Dear Di, John, Eileen & Family,
I know that we all have to eventually travel over the rainbow bridge but this side of the bridge will never be the same!! As I've said before, your dad was bigger than life. He brought so much joy to everyone and I loved listening to his stories! I am so sorry for your loss but I am truly happy that your mom didn't have to wait long to see him again! Have a " holy water" on me , Mr Howard! RIP xxoo
Our deepest sympathy, Diane, to you and your family. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
My mother Agnes Oliva and I, Donna Oliva Greco send our prayers and condolences on the loss of your father. I believe my Dad and your Dad were shipmates and friends as my father too was on the "Dwayne" during much of World War II. My Dad passed away in 2009 and rests now at the National Cemetary in Bourne. May they both rest in peace. There is a lovely saying that reminds us of our Dad and his service on the Sea: "As I gaze upon the Sea all my dreams come back to me". May this bring you comfort.
Donna Oliva Greco
formerly Third Cliff Scituate residents
currently South Yarmouth residents
May Richard RIP. He was my Street Sgt. when I first went on Malden Police 9-1974. Great man and he knew his job. He always told me to check the Malden River for body's. Must have had a lot of crime. I retired 7-1994.
Offering our deepest condolences during this difficult time.