that my sons, Ryan and Alex, have become. Her unwavering faith in their potential and her constant support continue to shape their lives. They are the good men she always believed they would be, a testament to her enduring influence.
Though my mother’s physical presence may be absent, her legacy lives on in the love and values she instilled in us. Today, I choose to celebrate her life, her wisdom, and her unwavering love. As I remember Katie Liberson, I am reminded that the bonds of love transcend time and space, and her memory will forever be a guiding light in my life and in the lives of those she touched.