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July 21, 2018

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July 8, 2015
Doris and family,
We are very sorry for your loss and thinking of you during this sad and difficult time.

With love and prayers,
Patty (Tessier) Fecteau & family
July 5, 2015
Doris,
So sorry to hear of your husband's passing. Know that you are both in God's loving arms!!
July 3, 2015
I worked with Charlie for many years before I discovered that he was fond of telling stories. Once, he related to me how he used to bring a lunch pail of fish and chips to his dear aunt every Friday at the woolen factory where she worked. The noise was deafening and the floors were slick with lanolin. I could imagine the smell, the noise, the dust, and ever-devoted Charlie slipping and sliding across the wooden floors to make the delivery.

Later he related how he and his wife were married in a convent of nuns by a monk with bare toes sticking out from under his robes, before all assembled--the monk, the nuns, the witnesses, and the newlyweds--sat down to enjoy a steak dinner. I commented how that sounded really nice. And he leaned back and replied wistfully, "It was."

Charlie had a raconteur's gift and not only that, he spoke French with a perfect French accent!

I will remember him well.

Je vous prie de bien vouloir accepter mes sincères condoléances.
July 2, 2015
Dear O'Connell family,
My sincere condolences to all of you on the loss of your husband and father. I wish you all peace and comfort in the days ahead.