Dear Shawn & Meghan,
It is so very difficult to lose a parent, especially one who is so special. Your Mother fought a courageous battle and now she is in heaven. I am so very proud of her and I know Michael is too. I pray that God will cradle you in His comfort and peace. Love, Doni
Shawn & Megan, I'm so sorry for your loss. Rachel was an inspiration to everyone she met. She fought long and hard with her MS. They are all reunited now, Dick, Jan, Richard (Keith) and Rachel. I find comfort in that as I hope you do. No more suffering. My heart goes out to you.
You were an amazing person. May you rest in peace. My prayers are with your family.
I know what it is to lose a parent, and I know what it is to lose a Chinnock. I am so sorry for your loss.
Much love to Shawn and Meghan,
your cousin Cathy (Chinnock) Adams
Rest in Peace Sweet Rachel! You were an inspiration of courage, dignity and happiness. Rest with the angels as you keep watch on Shawn, Megan and your grandchildren....
To Rachel's family, please accept my deepest condolences for your loss. I respected and admired Rachel for fighting a tough battle with a great sense of being and good humor. May God Bless you all.
To Rachel's children and grandchildren,
I offer you my deepest condolences. I worked for your mom while she was still in Brownsville and kept in touch with her via e-mail after she moved to Illinois. She was a strong, courageous, fun-loving woman, who I admired very much. I know how much she thought of her children and her grandchildren. I will miss her.
Offering our deepest condolences during this difficult time.
Meghan and Shawn, Thinking about you both and sending lots of abrazos your way. Tia Meb
Rachel, we only knew you as part of our "family" here, but you were very dear to all of us! We were blessed to have you in our lives!
Rachel was one of the most courageous people I've ever met! I also always found her to be opinionated, articulate and stubborn...lol! I always enjoyed our conversations because I knew I would be challenged and would come away with something new to think about! She made everyone with whom she came in contact better for the experience. May her family find "Joy in the Mourning"!