Condolence & Memory Journal

Susan and I were so sorry to hear of you moms passing. She always had that beautiful smile when we'd visit our mother (Doris) at Beaumont. We've been keeping you in our thoughts and prayers. Hope to see you again someday. Susan & Sandra

Posted by Sandra Larue - worcester, MA - Friend   April 18, 2017

Dear Marilyn. It is with deepest sympathy that I write this. I know the pain you are all suffering. I do think it is harder loosing a parent who has been with you so long. They become your life. I unfortunate will not be able to attend the burial of your mom due to previous plans I have been committed to I however will be thinking of you and your siblings, Dicky, Dona, Peggy, Patsy, Joey and Peter. Your mom was such a nice beautiful lady, nice smile, and always so nice to me. Marilyn I will think of your mom every time I go to Scales, remembering our lunch outing. She had a lobster sandwich. That was a nice afternoon to me as I had not seen her in some time. I love you Marilyn and so glad you have been a part of my life since, well, birth almost. Again, deepest sympathy to all of you. Love Paula

Posted by Paula Bilodeau - MA   April 17, 2017

I was so sorry to hear that your Mom passed away. I will always remember visiting my mother on Sunday nights at dinner time and getting to know you and your mother. May she rest in peace.

Posted by Trish (Ida's daughter)    April 15, 2017

My thoughts will be with all of you as you lay your beautiful mother to rest on Monday. I will think of her as smiling and so sweet always. You all took such good care of her. It was very impressive. Godspeed Margaret. Love, Annemarie McNeil

Posted by A friend   April 15, 2017


My dear Margaret you will always be in my Heart. Your children had the best mother and you all are a part of her. The Heaven gained a beautiful Angel with a big smile . Love you Margaret Lorraine.

Posted by Lorraine Hartmann - Whitinsville, MA   April 14, 2017

Pete and Barbara our hearts are heavy to hear of the passing of Margaret. The first time I met her was in 1982, my father introduced me to her at Standard yarn and she was warm and kind. A great worker and a strong believer in workers union rights.
When I started on the Turnpike I discovered that that woman was Petes mother. I noticed how much Pete loved her and I could clearly see why. Even though you had her for a long time, good people like her you can't get enough of . I hope your memories get you through the tough times and you thank God for her being in your life.
Joe and Di Chaput.

Posted by Joe Chaput - Hopedale, MA   April 14, 2017

Please accept my deepest sympathies.

Posted by James Pye - Worcester/Northbridge, MA   April 14, 2017

My condolences to Margaret's children, who were a large part of my childhood. My thoughts are with you.

Posted by Ken Trajanowski    April 14, 2017

I will always remember having tea with Mama at the kitchen table on Atwood Ave. Such a beautiful lady

Posted by Ramona Lachapelle - Douglas, MA - Family Friend   April 13, 2017