So very sorry to be reading this in Maryland tonight. Hugs to all.
Dear Cathy, Susie, Bizzy and the oldèr kids and families. Just a short note to tell you I am very sorry for you loss. As a child I loved playing with Cathy in your home mainly because your Mom created such a warm happy loving place for me. I have thought/prayed for her often through my own life. She was a Mom to every child. Glad my Aunt Eileen Bailey was able to be her neighbor all these years too. What a pair! I pray now that God will comfort each of you. Love Janet Brown-Andersen
Please know that thoughts and prayers are with you during this time. I, too, remember her smile. How could you ever forget it, right? We were just speaking of your father and what a nice man he was as well. Keep the memories close to your heart.
To all the wonderful McNamees - I think Aunt Dorothy was there with us in spirit at the reunion, especially during all of those toasts! She would have loved all of that. What I will remember most about Aunt Dorothy is her joyful laugh and ever-present sense of humor and fun. Our deepest sympathy to all of you and your extended families.
Cathleen, Ernie, Brian, Betsy and the whole McNamee family,
We are so sorry for your loss. She was a special lady. Our prayers are with you.
Sincerely, Brett and Ron