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December 06, 2016

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December 06, 2016

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October 22, 2016
A loving aunt of 71 years. Aunt Therese and my Uncle John are truly missed, but they are both together again.
Much love to all the caregivers who took care of Therese and the kind neighbors as well. (Pokie)
October 20, 2016
I will never forget Therese, what a lovely lady she was! May God rest her soul! Diane Proulx
October 20, 2016
My memories of Therese go way back to when I was a young teenage boy washing dishes at The Bennington Club where she treated me so kindly. I will always remember her for that, and in later years she became a customer at my store, Evens' News, where we had many pleasant conversations. She was a lovely woman, and I send my sincere sympathy to her family and friends, and honor a life well lived.

George Krawczyk
Bennington
October 19, 2016
Therese will surely be missed by all who knew her. I worked for and with Therese for 10 years in Employee Relations at Union Carbide. There was no better friend and mentor than she, and she was fair. She truly wanted the best for all the employees, whether she was negotiating benefits or planning nice parties. I once had a conversation with her, and told her how much I learned from her and appreciated all she had done for me. Rest well, a job well done...
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