Dear Father Phil, Cecile, and Lamothe family. Our memories of Marguerite are fond ones. Our 12 years of schooling were spent together at the Sutton School and then Mt. St. Mary's. Those were all good years and hold many great memories. Marguerite was a God-centered woman and is now reaping the rewards of her time on earth. May she remember us in her prayers--as we will her. Shalom, Sister Helen O'Brien and Sister Martha O'Brien
So sorry for your loss John and Kathy and Maille family. Jean & Ernie Blake
Jimmy, Jane, Joyce, Jo Ann, Johnny and Mr. Maille, I'am so sorry to hear of your mom's/wifes passing. She was a mother Teresa. What a hard working and loving women. I can remember all the great times we had growing up and even with all the work your mom would have, she would always find the time for a smile and a good word. I know she will be greatly missed but will put a smile on your face when you think about her. Keep her smile alive in each one of you and take care of each other.
To Uncle Joe, My long missed Cousin's, Cecile & Antony, & Father Phil,
My loving Aunt Marguerite was the most inspiring & uplifting person I've ever met...! Her love for God, Husband, & Children were the focus in her life & her faith was stronger than anything man made in this world...! She not only praised him, but lived her life by the words see spoke. My Aunt never had a bad thing to say about anyone & never passed judgment. With her unique loving smile, she would embrace you with kind words & wisdom and send you on your way feeling loved & spiritually uplifted. Pure Motherly Love & Inspirational...! We will all miss her DEEPLY...! What a blessing to have such a wonderful Mother,Wife, Sister & role model.
Having lost my Mother many years ago, I still feel the void in my life. I always reflect on the legacy she left behind & the seed of Love she implanted in all of her Children's hearts. Occasional while working, I'll get a good thought from her as to let me know she's still there. So when it happens, I thank God for passing the message & letting me know my Mom is out there as my little Guardian Angel...! My sincere deepest sympathy to all of you & may God Bless through these difficult times...!
Mark, Robin, & Nick Maille
Mrs Maille was the hardest working woman on Dorset St. I remember her parking beside the road on a hot summer day and trudging across the field to take water or lunch to those who were haying. Our sympathies to all the Maille family. Jane and Bob Perry (former Dorset St. neighbors)
Aunt Cecile and Uncle Anthony Senna Family, cousins,so sorry,but know this you really never lose but gain an Angel! May the sweet Lord help you with this sudden passing, love to all, Love, Jeanne Marie and Donny
To the whole wonderful Maille family..What a gift you were given with her being the center of your family. May all the her talents,faith and love continue through all of you. I see her in all of you now. Love to you,
Sam and Pam Handy
To Joe and your entire family, we were very saddened to hear of Marguerites sudden passing. We had just met with her a few days before. All our prayers are for you and your family. She always spoke so highly of you all and it was easy to see you all were everything to her. Alan and Jean Ashe
To Uncle Joe, Jane, Jimmy, Joanne, Joyce, John, and family, we were so sorry to hear of your Mom. My prayer will go out to u and the family.We love u all.
To the Maille Family, may your hearts be lighten, I love Aunt so and think about her often, Now she is a special Angel in Heaven,keep the memories she left to you and carry her heart in your heart, She will always be with you!She was a beautiful soul and Heaven received a special Angel!
Father Philip, Uncle Joe, Jane,Jimmy, JoAnne, Joyce and John, so Sorry for your Lost and May Our Sweet Lord keep you all close, Love you All, Jeanne and Donny Cruickshanks
Your mother was such a joy and being around her was so uplifting.She will be greatly missed by us.Our prayers are with you as is our love.
David and Chris
I did not your Mom but I do know several of her children when they went to Shelburne Middle School. My prayers are with you and yours during this sad time of your life. May your memories be of help to all of you. Love, Mrs. R
To Uncle Joe, Jane, Jimmy, Joanne, Joyce, John, and family, we were so sorry to hear of your Mom. You are all in our thoughts, and prayers. Love to all of you. Diann & Steve Bean
Father Phil and Family,
Am so sorry for your loss. I know that Marguerite is enjoying her just reward in Heaven because of her faith. I will remember her in my prayers and masses.
Fr. Ronald E. Bonneau, C.Ss.R.
My prayers and kind thoughts to Marguerte's family. Marguerite was a good neighbor to all who lived on Dorset Street. My father Frank Blair helped the family restore her parents cattle barn after a wicked storm.
Blessings in Divine Providence,Sister Rose Ann Blair c.d.p.
To all the Maille family
We would like to extend our most sincere condolences and share with you something Mrs. Maille (always Mrs. Maille to us) told us many years ago and we still repeat it often. She said many of the young workers on the farm would work for 1 or 2 days and then quit...she would ask them why and they would always say they would wake up stiff and sore. To that she would say "I wake up stiff and sore every day, so, I go take a hot shower". To this day when anyone starts complaining of being sore or stiff due to a goods days work we tell them to go take a hot shower. She was a gentle soul and a wonderful lady and neighbor.Our prayers are with the family.
Alan and Chris Palmer
Joanne, John & Kathleen & family,I am so sorry to hear of your Mom's passing. I am thinking of all of you, hold tight to your memories.
Love & Hugs
Sue Rahmati & Family