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1911 - 2016 Obituary Condolences
Ernest F. Stokes Obituary
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July 19, 2018

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October 12, 2016
Jerry,
Please accept my sincerest condolences on the death of your Dad. WOW, he sure lived a very long life! Amazing! You are in my thoughts and prayers. Anne
October 8, 2016
I forgot to include in my Condolence comments in behalf of the Crawford Cousins, that Uncle Ernie lived for 105 Years and almost 2 months.
Paul Crawford
October 7, 2016
Ernest Stokes is our uncle Ernie who was married to Edith Evely Belbin (our Aunt Ev Stokes) who was our deceased mother Dorothea (Dot to most) Crawford's (nee Belbin) younger sister. Our memories of Uncle Ernie, Aunt Ev, and our Cousins Patsy (deceased), Ernie Jr, Calvin Kenneth (Kenny), Teddy, Susan Agnew, Pam Trunca and Jerry go way back. The Stokes family was most known as a Lexington, MA family. We are not saddened by Uncle Ernie's death as it occurred because he knew it was his time and he was ready in mind & spirit. He ignored his bad situation which included blindness, lack of use of his legs and extreme deafness for more than 10-years but his mind remained sharp to the end and he retained his humor, and humanity thanks to the care he received at Greenbriar Terrace in Nashua, NH. His last words to the staff when they offered him oxygen on the evening of his death, were "No oxygen, can't you see that I am dying?" His mind was clear and focused and he passed on his own terms. May God Bless him and we are sure that he will be tending the magnificent Lily Gardens in Heaven with the help of Aunt Ev. With Condolences to our Stokes Cousins and their families from The Crawford Family; Paul, Dolores (Dee), Wilfred (Bill), Howard, Sue, Terry and Bernadette (bernie).