Condolence: Never have the right words, but I will always remember how your Mother took time to include me Sundays at church and dinner at the Crocker house. I think often of the hours we spent playing in trees and the summer kitchen and the barn etc....I will always think of you all as an important part of me. Wishing you the best and the best of the memories...Sincerely , Susie
Condolence: Sending condolences to all her many loved ones. She lived such a full and caring life and leaves a hole in the fabric of the community that will be hard to fill. May the memories of her and her contributions to so many lives bring you comfort.
Condolence: Dear Barbara, Amy, Chad, Nate and all that Hanna family members. I just wanted to tell you how sorry I am to hear about your mother's passing. May the love of those who share your loss, comfort you in this time of sadness.
Sincerely, Bob Crook Jr.
Condolence: Dear, Barbara, Amy, Chad and Nathan and the entire Hanna family,
We are thinking of you all during this difficult time. We hope great memories of time with your Mom, grandmother offer you some comfort. The times our families gathered at Grammie and Pa’s will never be forgotten. Love to you all and know that our prayers are with you.
Tim & Connie, Ryan, Sara, Devin, Kate, Molly and Kai
Condolence: Nate, Chad, Amy, and Barbara, I am so sorry to hear of Myrt's passing. She did live a full and very interesting life. I remember her as the mother of some of my dearest friends, but also as my 5th grade teacher at Bristol. Sometimes Myrt would pick me up on her way to school in the morning so that I could go early, too, and play basketball in the gym by myself or with a few other dedicated players! I also remember a few warm, loving, boisterous Christmas Eve's in Round Pond. Hold tight all the good memories.