May you rest in eternal peace.
My deepest sympathy to the Desrochers family.
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In Memory of you Dad
September 30, 1921 ~ September 30, 2013
I will always remember in days gone by, ho quickly the time passed by. There are many memories I have
of him, some very happy and some were blue. In my mind I look back and remember how I can still see
him running and leaping over fences.
The sound of a skill saw will always awaken the memory of how he loved carpentry, building things small
He was always willing to teach people his trade, that brought him pleasure and pride in those days.
As a young child one of the most happiest times was when we went to Crystal lake, the picnics, and
the good food he did make. The clanging of horseshoes ring in my ears, how he enjoyed to compete.
You were a hard worker Dad, a worker at heart, there was no idle time for you from the start.
In your old age, you wouldn't quit, volunteering your time, you just wouldn't sit.
The smiles of your friends are imprinted in my mind, that humor of your the they loved to the end.
You taught us to work with the ferver you had, a good worker is one who is glad.
My heart holds fond and loving memories of you, and our special times.
In the nursing home weary as you were, you continued in prayer, devotion of Divine Mercy, leading
a group of 8 to 25 people.
You are gone from us now, to your Heavenly home,i am left with memories alone.
I see life like a rose, blue memories are the thorns, as I reflect on those happy memories I see
Thank you Dad for all you've done for me, I know you are resting in the presence of the Prince of Peace.
My prayers are with you and your family sis Jeanne.
To live in hearts we leave behind is not to die.God blessyou xo
Roland, you are in heaven, I can see you dancing on God's streets, with that wonderful smile! My heart is happy for you & I'm looking forward to seeing you again, when God bids me Home!
My love to you, Jeanne & your family!
My heart & prayers are with you. So sorry for your loss. May he rest in peace in the arms of Jesus.
For Jeanne and Family
Can You Imagine
Can you imagine how it will be?
The thought is truly overwhelming to me,
When up in Glory the Saints I will meet
Bowing before Jesus at the Holy Seat
There will be Moses, Peter, Elijah too
Mom, Dad, and Sis, just to mention a few
The heavenly sound, I'll join in and sing
Praise and worship to the King of Kings
The thought is truly overwhelming to me
Can you imagine how it will be
God bless your family with His peace and comfort you.
May God bless your family during this time of sorrow, Roland will be sorely missed.
My deepest sympathy Jeanne, to you and your family. It is comforting to know that he is with The Lord right now, and also walking with Angels.
In My Pocket
I have memories in my pocket.
They rattle among the change.
My memories of you are treasures I carry wherever I go.
They are stored in bits and pieces, parts of a beautiful whole
They give me comfort when I think I am alone.
Yes, I have memories in my pocket, like so much other stuff I keep there.
But of all the treasures I have, it's the memories of you that are the most precious.
By Lamaretta Simmons
My mother, Mrs. Chin Gin Lee, my brother, Jimmy Lee, my sisters, Jackie Lee & Anna Lee and I send our condolences on your loss. Roland was a lifelong friend to the Lee family and godfather to us. He taught Jimmy basic carpentry skills. We will greatly miss Roland's humor and cheerful outlook. Our prayers are with you.
Our deepest sympathy,
Mary (Lee) Ng, Hartsdale, NY
Jacqueline Lee, East Norriton, PA
Anna Lee, Dracut, MA
Jimmy Lee, Dracut, MA
Chin Gin Lee, Lowell, MA
To the Desrochers Family,
It s with my deepest sympathies as you say farewell to the last of my dad's generation. I have fond childhood memories of Sunday afternoons with Uncle Roland and Louise going to motorcycle races, lunch at restaurants, dinners at Memere's and more. It is with deep regret that I am unable to attend his funeral on Friday. Please know that you are all in my thoughts.
Peace and Love,
My mother, Jeanne St. Cyr, and my husband and I offer you our deepest sympathy for your loss. Your Dad was a good friend of my mother's over the years. She kept in touch with him after she moved to Vermont and always enjoyed his presence. She met him at the Shrine which is a place dear to her also. Please know you are in our thoughts and prayers. Jeanne, Claire and Gerry
I will miss you, you were responsible for the greatest gift in my life.
The birth of your daughter Louise, she has made me the happiest person on earth, and through our 33 years of marriage she has made me a better person. She loved you very much and there will forever be a hole in her heart with your passing.
Thank you for your daughter and thank you for the lessons in carpentry. Rest in Peace
You always meant the world to me. I will always have so many wonderful memories of the great times as a child. I still miss having you over for dinner, I know you loved that very much. There are many good things to say, most of all Dad, Thank You for just being there and your love. You will forever be in my heart...Always,
Love and Prayers,