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July 20, 2018

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April 15, 2016
To the Russo family,

I'm so sorry to hear of the passing of Mrs Russo. She was such a kind, warm and gentle woman. May she rest in peace and will always be an angel.

Laurel Caldwell Stewart
March 22, 2016
CC and Jacquelyn,

Jill and I are thinking of you and your family. Our heartfelt condolences on the loss of your Gram.
March 19, 2016
Jackie, thinking of you and your family during this difficult time. Big hugs.
March 19, 2016
As a very young child, I vividly recall the excitement in my house when we found out that my dashingly handsome and charming , Uncle Vincent, and his beautiful and gracious wife, Aunt Edie, were moving back to Massachusetts. My mother was so excited to have her big brother and sister-in-law back home. I was so excited to have new cousins to get to know and a new Aunt and Uncle in my life.

Aunt Edie and Uncle Vincent became a huge part of my childhood and gave me countless fond memories. Some of my best recollections are were when I got to go spend a week with them in Scituate during summers as a child. They opened up their homes and hearts to me and we had wonderful times at the beach, out of the boat, and just spending time on the porch at home. They even tolerated my bad habit of stealing all the olives out of the olive bowl before dinner. Sorry, Auntie. I just couldn't help myself.

As a child, I saw my Aunt as glamorous, beautiful, kind and always smiling. As a woman, I realized she was all those things and so much more. Her inner strength, power and ability to maintain a sense of serenity during difficult times were qualities I greatly admired and respected in her. She was a role model in every sense of the word.

As much as I am saddened by her passing, I know what a painful loss this is to her beloved family. My thoughts are with you all during this very sad time.

My deepest condolences,
Susan Del Signore