To the Family of Mr. Worzel: To Kathy, Len, Matthew and all of your extended family: Our thoughts and Prayers are with you at this very difficult time. We are honored that he served in WW2 and are grateful for his service...we know how proud you all are of him and the long legacy he left you! With Love, John and Betsy DelSanto
Your Robert "Bobby" was a great person and always made me laugh. We went to school way back. I am saddened to hear of his passing. He was one of the people " you never forget." My prayers and condolences from afar.
Fran and I would like to express our deepest sorrow in Bob’s passing. Bob was a member of our senior league baseball team and Bob was in our wedding party. Bob was a good man and will be missed by his family and friends.
Dear Heter family,
I first met June last fall when I worked with her to reduce her cat population, but it was a wonderful trip in time. Her memories of Florida and of my mother -in-law, Joan were so touching for me.
I am sorry for the space in your lives that will be left empty. I know the feeling.
Sincerely, Jill Gardner Wojtaszek
We were very saddened to hear of Olga’s passing. We send our sincere condolences to the family. May our caring God support you during this difficult time. Her last days were difficult and we are happy that she is at peace now, out of pain, and with the Lord.
The world is left with an empty space and we pray that your memories of her will comfort you, always.
Best Regards to the entire extended O’Grodnick family from,
Dearest Debbie, Joanne, Ed and Family,
Our deepest sympathy to you and your loved ones at this time of great loss of your beloved Mom, our precious friend Fannie.
Fannie was loved by all who knew her and will be missed.
May our thoughts and prayers be a comfort to you.
May God Bless you all.
Irene & Tom Sexton and Family
To Clara and Family,
Impossible to write how all will miss Jim. From Sullivan Ave. School to high school, 1957, and meeting at different sporting events, reunions Jim was important to the spirit of things--always a good guy. He (and you) always stepped up to the plate, and played out well what was dealt you and the cards you decided to select. With admiration--Ed Mack
Mrs Williamson, Bobby and Bud I am so sorry for you loss. I will always have fond memories of Mr. Williamson. With our deepest sympathy. Your family is in our prayers.
Donna Runnalls-Grippo and family.
Bill, Nancy & Kathy-So sorry to hear of your mom’s passing. She was a lovely person. . My thought & prayers are with you. I lost my husband Dick in June 2015 so I know what you are feeling. Sincerely, Eppie Harford
I had the distinct honor and pleasure to get to know Harriet over the course of the last months. She was a tower of faith and an example to us all. She never complained; she was grateful for all the time her Lord had given her, and was not afraid to die. We spent many times reading Scripture and praying, thanking God for all the blessings of her life. Even in pain, Harriet continued to have faith and love for God.
I will remember Harriet always with great fondness. God grant her eternal peace. May her husband and children be strengthened by their faith in the resurrection that Harriet is now at peace and with her Lord.
The Rev. Patt Kauffman
Bon Secours Health System, Inc.
I would like to extend to you my sincere sorrow for the loss of Annie. I feel deeply blessed that I had the opportunity to meet such a wonderful kind hearted women. She holds a special place in my heart . Many blessings to the family at this time.
Donna M. Klein | Patient Servces
Crystal Run Healthcare
155 Crystal Run Road | Middletown, NY 10941
My sincere condolences to Candace and family.
I will always remember Mr. Rombousek as an upbeat individual and great teacher. How could any of his students forget his definition of Democracy...'Freedom with Responsibility'; he must have said that every day in all his history classes. I know he was loved by Minisinks' Class of 1971.
Eternal rest grant unto him, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon him. May he rest in peace.
Liat Space Purpura, Naperville, Illinois
To the family of Ann Marie Catalano:
I extend my deepest condolences. I can only imagine the sorrow you must feel, as my own heart is broken; I will miss Annie so much. She was an inspiration to all of us and I told her many times she was my “hero” for her inner strength, her optimism, her moxie and most of all, her loving nature. It is difficult to accept the fact I won’t hear her voice and encouraging words again, except in my heart – where she will forever remain special.
Denim or Lace