Dawn, Please know that I'm aware no words can ease your pain, nor your family but if they could I would voice them. I am so sorry to hear about your mother, I have just returned back from Maternity leave and found out that your mom has been sick. If there is anything that I can do, watch the dog's, etc. please let me know. I would love to go to lunch but I will let you call when your up for some company. I will not be able to make it to the service tonight but please know that I will be thinking of you and will have you in my prayers.
Dear Dawn and John,
Chip and I are so sorry to hear about your mom. All we remember is your wedding day,and how happy she was and how beautiful she looked. Your mom was glowing with love and pride for you and John. I know this loss will be hard for you, losing a parent. Chip and I both know this first hand. A day will not go by that we don't mention their names or think about them. Your mom will always be close to you, she will become your guardian angel, she will watch over you, and a day will not go by that your mom will not be thinking about you. All our love and thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Linda and Chip Strowhouer
To the Family of Eileen Cancila
I met Eileen one and a half years ago when I started working at Budd Blvd. Eileen and I shared our breaks together and during those breaks I learned that she was a loving wife, mother and daughter. She talked extensively about her family. Eileen always made me laugh so much with all her stories of growing up and family. In the short time that I knew Eileen I learned to admire her spirit and respect her friendship. She was a tough cookie and I will miss her friendship tremendously.
You have my most sincere sympathy.
To Eileen's family:
I met Eileen about 13 years ago. We worked together occasionally and quickly became friends. She was the type of person that you automatically liked. I could always count on Eileen to make me laugh. We shared alot in common and would kid each other over who was shorter. The last time I saw her was at the election site in Whitman Square. She took a break and we went outside so we could catch up on what was happening in our lives. One thing she always took pride in was her children. She spoke of them often.
I will truly miss Eileen. She was a good friend, a vibrant spirit-one that will always be with us. My prayers and sympathy are with her family. Know that as long as she is in your heart, she is never far away.
To the Family of Eileen Cancila:
I have had the pleasure of knowing Eileen for the past seven years. I work at Budd Boulevard and have worked with her on several occassions. She was highly respected by her co-workers and vendors alike. She was a wonderful caring person and very professional. She cared about the people she helped as well as the people she worked with. She will be missed by everyone who knew her. I know words don't mean much, at a time like this, but please know that others really care. You have my sincere sympathy.