She never saw the world for what it was but what it could be. When April designed flower arrangements, it wasn‘t so much about the money, but about the joy she could create through her artistry. She always had the ability to communicate her visions: April was a born salesman. Snow to Eskimos, sand in the desert, that kind of salesman. With her personable nature April eventually slid into the real estate market: location, location, location was her mantra. She lived in the moment. If you were friends with April you’d better be prepared to drop what you’re doing to go on an adventure. When she did something it was always first class: she redid her original wedding gown for renewing her vows at Turks and Caicos. But it paled in comparison to the dress she changed into after the ceremony. Of course the glamorous girl was never afraid to get down and dirty: You could also find her on her dirt bike at the track in Breezewood.
She met a guy named Mark at Gateway High School. When April came home from California she’d reconnect with him. They danced to the song “Always” and their journey had begun. Their marriage was blessed with two boys, Mark James and Josh; though April always said she was raising three boys. She is survived by her mother, Lois Meyer; two sisters, Brenda Lilly and Lois Dallett. She was pre-deceased by her dad, Harry Meyer and two brothers, Mark and Gary DeRemigio.
Come celebrate 51 outgoing years Saturday noon to 2 p.m. at Daley Life Celebration Studio, where there will be a 2 p.m. service. Donations to Glouc. County Special Services Edu. Foundation, 1340 Tanyard Road, Sewell 08080 will be appreciated.