Entries by Ann Griffiths

Keith’s Fingerprint

Siblings leave fingerprints that stay with us forever. But sometimes we don’t realize it until they’re gone. Four days ago my brother passed away after a four-month, painful battle with cancer. He was only 50 years old and left behind his wife, four children (the youngest is 12) and many family and friends who loved […]

It’s official

It’s official. Our book, A Mentor’s Fingerprint, has been released and we’re already hearing from people who’ve read it. Here’s a FaceBook message that one person sent us. “I curled up with a great book today…yours….wow, I knew I wanted to wait until I could fully enjoy it and give it the attention it deserved […]

Birthdays, Butterflies, & Hope

At this time of year, there are a flurry of birthdays in my family – all being celebrated in different ways, including cyber greetings on FaceBook. As each one’s birthday comes and goes, I think about how he or she is a unique evolving butterfly that brings a special flavor or color to our blended […]

Our friend, Eileen Neufeld

This first post of our web site is dedicated to our friend, Eileen Neufeld, who unexpectedly passed away on March 26th, after having a masive stroke at work. Full of life and energy, and only 56 years old, there was no indication that Eileen’s life with us would end so abruptly. The night before her […]