We send you our deepest sympathy for the loss of your husband. Your family and you are in our thoughts and prayers at this sad time.
Anne and Steve Kott, Wellesley, MA
Dear Elaine and Family,
My sincere sympathy at Chuck's passing. I have been praying for him for a long time as I saw his name in Holy Redeemers bulletin. I always loved seeing your smiling faces come in to Christians Restaurant when I was working..you were both definetely A list customers!!! It was always a pleasure to wait on you and Chuck. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. May he rest in God's eternal peace.
Dear Elaine and family, We're sorry to hear of the death of Chuck. I have fond memories of you and your family visiting my parents in Milton when the girls were little. Wishing we could be with you, but traveling for the holidays. Sending our love and prayers. Anne Fidler Ancona and Jim Ancona
Elaine, my deepest condolences to you and your family. I so enjoyed getting to know both of you. Buying my first house with Chuck was an amazingly positive experience. Our chats while riding in the car have put many smiles on my face. Strength and love in the days ahead.
Elaine, Ellen, Beth, Amy and Bill,
Words cannot express our deepest sympathy for your loss. Knowing Chuck as a teenager and growing closer to him in retirement makes us realize what a great and good man he was with such intense wit, insightful memory of facts and stories we had long since forgotten and sound judgment --- despite his being a graduate of Boston Latin and BC Law --- (he would have had a humorous response to that and we all would had a belly laugh.) We loved him too and will continue our daily prayers for him and for you all in your bereavement. .
Jim and Dottie Mackey