I was so shocked to learn of Vicky's death from the Ellsworth American. She and I were in the same class at Elmira College. I have lived in Hancock County for the past 40 years. So sad we didn't know of your connection to Cranberry Isles. Please know our thoughts are with you and your family. I hope we can meet some time in the future. Gail Goodday Ladd and husband Basil Ladd, Brooksville,ME, 207-326-4704
Dear Chris. It is with great shock and sadness that I read of Vicky's untimely death a couple of weeks ago. How well I remember and cherish the memories of our times together -- Christ Church, League of Women Voters, and especially Greater Lawrence Habitat for Humanity -- Vicky was the most loving and devoted Family Partner person, and how much I appreciated her many volunteer hours of driving the Habitaxi as well. We looked forward to spending time in Portland together after your retirement, and we will look forward to spending time with you as the days and months go on. Please know that our love and prayers are with all of you at this very sad time. Lovingly, Janet and all the Suirrett family
I remember a very funny, very generous woman. Love and prayers for all the Johnstons.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you all, Chris, from all your friends at The Andover Thrift Shop. Vicky was a devoted volunteer for so many years.
She was a wonderful, warm, kind person, and we have very fond memories of her. We will remember her with love. Our sympathies and prayers are with you.
Much agreed. She was a truly great human, whom departed our company far too soon. Her memory will never be missing from our lives. Andrew Miller.
Please accept our deepest sympathies on your loss. She was a great lady and our lives were richer for knowing her.
Peter, Jayne, Luke and Elizabeth Miller