“Bill and I join with the many sending their heartfelt love and prayers to all of you at this most difficult time. Knowing she is with God is little solace to those left behind, but as we as friends see her as so loving and kind, it must have been remarkable living with her. I recall the first parent conference when I had Karen, and I could scarcely understand Tona, and the trips to Europe that Chris talked about, and Ted's fantastic 8th grade monologue driving a car, and how difficult it was...
“To Ted and Family, So sorry to hear of your loss. May the many good memories be a comfort to you and your family.
“To the Ocana Family,
I am sorry to hear of Mrs. Ocana's passing. I have many fond memories from our early years on The Big Narrows and have enjoyed "catching up" when seeing her around town, while back at home. May your memories keep her close in heart. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
“To the Ocana family,
We are so sadden to hear of Tona's passing. She was a special, loving, and caring woman. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. God bless you with wonderful memories.
“To the OCANA Family,
So sorry to read of Tona's passing.To you and your family, know that my memories of her over the years will be with me forever.She was a dear friend and neighbor. God Bless you all.
“Dr. Ocana and family,
I am so sad to learn about the death of Tona. What a lovely lady she was.
My thoughts and prayers are with you.
“To the Ocana Family
You are in my thoughts and prayers as you grieve the loss your dear Tona. She was a beautiful faith-fillled lady, one to be admired.
“Christine, Karen, Teddy and Emilio....I am very sorry for your loss. Tona was a wonderful woman. You are in my thoughts.
“Dear Ocana Family,
I am so sorry to hear of your wife/mother's passing. I remember her and you fondly and the times we spent together as children. I wish all of you comfort in knowing she was a well loved person. May the memories that make you smile give you some healing.
Subscribe & Get Updates
Get email updates about Antonia Ocaña delivered directly to your inbox.
LINCOLN - Antonia Lozano Van de Walle de Ocaña, 76, suffered a massive stroke Nov. 21, 2012, and died surrounded by her loving family at Penobscot Valley Hospital. She was born Nov. 28, 1935, in Santa Cruz de La Palma, Canary Islands, Spain.Everyone who knew Antonia "Tona" would agree...Read More