My deepest sympathy to all of Nanette's family. How we loved Duke & Irene, and how many hours my kids spent with all the family back in the days of Dana Street in West Lebanon. What wonderful, wonderful loving people each and every one. With fondest memories.
with sincere sympathy to denise and Nanette's family. very sad when terry sent me the awful news. nan and I were good buddies a long time ago, we could make each other laugh, we had some fun days. she was a great person,and so were your parents denise.it's sad to move apart and loose touch,i'm sure nan was fun for all her too short of life. very sorry, will think of nan often, as I do for other classmates who have passed.
My deepest sympathies to Thomas, Catherine, Denise and all of the family. I did not know your Mom well, but what I knew I liked. She was the only parent to help me with Rel. Ed. She was a delightful person and it saddens me that she had to fight this terrible disease and that you children have to loose her so very young. May God hold you close through the times ahead, as I am sure He is holding your Mom now. Sincerely, Chris & Art Holmes
Denise, Greg, and Family,
I am so sorry to hear about Nanette. Hopefully, good memories of her will bring you some comfort at this sad time.
To my dear cousins Catherine and Thomas,
Your mom was always one of my favorite aunts! She always called me "sweetie" or "honey" How could she not be anyones favorite??!! Her smile and laugh was such a joy to be around. I'm so sorry that you have to deal with this loss at such a young age. Your mom was such a bright soul and I truly believe she will always be with you. Please stay strong and lean on friends and family for support! We love you and want to help with anything we can. Love always, Kelly