I have always been moved by her constant faith and her trust in the Lord. I am doubly blessed, having the great honor of being present at both of my parent's passing. I am very happy and at peace knowing that she is with her Creator, with her Savior, with the company of the angels, and with her beloved Mickey. Of course, I am just going to miss her with all my heart and strength and soul. Thank you to everyone who has been there for me through this, another death. So many of you honored my mother with your presence at her wake and funeral. I appreciate you more than you could ever know. My mother loved each and every one of you. May she rest in peace, my dear sweet mom. I will see you and dad again one day. Love, Your "Bundle of Joy"
I am so thankful to God that He gave me LaVonne Farrell as my mother on earth. Any of you that had the privilege of knowing my mother knew that she was the sweetest, kindest, most loving, giving, holy, spiritual, forgiving, honest, humblest, joyful, peaceful, comforting, self-sacrificing woman that we have ever known. I am so thankful for her example of what a marriage should be, motherhood, giving of oneself, sacrifice. I am blessed that I was able to be with her when she passed as I was with my dad. And I am richly blessed having been raised by such a remarkable woman. For all of you who knew my mother please know that she loves you with all her heart and she is probably praying for you still. I love you my sweet, sweet mom! Thank you mom for giving to the Lord. You changed our lives and our hearts. I love you mom so much. I am so glad you are in Paradise, dancing with dad and praising God with all the angels and saints in Heaven. I will honor you always as my dear mother by doing my best each day to make you proud and living my life as an example as you did. Until we see each other again, rest in peace with our Lord and the angels, my sweet mother. I love you!
My, what a marvelous lady! As sweet, kind and gentle a soul as we have ever met. We will remember her well, and miss her forever.
May 24th listing to my dearest mom is from your daughter Mary Jo
Dearest mom, You alway's knew how much I loved you and I knew how much you loved me as well. You taught me everything a mom should teach her child, and I will alway's remember everything. I alway's tried to make you and dad proud and will continue to as long as I live. My heart is so heavy but I am also at peace knowing you are in heaven with God,Jesus,his holy mother Mary and our sweet dad....Thank you God for alowing me so much time with them. I will be eternally gratefull.......Until we meet again. I love you
I love you Mom and I miss you very much! I am so happy you and Dad are together!
I remember Lavonne always making God a priority in her life. She was a good example to all of us. I remember her taking me and Mary Therese to church when we were kids. I often admired her love for Jesus. I know she has a high place in heaven.
Mom you were a true angel who was put on this earth to love and raise us as much as you did. You taught me the real meaning of devotion by taking care of me through my life. I am so blessed to have been able to give you back that devotion. I Love You and I will miss you forever!! With all my love.
She was a very rare individual that showed everyone (especially me) what true love and compassion means. She would always make a point to tell me that she was praying for me to find true happiness, and she could make you feel like the most important person in the world. I have no words to describe the depth of the love I feel for her.
Everyone has one person that they want to copy with their lives. I want to be just like you, Mom. You are my hero. Please pray for me.
Your loving and devoted son,
Lavonne was a wonderful person, so loving and caring to everyone. God has welcomed a glorious soul to his home.
I've never met a lady so kind & sweet, one that always made me feel so complete. When she was around you, she made you feel so lovely, and even @ 80, she was so bubbly. Her eyes & her smile would light up a room, & your next visit with her was never too soon! She was so kind with such a big heart, & when she walked in, the room would part. She was a great lady, wife & an even better mother, like her, there was no other.
I feel blessed to have known her & been a part of her "family", because without her & her kids I'd never have known what a real family was like!
Lavonne, you are loved deeply & will be missed as much as you were loved! GOD BLESS YOU & YOURS! I LOVE YOU ALL!
I have known LaVonne for over 25 years. She had one of the sweetest souls I have ever known. I loved seeing her at parties sitting there and dancing I her chair. I love this family. Please know I am praying for you all. All my love.
Dearest LaVonne, We shall so much miss you and your radiant faith. Though we thousands of miles away, we shall be with you in spirit and in the unity of prayer at St Mary the Virgin on Friday morning. May Christ fold you in his arms, and may you rest there in everlasting peace.
Fr Allan and Jose
LaVonne was a very loving parent to daughters Mary J,Mary T and Mary k and son Mickey. May she rest in peace with her husband and the Lord who she loved dearly.
I was 12 when LaVonne opened my eyes to God. Myself and other kids would gather in her livingroom to pray the rosary and have cookies. :) she took me to church and walked me through babtism. Her kindness, words, and love shaped the beginning of who I am spiritually and I will forever be thankful that our paths crossed.
I remember LaVonne being so kind and welcoming to me and my son every time we celebrated a birthday or a big game with her family over some delicious barbecue! She always had a kind word to offer and a gentle spirit. She is missed.
LaVonne was such a beauitful and amazing woman with the sweetest heart You could not help but feel like a million dollars just by be around her May God wrap his arms around all of you as you go though this diffcult time
LoVonne please take care of my angels for me
I am so sorry for your loss. LaVonne had such a kind and beautiful soul. I will miss her. - Marlis White Wadley