Elizabeth A. Bessette (Smith)
I am so sorry for your loss of this sweet and wonderful family member.
I would like to share a few warming thoughts with you, if I may.
The first I met Liz (just this year)she commented on the current flight of the monarchs and how spectacular that was. Her bringing this to my awareness caused me to pay closer attention to them while they were in my yard for the next week, feeding on the nectar of the butterfly bush before flying off to their next stop on their way to their final destination.
Liz also educated me a bit about the beautiful swans swimming in the nearby pond. She taught me that the young swan, a cygnet, by the age of two would loose its remaining grey feathers and then present to be fully white.
Having just moved north only a short time ago, I had not been privy to these interesting bits of information which were among many things Liz had shared with me during the brief time I knew her, driving her to Upton. She also spoke often of Madeline and her brother - she was so blessed to have grandchildren.
Her passing has left quite a hole in my heart as well, even though I'd known her for such a short time. She really touched my life! But knowing she's in the arms of the Lord is comforting to my soul as I hope it is for you, too. I know she is there because she would never reject Him. She is His, and He is hers.
Rest in peace my dear friend, Liz.
Butterflies and swans will always bring pleasant memories of you.
Lee, Elizabeth, Madeline, Nathan, Gram, and family,
You are in my heart and I wish you peace and comfort.
Not long ago, my Mom took Aunt Liz and I to the Museum of Science. Aunt Liz had a fantastic time and her custom-made thank you card captured the day in pictures. I will cherish that day and other memories always.
Aunt Liz loved family and would want us all to be happy and to enjoy nature. Love,
Lee and Liz,
I am saddened to hear of this. Although it has been many years since we have seen one another I always remember that smile.
Rest in peace cousin, you will be missed. Thoughts and prayers are with the family.
Elizabeth was a very loving and caring person. She helped with my Mother and always showed her the deepest respect and kindness. My sincere sympathies to her family on their loss.