Dear family of Mrs. Wightman. My name is Robin and I had the pleasure of meeting your loved one Sally 24 yrs ago at Terri's Hair Affair Hair salon in Harwich. Your mom made such a difference in my life. I could bore you with so many stories mostly funny about my visits with your mom. I had the pleasure of styling her hair every Friday in the late afternoon. For nearly 12 years I heard such wonderful family stories of all of you. Her children and the birth of Sally's grandchildren. I loved every moment spent with your mom. I know I never truly met any of you but through stories I feel so blessed to have known you all. Today I thought of your mom and googled her name and today I learn of her journey to Heaven. Today I cried and I smile. Bless you all! ??????
Dear Baysie and George,
Chris and I are only now hearing and seeing the beautiful photos that you all shared for your Mom's service. We are now in Bedford MA> and soon to move to Hingham, to Linden Ponds....we are great grandparents of 5 Jen and Bill have 3 and Betsy just now another to make two grandchildren...we are all well and trying to get through a move which is really difficult for Chris to leave his tennis buds, Karl Geiger, John Beard, and a few that you would not know. Please ... Bay, respond with your address for Bets. Doris Crowell, email@example.com
George and Baysie - Your mother was the picture of grace. Our thoughts go out to you. She was a wonderful woman and enriched all of our lives. Nelson Graves
Dear Baysie and George, I am so sorry you have lost Sally..She was my tennis Hero! I fondly remember all those hours and years on the tennis court, as partner or teammate. SHe always brought one's game up a notch. SAlly's nature was thoughtful and quiet...I will remember her beautiful and welcoming smile. I send my sympathy and love to you, Baysie and George. PAt. JOnesi
Dear Bays and George, I am so sorry your mom is gone. She was such a pillar of life in Chatham...I thought she would go on forever - she had that much energy! I love to think of her playing tennis at the CB &TC with kids of all ages. What a great life she had. She will be missed - love to your whole family. With great memories, Gay-gay
My condolences to Baysie and George and the whole family. Mrs. Wightman was a wonderful hostess to all the rambunctious teenagers who gravitated to that house in Chatham; I have many fond memories.
The staff of American Cancer Fund™ at www.AmericanCancerFund.org is sorry to hear of Sally's passing. We are receiving memorial donations in her name and our sincere condolences go out to her family.
We wish to extend our deepest sympathies at this difficult time.