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|Deepest condolences and sympathy to the entire family with your loss of Bertha. Her passing gives us a chance to think back at the fun times we had with her kids together; especially for me with Dan and Denny. I hope you all can be comforted by the fond memories we share and may she rest in peace.|
|From: Jim Hughes and Family 09/25/2008 06:08 AM|
|Right now at your time of grief, it's hard to understand. So I pray that you will find some comfort, under God's loving hand.
|From: Annonymous 09/18/2008 02:39 PM|
|ItÂs like the sun is shining
When the rain is pouring down
ItÂs like my soul is flying
Though my feet are on the ground
So take this heart of mine
ThereÂs no doubt
IÂm in better hands now
We will miss Grandma Bert and all the time we spent with her! Either playing yahtzee or just hanging out at Christmas. We love you Grandma Bert and know that you are in Better Hands Now.
We are sad that we could not be there with the family and send our heartfelt prayers of strength and peace! We love you!
Peepa and Tomas |
|From: Peepa and Tomas 09/18/2008 02:36 PM|
|May God comfort our family at this time. We just connected/met our wonderful family and Aunt Bertha and everyone made me feel like I did not skip a beat and that I had know them all my life. Aunt Bertha shared some funny/wonderful stories with myself and my husband Ray and will be deeply missed.
Prayers and condolences
Tammy (Lee) and Ray Waschalk|
|From: Tammy Waschalk 09/18/2008 02:01 PM|
|I graduated from high school with Dennis and knew some of his siblings and cousins as well. Grew up near the Lee family but in a different generation My condolences to the entire family, particularly Dennis with whom I have many fond memories. May time soften the pain of loss and replace it with the joy of wonderful memories. Our prayers and thoughts are with you all. |
|From: John Foy 09/18/2008 10:18 AM|
|Bertha's passing brings back many fond memories of the Brennan's and the Lee's families. I really got to know Bertha when she was at the Redwood Cafe. My Brother's Pat & Jim & I spent a few late nights there! Also at the nursing homes in E'burg as she took care of our folks sometimes. You have my deepest sympathy and know now that she is in a better place.|
|From: Bill Brennan 09/17/2008 07:16 PM|
|Dear Lee Family,
My sister Margaret emailed me to share Bertha's passing. Please accept my most sincere condolences.
Your family was always so wonderful to the Brennans across the street. Though many years have passed since we all lived in the neighborhood, I still have many wonderful memories of that time.
God bless each of you.
|From: Jim Brennan 09/16/2008 09:53 PM|
|I was saddened to hear that Aunt Bertha had passed,but comforted to know that she is at peace now.We hope in time that you will find the same peace.I have wonderful memories of Aunt Bertha and will always hold those close at heart.Our most heartfelt sympathies go out to all of you in your time of loss.....Vicki& Kevin
|From: Vicki (Koenck) Pulfrey 09/16/2008 09:19 PM|
|I just wanted to let you all know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. Bertha and my mom Karen used to have coffee all the time.|
|From: Connie (Moser) Richter 09/16/2008 08:46 PM|