Condolence: Your father was a gentle and loving man, but also lively and pleasant. Always listening to others, he was very appreciated by his entourage. Please accept these few words of support and receive our sincere and affectionate condolences.
Condolence: It was a pleasure meeting Curly and having the chance to get to know him in the spring of this year. He made an important impact on my life and he will be remembered. Sorry to hear of his passing but he is now at peace.
Let this be a loving reminder that someone is missing today. Someone our hearts still hold on to. As we travel along life's way. Someone who made life so special, for all those who won't be forgotten. But cherished from year to year. And now as we pause to remember. Let us all fondly recall, how dearly each of us loved him. And oh..how he loved us all.
Condolence: My deepest condolences at this most difficult time.I'm so sorry for your great loss.He was such a fun guy to be around,always making people laugh.I know he will be missed for a very long time.Somebody that special won't be forgotten soon.
Condolence: My deepest condolences to such a nice gentleman. I am sure my Parents, the late, Jim and Joan Kelly, 25 Corey Hill Road, Ashburnham, long term members of the Council of Aging, knew AL and Helen very well.
May you rest in the arms of God now and may your family be consoled with the love of each other and fond memories that will never be forgotten.
Love and peaceful prayers,
The Kelly Family
Colleen Kelly, North Ashburnham MA