Margaret M. (Gebhardt) Baird
Our deepest sympathy to all the Bairds Peg and Al raised a great family and will be missed.
Ray and Dottie Kilcoyne
Byron and I accompanied Rose, Dan, Brendan, and Kailey to Nana's in March for a meet and greet as many of that family that was available. We immediately felt at home. The stories, jokes, bantering between siblings and the next generation, the food and desserts had us thinking, this is what family is all about. The other observation we had was that ALL of you throughout the afternoon made sure that Nana was positioned in the middle of it all enjoying the moment. The love and respect for her spoke volumes. Our thoughts are with you all.
Brian, Know that you are in our thoughts today and everyday. Andrew and I both feel so honored to have had the chance to meet your mother at your wedding. Hold on to each other as you grieve her loss. With all our love, Andrew & Sheri
Sending prayers for Peggy and all your family at this time of your loss.
You all were the best neighbors, I remember, growing up on Chace St. I remember playing in the (then) sandpit between our houses under the watchful eye of Peggy, always waiting with a cookie or some little treat! She was always so warm and friendly.
Comforting to "know" you had a friend at the Clinton hospital if ever needed. She was a blessing to her family, neighbors and community.
Your mom was a very special person, loving and caring. I will always remember our trips to Rocky POnd and trying to be the first to see the water. I will miss her. With love & sympathy, Nancy (Ellis) & Gerry St Jean