Sunday, November 27, 2005

The purpose of this Blog

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Because Tara loved "live journaling", this Site is established. It provides a format for remembering the past and developing the future for those interested in communicating items about Tara and the Memorial Park planned in Paulding County on the Silver Comet Trail. We need everyone's participation, discussion, and suggestions to be able to go forward and develop a Park that will be a great place for the entire Paulding Community to enjoy the days and remember Tara.


At Saturday, December 10, 2005 9:39:00 AM, Blogger Erich said...

This site is a beautiful memorial. I did not know Tara Drummond personally, but I was shocked when I first read the tragic news, and have been deeply moved by the many remembrances I have read. From the memories you have shared, I know that she was a wonderful person.

As Christmas approaches, I know that her loss will be felt all the more for her family and friends, but please take comfort from the knowledge that she is smiling down on all of you from Heaven.

At Saturday, March 04, 2006 9:19:00 AM, Blogger Stephanie said...

I just saw for the first time the picture of the badge that has all of the officers that made the ultimate sacrifice in the year 2005. All I can say is WOW. It is so amazing seeing the Tara that we all knew and loved being honored in such a big way. She deserves it and would have it no other way.

At Friday, May 19, 2006 8:11:00 AM, Blogger Stephanie said...

Happy Birthday Tara!!!
Just want you to know that I am thinking of you today, and that even though you are no longer with us that you are not, or will ever be forgotten. I was able to attend the Police Memorial service in Washington D.C. Getting to see and touch your name on "The Wall" was undescribable. I love you and miss you so much.

At Friday, July 21, 2006 11:35:00 PM, Blogger Sara, Tx said...

I visit the web site often to see what is new and to know about any fundrasing that is going on. I may live in Texas, but I send my love to Brian and Tina everyday for keeping the memory of Tara alive. Tara was my best friend before she moved to GA. We kept in touch over the years and even got to see each other a hand full of times. I miss her dearly, but I know I will see her again somday!

At Tuesday, August 08, 2006 5:23:00 PM, Blogger Matthew Dinsmore said...

With most people you have to earn their respect. With Tara, thats where she started.

To be honest, Tara and I didn't always see eye-to-eye on everything, but I am constantly inspired by her brutal honesty. She was so real. I really miss her.

Thanks for the website and the park. I will be purchasing a brick on 8/15 (payday).

Pet Daisy for me please.

At Tuesday, August 22, 2006 10:38:00 AM, Blogger rajamatag said...

Writing here is difficult at best. I'm not one for opening up something so raw and laying it out.
It is even painful to look at the wonderful website that Brian created. That is one powerful man, and Tina is blessed to have him.
It's almost been a year since she physically left. It still hurts more than I can even explain. Next month will be impossible for my emotions.
The effect that Tara had on my life was astounding. Never will I be the same person without her.


At Saturday, May 15, 2010 7:40:00 PM, Blogger Jackie Knapp Talley said...

On this 2010 National Day of Memorial for all fallen police officers, I was compelled to visit Tara's website of her incredible story and legacy. I am thinking of her today, and my thoughts and prayers are also with the Drummond family. ~ Jackie Talley

At Wednesday, November 25, 2015 9:32:00 AM, Blogger K & E Williams said...

I was looking at the Silver Comet Trail website for a place to exercise and jog when I came upon Tara's story. I, my wife and children lived in Abilene from 1980 -1984. I was a young Airman stationed at Dyess AFB. Our youngest daughter, Lori was born at Dyess in June 1981. So, we lived in Abilene at the same time as Tara and her family. We moved to Powder Springs, Ga in 1989. All of my children graduated from McEachern High. On September 19, 2005 on Mt. Tabor Church Rd. I was hit head on by another vehicle. I spent 13 days in intensive care at Kennestone Hospital. I didn't know Tara and her family. But as I read her story I felt a connection with them. You guys will be daily in my prayers.


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