Pat, Marcia, and family,
Our deepest condolences to you and your family for your loss.
You are in our thoughst and prayers.
The Turcotte FamilyPosted: 08/26/2010 by The Turcotte Family of East Taunton, MA, US
My deepest sympathy to the Galipeau Family and to
Mary's family, the Stagers ,in the sudden death of Mary. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this time.
Posted: 08/26/2010 by Mary Jane(Healy)Ducharme of New Bedford, MA, Bristol
My heart goes out to you and your family at this difficult time. I am so sorry to hear of your Mom's passing. I trust the love of family and friends will see you through this sad time.
KarenPosted: 08/25/2010 by Karen MacMurray of Somerville, MA,
I just wanted to say how very sorry I was to learn of Mary's sudden passing. My thoughts and prayers are with her family.Posted: 08/25/2010 by Lynne Johnson of Wareham, MA, USA
I came to know Mary as a client in her years with Baldwin Brothers. We always enjoyed a ride in her convertible and hearing stories about her grandchildren when we visited the team in Marion. I wish you peace, comfort and many happy memories.
Barbara Wiedenman Posted: 08/25/2010 by Barbara Wiedenman of Winchester, MA,
Ann-Marie,Jim, Peter and Marcia this was given to me when my father died by one of his neighbors and I share it with you, his grandchildren as one of his children join him and nanny: "And after you have mourned awhile; And grief's deep rut hath worn away; Recall my foolish jokes and smile; For I would have my memory gay; Think of me in my happiest mood; And speak of me as I were nigh; And feel that I am with you still; As in the days gone by."Posted: 08/25/2010 by Jim Stager of Reading, MA, USA
To my best friend Marcia, her father Mr.Galipeau, Ann-Marie,Jimmy and Peter. It was a privilege spending so much time at your house growing up. Your mom always welcomed me in even if it was the 7th day in a row I was there to see Marcia. Mrs. Galipeau was such a strong role model. She demonstrated strength, love, commitment and dedication to her husband,children and family. I see those same qualities in my friend. May all of you find peace in knowing your wife and mother is at peace. I will miss her and look forward to seeing her again in heaven. Love, ChristinePosted: 08/24/2010 by Christine Oliveira and family of Dartmouth, MA,
George, Ann-Marie, Jimmy, Peter and Marcia,
I am so sorry for your loss and I think of you often and the pain you must be feeling. Mary was such a warm and loving person and someone I will always refer to as my sister-in-law and my friend. We joked that we would always be sister-in-laws. I wish that I could be with you at this time, but please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at the sorrowful time.
Posted: 08/24/2010 by Jan Commodore of Potomac, Maryland, USA
I am very sorry for your loss. Mary was my client while she was at Baldwin Brothers, and I enjoyed hearing her voice and chatting about our families. She will me missed, and she will be in my thoughts and prayers.
Michael PorcoPosted: 08/24/2010 by Michael Porco of Bristol, RI, USA
Uncle George, Ann Marie, Jimmy, Peter, Marcia and families,
We are so sorry to hear of Aunt Mary's unexpected passing. We hope that all your wonderful memories will bring you comfort and console in your time of great sadness. We will miss her.
With love and sympathy,
Marlene, Chris, Jordan, Dylan and EthanPosted: 08/24/2010 by Marlene Stager of Lagrangeville, New York, USA
It was always a delight to work with Mary and benefit from her most helpful disposition. We extend our deepest sympathies to you, her familiy and all her other acquaintences who mourn at this time. Peace to us all. Posted: 08/24/2010 by Jonathan, Stephanie and Fred Warburg of Boston, MA,
She taught me many things- right now I wish she had taught me how to let her go.
It dawns on me that her life was all about helping me with life and love and all of her loves that came after me.
I was her first, her trial and error. I was the one that prepared her to be a mom and grandmother, the first step of many. Its not conceit on my part, its just the realization of her first born who always thought "its not fair why are you so tough on me?"
We had to summarize her life in a few paragraphs to tell strangers, friends and family who she was... 65 years is a lot to summarize for the newspaper. It irks me that I can't write endlessly about all she did and accomplished.
Mary was a daughter, sister, friend, aunt, wife, mother , grandmother, artist and finally the person everyone said was taken from us to soon.
I love you and miss you Mom.
Posted: 08/24/2010 by Mary's Daughter of middleboro, ma, 183
To Mary's family,
Mary will be greatly missed by all of us at Knit Lit. I always enjoyed talking with her and admiring her knitting, listening to how much she enjoyed her family.
She will be greatly missed. How very much we need to treasure each day!
Pat CashmorePosted: 08/23/2010 by Patricia Cashmore of South Dartmouth, MA, USA
Dear George and family:
I was so sorry to hear about Mary's passing. She so loved her family and especially her Grandchildren.
May you all find some peace in your memories of Mary.
Posted: 08/23/2010 by Margot Warner of Santa Fe, NM,
I have always loved Mary and think God needed a new Angel in a hurry and that is why He took her so quickly.
MY heart goes out to George and her children and her beloved grandchildren. Aunt ClairePosted: 08/23/2010 by Claire T. Carney of So.Dartmouth, Ma. , USA
To Mary's dear Family:
Len and I offer our sincerest sympathy to all of you. May all your precious and happy memories help you through this very very difficult time. Be sure that she is looking down on you,watching over all of you and sending kisses to her prsious Grandchildren.Posted: 08/23/2010 by Rita LeBlanc Nazareth of Rumford, Rhode Island,
I was justinformed of Mary's passing. My condolence to her family.
As a clalssnate of her's it reminds us all of how short life can be. If anyonbe who reads this message and may isit south florida, please feel free to contact me, I would love to hear for you. My e-mail address is as above, so please don't hesitate
Richard KubiakPosted: 08/23/2010 by Richard Kubiak of Boca Raton, Florida, 33433, usa
George, Jimmy, Ann-Marie, Peter and Marcia:
I was so shocked to hear about Mary. I think we are all in shock here. Nothing I say will help your heart from hurting, just remember the good times you had; the hurt doesn't go away but it will get easier to deal with. She was so looking forward to her retirement when she left here. My thoughts and prayers are with everyone. Life's too short, live every day to it's fullest!
Mary EllenPosted: 08/23/2010 by Mary Ellen of Acushnet, MA, USA
Mary took such good care of me as a customer at Baldwin Brothers. It was a joy to know her. Posted: 08/23/2010 by John Talbott of Old Saybrook, CT, USA
I was so sad to hear about your mom. You and your family are part of my morning prayers. After a while, when you come back to work, if you need to talk or just get a hug during the day, please keep me in mind. I know at least a little about what you're going through; I lost my mother suddenly many years ago.
With lots of love and hugs,
BarbaraPosted: 08/23/2010 by Barbara Jones of Framingham, MA, USA
Pat and Marcia and family-
I was just sick when I heard the news. Please know that you are in my prayers and send lots of hugs from Georgia
Brenda (Dillon) HennesseyPosted: 08/23/2010 by Brenda (Dillon) Hennessey of Mableton, GA, USA
Helen, Ann -Marie and All the family
I was deeply saddened to read about the unexpected loss of Mary. May the love of God be with you during this time of sorrow.May you be surrounded by all His angels and saints both here on earth and heaven too.
Love & Prayers
Elaine R. HebertPosted: 08/23/2010 by Elaine R. Hebert of Fairhaven, MA, USA