Rachel Amaris Elliott
1989-2008

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Drew Ward said:   November 8, 2014 10:48 am PST
Rachel is a deep color in the landscape of our lives and our love for you all.

Mike McDonald said:   October 19, 2014 9:45 pm PST
Rest in the peace of the Lord, sweet girl.

Sharon Stegmuller said:   October 19, 2014 2:05 pm PST
I see your "In memory of" button on my wall above my desk and think of your Mom and Dad. They were so courageous at court when they had a chance to read their statements before the sentencing. I will never forget how articulate they were in their grief. I'm sure very difficult for Erik as well. Your memory shines brightly.

Jeanette Smith said:   October 19, 2014 12:04 pm PST
Rachel, I am so thankful for the time that I was blessed to know such a wonderfully sweet young sister in Christ. Untill we meet again in our Fathers house just know this you are loved and missed. To Steve and Jill, I want to thank you for sharing you beautiful Daughter with us. Love your sister in Christ,Jeanette.

Linda Trowbridge said:   October 19, 2014 11:43 am PST
It's a beautiful day today Rachel and I'm missing you as I do every day. I wonder what you would have been doing if you were still with us, I know you are with us in spirit. You are such a force that can't be taken away. I know you would love Lindsay's children, it's because of you that made her want to have children and I thank you for that. Bye for now, I know I'll see you again. Trowbridge

Jasemine said:   October 18, 2014 4:21 pm PST
I heard about Rachel's story through a link on Justice 4 Kody's blog. So sorry to hear what happened to Rachel. When I turn 21 I am not going to drink or drive. Instead, I am going to celebrate my 21st birthday remembering those who were hit by a drunk driver. I know of a girl who was hit and killed by a drunk driver one year ago here in California. It's terrible that all the people who drink and drive will not learn that it will kill someone. I will remember those who lost their life to drunk drivers when I turn 21. Rachel, you are and will be a beautiful girl no matter what. I know I don't know you but by your picture, you are caring, loving and every other kind word there is. Much love from Jasemine Marie

Judy Farris said:   June 14, 2014 2:45 pm PST
I am sick of it! I've been hit twice, 1981 and 2010,(22 yrs. old and 49). Instead of going to war, we ought to invite them here and give them a car, Looks like America kills more Americans than war enemies.

HEATHER ARNAUD said:   May 23, 2014 10:38 am PST
hi my name is heather arnaud. I am sorry for your loss everyone.

Lupe Mercado said:   May 21, 2014 3:11 pm PST
I have lived in south corona for 4 years now and have always noticed a memorial that sits on the corner of Knabe Rd and Claystone. This week something compelled me to google the reason for it and this is how I find myself writting this now. I am saddened to hear about this tragic preventable accident. My sister passed away in 2009 in a boat accident. I know the grief and at times unbearable pain your family has suffered. Im sure you an amazing person Rachel, your actions and the words your friends and family share say it all! Rest peacefully sweet rachel. Say hello to my sister Sandra if you see her. xoxo

Jill Baker said:   February 21, 2014 1:45 pm PST
Rachel thinking of you today - remembering you always. We miss you and love you. Aunt Jill

Sarah said:   February 21, 2014 11:40 am PST
To a beautiful woman I never had the opportunity to meet, Today my heart aches as I think of all the pain your family has suffered and will continue to suffer until they can be with you again. Spending time with your brother has been the highlight of this past year for me, but I know he is not that man he would have been had he not lost his best friend. Your parents are beyond lovely (as you already know) and have made me feel so welcome in their home and in their lives. They are stronger than I can ever hope to be. On one hand, I am so glad Erik had the chance to know the joy and love of growing up with a sibling - a counterpart. But, on the other hand, I know it just makes the pain of losing you so much worse. I would give up everything I’ve been lucky enough to share with him in a heartbeat if it meant he could have you back in this life. Where you are, I know you are looking over your wonderful family as they take a different and difficult path that they never imagined having to walk down, and I know you are giving them the strength to exist without you. Love and light to you, Rachel.

Donna Tice said:   February 21, 2014 9:42 am PST
Thinking of you today sweet Rachel. Praying for your mom and dad and brother, extended family and friends.

Tonya said:   December 29, 2013 10:33 am PST
I am so sorry about your loss i am a single mom of 5 kids ages 20 19 15 13 and 8 i cant imagine what you are going through a parents worst nightmare i have worked for madd fundraiser my thoughts and prayers are with you

aisha said:   June 29, 2013 9:21 pm PST
To:The Elliott family this is my second time writing a message on rachel's memorial site. the first time was four years ago. Since then i have and still have kept you in my ''prayers''. It's sad people dont see that what their actions like drinking and driving do to the innocent they didnt see that the innocent had ''lives'' too. Thankful i hope rachel's with her lord jesus christ. Godbless be strong .

Terry Fountain said:   June 23, 2013 6:15 pm PST
I find it almost unbelievable that we have gone through yet another year without your bright presence among us. I am sending Peace, Light, and Love to you on this, your special day, and to your family, as they continue on their journey in this life. Know that we think of you so often. Know that you are missed. Know that prayers are sent up for you. And know that your best friend still misses you more than words can ever express... and she always will. We love you!

Rachel's Daddy said:   June 1, 2013 11:43 am PST
Where you are now, beautiful, I trust it is always a good morning. I ache with the desire to hold you, smell your hair, hear your voice - simple things we take for granted, but, oh, how precious. I think of you constantly, especially in the quiet morning hours when I am walking Ida. I love you, Rachel. Erik has a new girlfriend, Sarah, and I am so broken-hearted she will never know you. We love her, too, but she makes me think of you and all we are missing...

Laurel McKenzie said:   May 31, 2013 6:13 am PST
Thank you for sharing your story and allowing me to get a glimpse of your beautiful daughter. My 13 year old daughter is working on a project related to alcohol and the impacts it has on people's lives which is what led me to your site. I'm sorry this happened to you. Thank you for having the strength and courage to keep fighting. I cannot begin to imagine what it takes. xoxo

Kirk Peterson said:   May 26, 2013 12:20 pm PST
I read your letter this morning in The Sun, June 2013. I looked Rachel up online and found this site. You all are in my thoughts.

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