Dudley North

In memory of Dudley North, my loving husband of almost fifty-five years. He devoted his life to his two sons, seven grandchildren and two great grandchildren. We all miss him and the influence he had on our lives. He is now at peace with our loving savior and we’ll never forget him. 

Harold John Foley

In loving memory of our Dad and Grandpa, Harold John Foley. His beautiful spirit lives on in his grandchildren, Janna, Skye, Sean, Kari, Kate, Ryan and Aiden. 

Anonymous

Dear Meg (and Mary),We want to express our desepet sympathy to you both on the loss of your dear dad (husband). We remember how he loved his trains and what a fantastic train layout you have. His face just lit up when he talked about the brass trains he designed. I’m sure your Christian faith is a comfort to you as you remember so many verses in the Bible reminding you that we will some day see our loved ones again .1 Cor. 15:20-28 Love, Paul & Shirley

Loretta Smith

"What we have once enjoyed we can never lose. All that we love deeply becomes a part of us." Helen Keller

May wonderful memories of Loretta help to bring a smile to your face.

The Confusione Family

Charlotte Suntag

Isle of View

Joanne Searle

Mary Kiely

My mother, Mary Kiely, was a former visiting nurse (10 years) in the 1930’s - always spoke fondly of her experiences! Very interesting!!

Albert Kamine

Al,

May you sleep in peace - we will miss you.

Love,

Fern, Hal, Jodie, Ilene

Millie Tintle

Millie, we had fifty-two wonderful years. With love, Don.

Three wonderful children: Donna Lynn, Lori Ann, Cary Lee

Rita Toale

Always will remember Rita with love.