Lauren A. GervigOctober 21,2013
Lauren A. GervigLauren A. Gervig
Please join the Gervig-Micalizzi-Etherington family as we say goodbye to our beloved Lauren Ann Gervig.
Lauren left us far too soon, on October 4, 2013, from injuries sustained in an automobile accident in Wake Forest, NC. Our precious girl packed a lot of living into a short twenty-five years. She was a vibrant young woman with an unstoppable zest for life. Lauren always carved her own path and followed that path to the beat of her own drummer. That quality was just one of the things that made Lauren so special.
Lauren loved her daughter, Ariana Lyn, and in that child Lauren has left us all with the most amazing gift and piece of her heart.
Please join us at Grace Congregational Church in Rutland, Vermont, on Saturday, October 26, at 4 p.m. Gathering immediately following at the Rutland Country Club in Rutland, Vermont.
In honor of our Lauren, we’re asking everyone to wear something pink, as pink was Lauren’s favorite color. Thank you.
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