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Lindsay W. Niles 1948 - 2019

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October 13, 2019
I am so sorry to hear about Lindsay's death. I have such fond memories of her laughter and her vibrancy. We met in the days of Dock Fore, when I was working there and playing basketball with Larry. I have always appreciated her friendship and was blessed to have had her in my life.
October 12, 2019
I am very sorry to hear of Lindsays passing. Ive known her most of my life as a family friend, and then as a coworker. She was hilarious, kind and welcoming. My thoughts are with her family and friends.
October 12, 2019
Sending my condolences to the Niles family, I was on the MHC Crew team with Lindsays daughter, Kelley, and remember her megawatt smile while cheering us girls on at our regattas. She held a positive energy about her that was infectious.
October 12, 2019
Lindsay Lu, as I called her, was a dear friend for over 25 years. We walked across France twice and Italy once. We shared wine, olives, wine, cheese, wine, bread, wine, and so much laughter. Lindsay Lu was full of life, love, and joy. I live in France now, for much of the year, in part at least due to her sharing her love of France with me. I am in France now, and I deeply regret not being able to attend her memorial. Since her death, any shared social events with friends here in France, have started with a toast to Lindsay. I like to think my dear friend somehow knows that she is remembered, and loved, here in France.
October 11, 2019
I'm rather at a loss for words about what to say. She was a candle, she was a dear J's Oyster Bar Friend ~ a "I can't wait to run into you again" kind of friend. Loss is never easy ~ inevitable, but never easy. However the saying is true, there is a blessing in that grief is realy but ... Love never dies. Takes courage. My thoughts are with you guys in this time of grief. much love ~ ~ Karmo Sanders
October 11, 2019
loved and admired her dearly...did the MOM thing together for years....joyfully !
October 11, 2019
Lindsay was our Lamaze Coach and was very dedicated and helpful to us and will be missed. Our thoughts are with her family at this time.
October 10, 2019
Larry and Family - I am sorry I will be away on Oct. 13th and not able to attend her service. I always think of both of you together. She was always smiling and cheerful and put up with all our Chi Psi nonsense. I hadn't realized she was such a world traveler and specialist on France. Quite a work career and it sounds like you raised a nice family and had many adventures. Marilyn and I are praying for you and know she is in a better place. Bert Kendall
October 10, 2019
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October 09, 2019
I adored starting my mornings at Small School with a greeting from Mrs. Niles, as she always was in the very best, most excited mood. I will never forget when the gingerbread man we made ran away in my kindergarten class, and she later received a letter with a photo of our gingerbread man on the Eiffel Tower. We just couldnt believe he ran all that way! Her playfulness and kindness truly impacted me so much while in grade school. My condolences to all of you, Mrs. Niles was an absolutely amazing human being.

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