To the McCollum Family,
I remember your mother from childhood. She was a lovely lady and a close friend to my mother. I remember her best from attending my mother's parties at home on the corner of Euclid and Peyton Ave. Haddonfield, NJ. She was also in my Mothers wedding. They were lifetime friends. I have a gorgeous picture of her as a bridesmaid in my mothers wedding. Connie (my older sister) and I, have many pictures of your mother and father, Danny, in our photo albums that Connie and I have recently gone over. Your mom was a beauty. I may even have some pictures of you as children. The documentation of Mother's photo albums were amazing.
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Condolences for your loss, but I'm pretty sure she is in a very nice place.
Louise was the very definition of CLASS! Elegant lady and we'll miss her.
Louise was a very bright light - a joy to our congregation. She always had a smile and a kind word. She wrote personal notes to each of us on our birthdays, even being sight impaired. We miss her as our weekly greeter.
I am better for having known her.
Rest in Peace my friend. I hope there's chocolate in heaven!
Just a beautiful woman, inside and out. So glad my family and I had the opertunity to worship with Louise at Grenloch Church.
What a well spoken and dedicated Christian who would often share with our congregation her love for her family, her Christmas Rich and her God.
I witnessed many Sundays Louise singing to the hymns that she loved and keep in her memory and in her heart.
Our members miss her now and will for many years in the future. Rest In Peace Dear Friend.
Tom and Lynn Armbruster and Family
I am sorry to know I can no longer call and hear Louise's voice. Our last phone chat was to inform her of the passing of a classmate, Anna Ziemski. We didn' t have the usual lengthy talk, neither of us having a comfortable day.
I last visited Louise in 2016, and was looking forward to avisit in Oct. 2018. But risk of falling while traveling alone , forced me to cancel.
We were friends for most of our lives and shared everything in our hearts. We enjoyed many of the same interests, fashion, sunbathing,cooking, entertaining.Speaking of her cooking, her apple cake was the best ever, I asked why it was so delicious, she said, extra orange juice, but Ithink it was love. Louise was a compassionate Mother to her five fine children, she always gave me an update on each one. Her strong wish is that they would keep in touch with each other.
In her widowhood, Louise found enjoyment inAudubon Highschool class of '43 reunions, and the monthly get togethers of our Red Hat Chapter, lots of fun stuff there And her friends of the Blind assn..
I saidwe were close, but we decided we were really "kindred spirits" when we each had our first baby boys on New Years day, different years !
We will meet again, God always keeps His promises,My sincere and loving condolences to the family McCollum, from friend Alberta
We are so very sad over the passing of Louise.... she has been a cherished neighbor for 19 years to our family. Always very thoughtful, sending wishes for the kids birthdays and homemade breads at Christmastime....her handwritten notes are some of my favorite memories of her as well..I have many of them saved.... our Maria particularly enjoyed going over to visit and chat with her... one day Louise asked Maria, where have you been, as she hadnt seen her in a little while.... Maria’s response was “Traffic was bad” I had to chuckle at this as we live right across the street:) thank you for being you Louise....it has been our pleasure to be your neighbor all these years...we will always remember Louise and keep her in our prayers. I would love to share a picture I have of Louise and Maria if I am able:) is there somewhere I can send to be added to this post?