Condolence: Dear Joe and Mike, I extend to the two of you and the rest of your family, most importantly your mother, my deepest condolences upon the passing of your father. We all mourn the loss of s loved one but the passing of a parent ends a physical and emotional bind unlike no other. Fortunately, while the physical bind ends the memories remain that forever connect you and your father. May those memories lift your and comfort you in tthis time of loss.
I will not be able to attend the services on Monday ( one. last college move in. I hope ) but. please understand my thoughts will be present.
Condolence: RIP Bernie. You were the best boss I ever had at the phone company. I remember when we celebrated you with the big gathering at Romano's. I also remember after your heart attack your wife would pack your lunch. I know how much you loved those vegetables. In fact I remember you forgot your lunch one day. Your wife called you to say your daughter will drop it off. My condolences to your family. May god give them the strength to carry on.
Condolence: The McGorrey’s were our neighbors growing up. The door was always open, and the garage door full of tools to borrow...and put back. In a time when people keep to themselves these ‘neighbors’ are more like family then the people next door. Our thoughts and prayers are with Sandy and the rest of the McGorrey family.
Condolence: To Aunt Sandy & the whole gang:
I am so very sorry to hear about Uncle Bernie.
Your entire family are in our hearts and prayers during this difficult time.
Lots of love,
Condolence: Sandy and Family,
We are so very sorry for the loss of Bernie. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this very difficult time. God bless all of you.
With Deepest Sympathy,
Eileen, Maureen, and Maura