Condolence & Memory Journal

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My deepest sympathy to my cousins, Butch, Robin, and Tony, and to all of their children and grandchildren. My fondest memories of Aunt Midge were in Rhinecliff, while the love of her life was stationed in Antartica. She was so lonely without her George, she would arrive at our door nearly every day with Butch and Robin in tow. Her favorite saying was "Bless their little hearts", which says a lot about what a loving and forgiving woman she always was. May it give all of us left on earth comfort to know she is finally having a happy reunion with her beloved husband in the everlasting love of our Lord.

Posted by Anna Ochs-Wagner - Winston Salem, NC - Family   December 31, 2020

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Rest in peace Aunt Midge. May your family find comfort in knowing you are with Uncle George watching over them.

Posted by Shirley and William CULLER - Harmony, NC - Family   December 30, 2020

Rest in peace Aunt Midge.Back in the arms of Uncle George and surrounded by Jesus. Prayers for the family in this time of loss.

Posted by Walter George - AVON PARK, FL - Family   December 30, 2020

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Rest in peace Aunt Midge. You were truly one of the sweetest and kindest ladies of all time. My thoughts and prayers are with your family in this time of sorrow and grief. May they all find comfort in the knowledge that you are with Uncle George and in the company of Jesus.

Posted by Lynda Bowen - Pomfret Center, CT - Family   December 30, 2020

Rest in peace Aunt Shirley. I'll always remember all the great times in Bloomington. You are with your husband and all other family. Love you.

Posted by Sheila Terpening - KINGSTON, NY - Family   December 28, 2020