Sending you love and prayers in remembrance of your dear father.
I met your cousin tonight at mass and she told me of the passing of your Dad.He had a great life and was so proud of hid wonderful daughters.And why would he not?
I remember,when we were at Laurel Hill,he would send in an apple/rhubarb pie for us..always delicious. I am so glad I met your cousin at church or I would not have been aware of his passing.I know all you girls were so good to him,and ,I know he was a wonderful father.
Please accept my sympathy.
Offering our deepest condolences at this difficult time.
Marie,Angela,Nancy,Jean,Gerry & Patty,
Sorry for your loss. Our deepest sympathy.
Bill, Robin, Matthew & Mark Kerwin
Dear Arthur & Phyllis:
Please accept our deepest sympathy on the passing of your brother. We will always remember seeing him at your home on Christmas morning. Keep the memories you have of him close to your heart. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
News of your beloved dad's passing has just been called to my attention. I hasten to express my heartfelt sympathy to you and your entire family. I note that his funeral will be at St. Mary's. My illness prevents my attendance. I recall observing the mutual care you rendered to one another.
Br. Ronald Francis Crepeau-Cross MGC
Jean has just informed me of the passing of her loving father Al.
Instantly I had recall of the family bakery on Camp street where we all grew up. Al's passing is a testimony to the importance of family, friends,and wonderful memories shared. RIP Al.
Our deepest sympathies go out to all of you with the passing of your Dad.
We always enjoyed visiting with him and hearing his stories, especially the ones when he was delivering bread to this neighborhood in South County. We feel very fortunate to have met him. He will be truly missed by many.
Pierre, Terry & Family