As sons of the youngest Verville brother living in NH, we did not see the McCarthy cousins as often we would have liked but have fond memories of Kay and her brothers John & Martin. Kay was a wonderful ambassador for education and sports so her impact on generations around greater Lowell was tremendous. The John (Jack) Verville family sends our condolences to Alice & Ellen & families as we are thinking of you at this sad time.
We were very sorry to hear of Kay's passing away. You will always have good memories of her in your heart. You were a wonderful sister to her, Alice. Please accept our sympathies. Marilyn and Helen
Ellen and Alice, Distance prohibits my presence to share with you personally at this time of Kay´s death. I have known Kay for many years. The last time
I saw her was when I was in the states and she had recently made the decision to enter the convalescent home. We had a great visit. I always admired Kay for her goodness, positive energy,
and love of sports. What I so admired when I saw her was the manner in which she accepted the move from her home to the limited space of the nursing home. She was one great woman who lives on in my heart. Lovingly,
We were saddened to learn of Kays' passing. Our condolences to you Alice.
You were given this life, because you were strong enough to live it!
Alice, we are very sorry to hear of Kay's death. The last 6 months have been a series of passings. Hopefully Kay is at peace and you are well. Our condolences. Jim Dadoly