I was so sorry for the loss of Tillie. She was such a vibrant person growing up. I hated to miss her final goodbye, but family activities necessitated my attention elsewhere. Sincerely, Carlene Terry Markham
To my sweet friend I wish Godspeed. I cherish my visit with you in Arlington a couple of years ago. Our prayers go out to your loving family, We shared many good times at SHS and after. You will be missed by all who knew you and were loved by so many. Barbara Alexander
Your mother was one of my coworkers at Alcon. I'm sorry for your loss, but I'm certain that there are many happy memories of her that will help you fill the void she leaves.
Dear McDonald girls. I am so sorry that I just learned today of Tillie's passing.
We passed the house on our walks and occasionally saw her and had a quick chat. We still live in our same house in the old neighborhood. We send our condolences to you girls. Margaret and Myron Jones and family on Wellington Ct.
I knew Tillie from the first grade on to high school graduation in Stamford. She was such a beautiful hoot -- always kidding and laughing about something. I will never forget her attendance at my wild, surprise 50th birthday party in Dallas back in 1985. There was no one like her for her brains and her sense of humor which could range from light to black. Ron Calhoun, Austin, Tex.
I thought the same thing about Tillie's photo, she looks just like her mother did. Dr. Metz delivered me in Stamford in 1940 and was our family doctor for years. Mother and Daddy thought Dr. Metz was the best doctor around. Tillie and Judy handed down one of their bicycles to me, what a treasure that was. I can still remember the wallpaper on Tillie's bedroom in the big house on E. Reynolds St. in Stamford, such beautiful memories....Deepest sympathy to the family.
Tillie always made me feel at home every time I visited. She will be missed.
We have good memories of times shared in high school and at the exes' reunions. Leon and I send our thoughts to sister, Judy, and all Tillie's family. Leon and Barbara Billington
Taking the time to light a candle in memory of Tillie!
Please accept my deepest sympathy and condolence in the loss of Tillie, your loved one. She was a classmate of mine in Stamford, TX throughout school. Your loss is Heaven's gain. She was a joy to know and will be sorely missed. She looks just like her Mother in the above photo.
Dear Kathy and family,
Please accept my deepest sympathy for your loss and know that God will wrap his arms around you during this difficult time. May she rest in peace.