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I have known Becca since I was, oh, 9? She was the year older than me in church and school so I didn't know her super well, but I certainly remember Becca's positive attitude. She knew how to make people happy and make the best of sticky situations (like being forced to go to Broadway in jeans because of the fire alarm in the hotel) and struck me as a highly loving and loyal friend.
I loved my sweet friend. Becca and I became friends when I moved to Maryland when I was barely 15. She and her wonderful family drew me in and made me a friend that I felt like we had been friends for years. I have countless memories with her with efy, youth conferences, early morning seminary, young women's, girls camp and an obnoxious amount of church dances. We shared many spiritually solidifying experiences that I'm forever grateful for. From waking up in a cabin at girls camp with a rat above our heads to sitting in the sacred grove, thank you Becca for your devoted love and example to me. I admired your perfect skin and long blonde hair and infectious laugh. I remember several times when we'd walk outside of early morning seminary to a sunrise she'd say how out of all of God's creations she loved the sky the most. I'll think of you sweet Becca when I look up and see the sunrise. I love you my sweet friend. Love, Suzanne
My most poignant memory of Rebecca is how she would swaddle her babies and carry them on her chest for the first few months of their lives. I think Luke was 6 months old before I saw his eyes! She kept them close to her heart, she gave them her all. What an amazing woman! Another favorite memory is just hearing Andrew speak about her - his love for her was mirrored only by her love for him. She radiated love and goodness and always, always made me feel better about myself. She was a devoted and loyal wife, a wonderful friend and an exemplary mother. ❤️
Becca was all goodness and sweetness and patience and virtue. Being around her made me want to be better, and to believe I could. She was kind to me and to my children, and I learned a lot from her devotion and diligence.