“dick/mildred are some of the fondest memories don has of the years as amember of the rush family.we truly enjoyed the fun family and generaly the warmest feeling we got with the family in both firstname.lastname@example.org memories of mildred are wide,from baked goods,love of camp,family history,and her insightful version of things email@example.com love isto be remembered by me forever.GOD LOVES YA!
“don w tuck/judith sheehan[judith rush sheehan ofbangor me.][deceased]now remaried don/cynthia rodham tuck@38shannonmarie way easton ma.02356
“Dear Grammy – During one of our last conversations you encouraged me to love and to surround myself with dear family and friends. I thought you would like the following,
“How do you recover from an extraordinary loss? Take stock of the loved ones around you. Hug them, love them, and cherish them. When you appreciate the joys in your life, it makes sorrow that much easier to swallow”
I loved being with you… while you sewed or baked, with you and Grampy up at the Lake or...
“Jeff, Doug, and David,
So sorry to hear of the passing of your mother. May you find comfort in your memories, and know that she is in a better place with your Dad.
“David, Doug and Jeff, I am so sorry for your loss. Your Mom was a wonderful woman whom I will always remember with a smile in my heart. She really made the world a better place!
“Dear Susan and Becky,
I am so very sorry for your loss.
I have some lovely memories of her visiting with you both in Cambridge when Becky was a little girl.
I can remember seeing Susan in the beautifully made clothes that Mildred made for her. Susan was always so proud to share with everyone that her mother was an amazing seamstress.
I know how much Mildred meant to you as a mother and a grand-daughter.
I know that you made many efforts throughout the years and...
“My sincere condolences go out to Mildred's family. She was one of the sweetest women I ever cared for. She was a great conversationalist and I always loved hearing her stories of different things throughout her life,a very intellegent, knowledgable and interesting woman for sure. Mildred and I became quite close in the 3 year's that I was her caregiver and I had absolutely the utmost respect for her. You will always be in my heart and mind Mildred and I miss you terribly already. You were...
“Dear Susan, David, Doug and Jeff,
I'm so sorry to hear of the passing of your mother..may she rest in peace and be welcomed into the arms of those gone before her. Will always remember you with fondness. Rest in peace Aunt Mildred.
Your Niece Linda..
“Dave,Jeff and Doug, So sorry to hear of your Mom's passing.
MILLINOCKET - Mildred (Wheaton) Rush, 94, beloved wife of Richard "Dick" Rush passed away Jan. 28, 2013, at Cummings Health Care, Howland. She was born Sept. 20, 1918, to Beulah (Spenser) and Harry Wheaton. She was the fourth eldest of 10 children.Mildred graduated from Stearns High...Read More