My Thoughts and Prayers are with the Family. So sorry to hear about Deanna's death.
Thank you, everyone, for all of the wonderful comments about Deanna. It is true that she will be greatly missed by all of us but we are confident that she is celebrating in heaven with our Lord and we will be reunited with her someday.
Meredith and I were so sorry to hear of your wife and mother's passing she was one of our classmates and friends when we were at CFHS hope your memories will be great for all the years you had together
Gil and family,
We were so sorry to hear of Deanna's passing. Please accept our sincere condolences. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Gil -- So sorry to hear about Deanna. Our deepest sympathy to you and your family. Our prayers are with you.
Praying that God gives the family peace & comfort during their time of loss. I had the pleasure of meeting her at the 50th class reunion & I could see why she was so loved. A time I will keep close to my heart. I will cherish the cards & letters she had sent me. My mom Lois Fraley Young still has the pic I took of them in front of the motel. I know that God will heal the brokenhearted. He will be opening the gates of heaven with a grateful heart.
So glad for our visit at the CFHS reunion. I will always remember how pretty she was, her smile and her kindness. My sympathy to her family. Joyce Malles-Huff.
Our thoughts & prayers go out to family & friends of Deanna. I will miss my ole classmate. She was a beautiful person inside & out. She will be greatly missed by all. May God comfort the family during their time of grief.
My deepest sympathy to Deanna's family. The Liparis were neighbors and friends growing up in Ameagle. Jenny, Joan, Deanna and I went to church and school together and were friends. I was so sorry to hear of her death. She was such a pretty girl and was still pretty when I saw her at the last reunion she attended. I pray the time will soon come when you can enjoy your precious memories of her without suffering the pain of your loss. Carol Williams Kennedy, Laurens, South Carolina
I met Deanna at two CFHS reunions. On both occasions she talked with me as if we had known each other always. The family has my utmost sympathy at this trying time.
Gil and family,
Deanna was my dearest friend in class of '56 at Clear Fork High School . So glad that we reconnected after forty eight years. I will cherish the time we were able to spend together and I will miss the long talks of reminiscing . You are in my thoughts and prayers. May your love and memories comfort you.
Carol Wiseman Thompson
Gil and Family,
My sympathy and prayers are with you. Deanna was my dearest friend in class of '56 at Clear Fork High school in West Virginia. So glad that we were able to reconnect after forty eight years. I will miss our long talks reminiscing of our life together. I will cherish those times. May you draw comfort from your love and memories that you shared.
Carol Wiseman Thompson
Dear Anthony and Cindy:
So very sorry to hear about your mother's passing! May God's love help you in the days that lay ahead. May your memories of her assist you!
I remember Deanna going to Clear Fork High School, I always thought she was just one of the prettiest majoretts !!
Such a pretty girl ! God Bless each of you !
Mrs. Bertoldi was always so kind to me. Anthony and us friends were at the house quite often. I had many dinners she cooked and enjoyed them with the whole family. She let us practice with our band in the garage. I'm sure that was loud and a bit irritating for her. I remember the lime kool-aid and balonga sandwiches she made us for lunch. She was very kind and motherly. As I was a young boy at the time, having adults in addition to my parents that were caring and kind helped me along my way. I remember the last time I saw her was at high school graduation. She commented on how much we - Anthony and friends - had all grown. She, and all of our parents from those days, were part of our upbringing. May the good Lord bless her and her family. I hope that Mr. Bertoldi, Chris, Anthony and Alicia may find peace in their time of sorrow.
Gil -- I am so sorry to hear about your wife. I never knew her, but I just remember all the "good" times we had going to Fresno (108 degrees every day), Merced, and everybody's favorite: Lodi. (CCR, "Stuck in Lodi Again"). I hope your family will be a great comfort to you. My best wishes to you and your family, Rich Haavisto