Condolence & Memory Journal

Linda & Scott, please accept my heartfelt sympathy on the loss of your Mum. You will all always be a part of fond memories of growing up in Melrose !
Jean (Dunklee)) West

Posted by Jean (Dunklee) West - Berwick, Nova Scotia   March 04, 2017


I am so sad to loose such a sweet and kind neighbor and friend. She was a wonderful lady. When she moved I missed her but enjoyed talking to her to keep in touch. She was lucky to have very devoted children.She loved them dearly.I am sorry for your loss.

Posted by Barbara Rees - Bridgewater, MA - Friend   February 28, 2017

Linda and Scott, your mom was a very kind, thoughtful, and caring person who always found a nice thing to say about everyone and every creature. I can remember her doting over certain pets that were sometimes, shall we say, "of questionable likability" to an outside observer, but she catered to their ever whim. As I went through my own phases of similar questionable likability she was nothing but sweet and upbeat. I am grateful for her kindness and caring to me throughout the years. I am very sorry for you both, for your spouses, and for your entire family.

Posted by Rob Boutilier - Amherst, MA   February 27, 2017

Louise was a wonderful mother-in-law to me, and became a family member to my relatives as well. She particularly stayed in touch with my brother, Neal and with my niece Joanne.

As my brother always said "She was a great lady". I personally always saw her as "classy" and " a gentle spirit".

I will miss you Louise. You have been like a mom to me.

Posted by Valerie Langbehn - Plymouth, MA - Family   February 27, 2017


My thoughts,and prayers go out to your family in your time of sorrow.

Posted by Margaret Ehler - Norton, MA - Coworker   February 27, 2017

Scott and Family,

Very sorry to hear of the loss of your mom. May your happy family memories keep her close to you always.

Posted by Peter Tai - Reading, MA   February 26, 2017

Linda and Scott, we are so sorry, we loved Louise so! We'll never forget Thanksgivings with her, and her intrepid trek up our barely completed stairs when our house was under construction. We'll miss her.
Love, Kerry and Meg

Posted by Kerry Dolan - Nashua, NH - Friend   February 25, 2017