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