Aunt Maureen was my Godmother. She was a wonderful woman with a great sense of humour. She always made me feel special as her God-daughter and encouraged me with hobbies, whether it was crocheting, macramé, knitting or quilting. She was stubborn and strong willed and I think it helped her to fight the fight very valiantly. She came out to the Rockies with mom (Colleen) to be Godmother to my son Mark two years ago, and I will treasure that visit always. Rest in peace Aunt Maureen, free from pain and with all our other loved ones!!!
Maureen was my "limo" driver. God Bless her. She drove me home from church many many times. So much appreciated. Please accept my sincere and deepest sympathy.
A dear cousin, always smiling and seeing the bright side of life. You are sadly missed. Our heartfelt condolences to Colleen, Elaine, Joan, Pat, their partners and all Maureen's nieces and nephews. With our love and prayers.
Maureen was my old friend from grade school & high school. We played the piano together. We just hung out as kids do. I remember her as a kind, gentle person and I am sorry to hear of her death. My sincere condolances to her family.
May you find comfort in the good times - the times when tears came as a result of laughter, not sadness. Sending you all our love - the O'Neill's.