Friday, July 8, 2016

My Beautiful, Precious Mother



Mary Jane Coscarelli, peacefully passed away in her home with her family by her side on Thursday, July 7, 2016, after a 2 1/2 year illness. She was born June 28, 1922. Her wonderful eight children and caregivers took care of Mary Jane in her home. Mary Jane worked at Alcoa as a secretary. Mary Jane used her artistic talent to draw plans for the kitchens that her husband built for Ralph's Cabinet Shop. Mary Jane loved fixing baby dolls, crafts, antiques, baking, bingo, and cooking. Mary Jane was a wonderful, loving mother to all of her eight children, daughters-in-law, sons-in-law, and grandchildren. Mary Jane always welcomed visits from family members, and loved having everyone for dinner no matter what day of the week or what time of the day. You could always find Mary Jane making something delicious when you stopped by. Her bread was everyone's favorite. Mary Jane won first prize in a baking contest sponsored by the Valley News Dispatch for her zucchini pie in 1996. Mary Jane will be dearly missed because she was what held the family together with her sweetness, her caring, her unselfishness, and her beautiful smile. Her children and her husband were her whole life. Mary Jane was preceded in death by her parents, Daniel and Katherine Greco; her husband, Ralph; her sister, Diana; and an infant brother, Daniel. Survivors include her eight children, Kathleen (Ed) Wall, of Darnestown, Md., Elizabeth (Andrew) Petrovich, of Lower Burrell, Ralph Jr., of Natrona Heights, Daniel (Diana), of New Kensington, Michael (Valerie), of Cranberry, Frank (Carol), of Lower Burrell, Jane (Daren) Kissinger, of Deale, Maryland, Claire (Brian) Hall, of Clarksburg, Md. Mary Jane is also survived by her siblings, Beatrice Rivi, Dorothy Strittmatter, Rita Greco and John Greco; as well as 15 grandchildren and four great grandchildren. A heartfelt, extremely grateful thank you to all of her caregivers. We can't thank you ladies enough for how lovingly you took care of mom: Bernie, Ginny, Joanne, Leanne, Margaret, Mary, Melissa, Pat and Patty. A heartfelt thank you to the Good Samaritan Hospice team and our wonderful nurses Steve and Trudy. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/triblive-valley-news-dispatch/obituary.aspx?n=mary-jane-coscarelli&pid=180602217#sthash.EeisIEg4.dpuf
Mary Jane Coscarelli, peacefully passed away in her home with her family by her side on Thursday, July 7, 2016, after a 2 1/2 year illness. She was born June 28, 1922. Her wonderful eight children and caregivers took care of Mary Jane in her home. Mary Jane worked at Alcoa as a secretary. Mary Jane used her artistic talent to draw plans for the kitchens that her husband built for Ralph's Cabinet Shop. Mary Jane loved fixing baby dolls, crafts, antiques, baking, bingo, and cooking. Mary Jane was a wonderful, loving mother to all of her eight children, daughters-in-law, sons-in-law, and grandchildren. Mary Jane always welcomed visits from family members, and loved having everyone for dinner no matter what day of the week or what time of the day. You could always find Mary Jane making something delicious when you stopped by. Her bread was everyone's favorite. Mary Jane won first prize in a baking contest sponsored by the Valley News Dispatch for her zucchini pie in 1996. Mary Jane will be dearly missed because she was what held the family together with her sweetness, her caring, her unselfishness, and her beautiful smile. Her children and her husband were her whole life. Mary Jane was preceded in death by her parents, Daniel and Katherine Greco; her husband, Ralph; her sister, Diana; and an infant brother, Daniel. Survivors include her eight children, Kathleen (Ed) Wall, of Darnestown, Md., Elizabeth (Andrew) Petrovich, of Lower Burrell, Ralph Jr., of Natrona Heights, Daniel (Diana), of New Kensington, Michael (Valerie), of Cranberry, Frank (Carol), of Lower Burrell, Jane (Daren) Kissinger, of Deale, Maryland, Claire (Brian) Hall, of Clarksburg, Md. Mary Jane is also survived by her siblings, Beatrice Rivi, Dorothy Strittmatter, Rita Greco and John Greco; as well as 15 grandchildren and four great grandchildren. A heartfelt, extremely grateful thank you to all of her caregivers. We can't thank you ladies enough for how lovingly you took care of mom: Bernie, Ginny, Joanne, Leanne, Margaret, Mary, Melissa, Pat and Patty. A heartfelt thank you to the Good Samaritan Hospice team and our wonderful nurses Steve and Trudy. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/triblive-valley-news-dispatch/obituary.aspx?n=mary-jane-coscarelli&pid=180602217#sthash.EeisIEg4.dpuf
Mary Jane Coscarelli, peacefully passed away in her home with her family by her side on Thursday, July 7, 2016, after a 2 1/2 year illness. She was born June 28, 1922. Her wonderful eight children and caregivers took care of Mary Jane in her home. Mary Jane worked at Alcoa as a secretary. Mary Jane used her artistic talent to draw plans for the kitchens that her husband built for Ralph's Cabinet Shop. Mary Jane loved fixing baby dolls, crafts, antiques, baking, bingo, and cooking. Mary Jane was a wonderful, loving mother to all of her eight children, daughters-in-law, sons-in-law, and grandchildren. Mary Jane always welcomed visits from family members, and loved having everyone for dinner no matter what day of the week or what time of the day. You could always find Mary Jane making something delicious when you stopped by. Her bread was everyone's favorite. Mary Jane won first prize in a baking contest sponsored by the Valley News Dispatch for her zucchini pie in 1996. Mary Jane will be dearly missed because she was what held the family together with her sweetness, her caring, her unselfishness, and her beautiful smile. Her children and her husband were her whole life. Mary Jane was preceded in death by her parents, Daniel and Katherine Greco; her husband, Ralph; her sister, Diana; and an infant brother, Daniel. Survivors include her eight children, Kathleen (Ed) Wall, of Darnestown, Md., Elizabeth (Andrew) Petrovich, of Lower Burrell, Ralph Jr., of Natrona Heights, Daniel (Diana), of New Kensington, Michael (Valerie), of Cranberry, Frank (Carol), of Lower Burrell, Jane (Daren) Kissinger, of Deale, Maryland, Claire (Brian) Hall, of Clarksburg, Md. Mary Jane is also survived by her siblings, Beatrice Rivi, Dorothy Strittmatter, Rita Greco and John Greco; as well as 15 grandchildren and four great grandchildren. A heartfelt, extremely grateful thank you to all of her caregivers. We can't thank you ladies enough for how lovingly you took care of mom: Bernie, Ginny, Joanne, Leanne, Margaret, Mary, Melissa, Pat and Patty. A heartfelt thank you to the Good Samaritan Hospice team and our wonderful nurses Steve and Trudy. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/triblive-valley-news-dispatch/obituary.aspx?n=mary-jane-coscarelli&pid=180602217#sthash.EeisIEg4.dpuf
Mary Jane Coscarelli, peacefully passed away in her home with her family by her side on Thursday, July 7, 2016, after a 2 1/2 year illness. She was born June 28, 1922. Her wonderful eight children and caregivers took care of Mary Jane in her home. Mary Jane worked at Alcoa as a secretary. Mary Jane used her artistic talent to draw plans for the kitchens that her husband built for Ralph's Cabinet Shop. Mary Jane loved fixing baby dolls, crafts, antiques, baking, bingo, and cooking. Mary Jane was a wonderful, loving mother to all of her eight children, daughters-in-law, sons-in-law, and grandchildren. Mary Jane always welcomed visits from family members, and loved having everyone for dinner no matter what day of the week or what time of the day. You could always find Mary Jane making something delicious when you stopped by. Her bread was everyone's favorite. Mary Jane won first prize in a baking contest sponsored by the Valley News Dispatch for her zucchini pie in 1996. Mary Jane will be dearly missed because she was what held the family together with her sweetness, her caring, her unselfishness, and her beautiful smile. Her children and her husband were her whole life. Mary Jane was preceded in death by her parents, Daniel and Katherine Greco; her husband, Ralph; her sister, Diana; and an infant brother, Daniel. Survivors include her eight children, Kathleen (Ed) Wall, of Darnestown, Md., Elizabeth (Andrew) Petrovich, of Lower Burrell, Ralph Jr., of Natrona Heights, Daniel (Diana), of New Kensington, Michael (Valerie), of Cranberry, Frank (Carol), of Lower Burrell, Jane (Daren) Kissinger, of Deale, Maryland, Claire (Brian) Hall, of Clarksburg, Md. Mary Jane is also survived by her siblings, Beatrice Rivi, Dorothy Strittmatter, Rita Greco and John Greco; as well as 15 grandchildren and four great grandchildren. A heartfelt, extremely grateful thank you to all of her caregivers. We can't thank you ladies enough for how lovingly you took care of mom: Bernie, Ginny, Joanne, Leanne, Margaret, Mary, Melissa, Pat and Patty. A heartfelt thank you to the Good Samaritan Hospice team and our wonderful nurses Steve and Trudy. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/triblive-valley-news-dispatch/obituary.aspx?n=mary-jane-coscarelli&pid=180602217#sthash.EeisIEg4.dpuf
Mary Jane Coscarelli, born June 28, 1922, peacefully passed away in her home with her family at her side on July 7, after a two and one-half year illness. Her wonderful eight children and caregivers took care of Mary Jane in her home.

​Mary Jane worked at Alcoa as a secretary. Mary Jane used her artistic talent to draw plans for the kitchens that her husband built for Ralph's Cabinet Shop. Mary Jane loved fixing baby dolls, crafts, antiques, baking, BINGO, and cooking. Mary Jane was a wonderful, loving mother to all of her eight children, daughters-in-law, sons-in-law, and grandchildren.

​Mary Jane always welcomed visits from family members, and loved having everyone for dinner no matter what day of the week or what time of the day. You could always find Mary Jane making something delicious when you stopped by.  Her bread was everyone’s favorite.  Mary Jane won first prize in a baking contest sponsored by the Valley News Dispatch for her zucchini pie in 1996.

Mary Jane will be dearly missed because she was what held the family together with her sweetness, her caring, her unselfishness, and her beautiful smile. Her whole life was devoted to her children and husband.

Mary Jane was preceded in death by her parents Daniel and ​Katherine Greco, her husband Ralph, her sister Diana, and an infant brother, Daniel.

Survivors include her eight children Kathleen (Ed) Wall of Darnestown, Maryland, Elizabeth (Andrew) Petrovich of Lower Burrell, Ralph, Jr., of Natrona Heights, Daniel (Diana) of New Kensington, Michael (Valerie) of Cranberry, Frank (Carol) of Lower Burrell, Jane (Daren) Kissinger of Deale, Maryland, Claire (Brian)  Hall of Clarksburg, Maryland. Mary Jane is also survived by her siblings Beatrice Rivi, Dorothy Strittmatter, Rita Greco, and John Greco as well as fifteen grandchildren and four great grandchildren.

​A heartfelt, extremely grateful thank you to all of her caregivers.  We can't thank you ladies enough for how lovingly you took care of mom.  Bernie, Ginny, Joanne, Leanne, Margaret, Mary, Melissa,​ Pat, and Patty. 

A heartfelt thank you to the Good Samaritan Hospice team and our wonderful nurses Steve and Trudy.


I won't be around for a few days so happy blogging until I return.
Mary Jane Coscarelli, peacefully passed away in her home with her family by her side on Thursday, July 7, 2016, after a 2 1/2 year illness. She was born June 28, 1922. Her wonderful eight children and caregivers took care of Mary Jane in her home. Mary Jane worked at Alcoa as a secretary. Mary Jane used her artistic talent to draw plans for the kitchens that her husband built for Ralph's Cabinet Shop. Mary Jane loved fixing baby dolls, crafts, antiques, baking, bingo, and cooking. Mary Jane was a wonderful, loving mother to all of her eight children, daughters-in-law, sons-in-law, and grandchildren. Mary Jane always welcomed visits from family members, and loved having everyone for dinner no matter what day of the week or what time of the day. You could always find Mary Jane making something delicious when you stopped by. Her bread was everyone's favorite. Mary Jane won first prize in a baking contest sponsored by the Valley News Dispatch for her zucchini pie in 1996. Mary Jane will be dearly missed because she was what held the family together with her sweetness, her caring, her unselfishness, and her beautiful smile. Her children and her husband were her whole life. Mary Jane was preceded in death by her parents, Daniel and Katherine Greco; her husband, Ralph; her sister, Diana; and an infant brother, Daniel. Survivors include her eight children, Kathleen (Ed) Wall, of Darnestown, Md., Elizabeth (Andrew) Petrovich, of Lower Burrell, Ralph Jr., of Natrona Heights, Daniel (Diana), of New Kensington, Michael (Valerie), of Cranberry, Frank (Carol), of Lower Burrell, Jane (Daren) Kissinger, of Deale, Maryland, Claire (Brian) Hall, of Clarksburg, Md. Mary Jane is also survived by her siblings, Beatrice Rivi, Dorothy Strittmatter, Rita Greco and John Greco; as well as 15 grandchildren and four great grandchildren. A heartfelt, extremely grateful thank you to all of her caregivers. We can't thank you ladies enough for how lovingly you took care of mom: Bernie, Ginny, Joanne, Leanne, Margaret, Mary, Melissa, Pat and Patty. A heartfelt thank you to the Good Samaritan Hospice team and our wonderful nurses Steve and Trudy. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/triblive-valley-news-dispatch/obituary.aspx?n=mary-jane-coscarelli&pid=180602217#sthash.EeisIEg4.dpuf
Mary Jane Coscarelli, peacefully passed away in her home with her family by her side on Thursday, July 7, 2016, after a 2 1/2 year illness. She was born June 28, 1922. Her wonderful eight children and caregivers took care of Mary Jane in her home. Mary Jane worked at Alcoa as a secretary. Mary Jane used her artistic talent to draw plans for the kitchens that her husband built for Ralph's Cabinet Shop. Mary Jane loved fixing baby dolls, crafts, antiques, baking, bingo, and cooking. Mary Jane was a wonderful, loving mother to all of her eight children, daughters-in-law, sons-in-law, and grandchildren. Mary Jane always welcomed visits from family members, and loved having everyone for dinner no matter what day of the week or what time of the day. You could always find Mary Jane making something delicious when you stopped by. Her bread was everyone's favorite. Mary Jane won first prize in a baking contest sponsored by the Valley News Dispatch for her zucchini pie in 1996. Mary Jane will be dearly missed because she was what held the family together with her sweetness, her caring, her unselfishness, and her beautiful smile. Her children and her husband were her whole life. Mary Jane was preceded in death by her parents, Daniel and Katherine Greco; her husband, Ralph; her sister, Diana; and an infant brother, Daniel. Survivors include her eight children, Kathleen (Ed) Wall, of Darnestown, Md., Elizabeth (Andrew) Petrovich, of Lower Burrell, Ralph Jr., of Natrona Heights, Daniel (Diana), of New Kensington, Michael (Valerie), of Cranberry, Frank (Carol), of Lower Burrell, Jane (Daren) Kissinger, of Deale, Maryland, Claire (Brian) Hall, of Clarksburg, Md. Mary Jane is also survived by her siblings, Beatrice Rivi, Dorothy Strittmatter, Rita Greco and John Greco; as well as 15 grandchildren and four great grandchildren. A heartfelt, extremely grateful thank you to all of her caregivers. We can't thank you ladies enough for how lovingly you took care of mom: Bernie, Ginny, Joanne, Leanne, Margaret, Mary, Melissa, Pat and Patty. A heartfelt thank you to the Good Samaritan Hospice team and our wonderful nurses Steve and Trudy. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/triblive-valley-news-dispatch/obituary.aspx?n=mary-jane-coscarelli&pid=180602217#sthash.EeisIEg4.dpuf
Mary Jane Coscarelli, peacefully passed away in her home with her family by her side on Thursday, July 7, 2016, after a 2 1/2 year illness. She was born June 28, 1922. Her wonderful eight children and caregivers took care of Mary Jane in her home. Mary Jane worked at Alcoa as a secretary. Mary Jane used her artistic talent to draw plans for the kitchens that her husband built for Ralph's Cabinet Shop. Mary Jane loved fixing baby dolls, crafts, antiques, baking, bingo, and cooking. Mary Jane was a wonderful, loving mother to all of her eight children, daughters-in-law, sons-in-law, and grandchildren. Mary Jane always welcomed visits from family members, and loved having everyone for dinner no matter what day of the week or what time of the day. You could always find Mary Jane making something delicious when you stopped by. Her bread was everyone's favorite. Mary Jane won first prize in a baking contest sponsored by the Valley News Dispatch for her zucchini pie in 1996. Mary Jane will be dearly missed because she was what held the family together with her sweetness, her caring, her unselfishness, and her beautiful smile. Her children and her husband were her whole life. Mary Jane was preceded in death by her parents, Daniel and Katherine Greco; her husband, Ralph; her sister, Diana; and an infant brother, Daniel. Survivors include her eight children, Kathleen (Ed) Wall, of Darnestown, Md., Elizabeth (Andrew) Petrovich, of Lower Burrell, Ralph Jr., of Natrona Heights, Daniel (Diana), of New Kensington, Michael (Valerie), of Cranberry, Frank (Carol), of Lower Burrell, Jane (Daren) Kissinger, of Deale, Maryland, Claire (Brian) Hall, of Clarksburg, Md. Mary Jane is also survived by her siblings, Beatrice Rivi, Dorothy Strittmatter, Rita Greco and John Greco; as well as 15 grandchildren and four great grandchildren. A heartfelt, extremely grateful thank you to all of her caregivers. We can't thank you ladies enough for how lovingly you took care of mom: Bernie, Ginny, Joanne, Leanne, Margaret, Mary, Melissa, Pat and Patty. A heartfelt thank you to the Good Samaritan Hospice team and our wonderful nurses Steve and Trudy. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/triblive-valley-news-dispatch/obituary.aspx?n=mary-jane-coscarelli&pid=180602217#sthash.EeisIEg4.dpuf




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    1. Thank you.

      We had her for 94 years, but it is never easy to lose your mother.

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  2. Elizabeth, I'm so sorry for the loss of your mother. What a talented lady! Take care.

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    1. Thank you, Kay.

      Sad day, and it was my brother's birthday.

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  3. So sorry for your loss. Hugs and prayers for you and your family.

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    1. Thanks for the hugs and prayers, Stacey.

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  4. I'm so sorry to hear of your loss. This is a lovely tribute to your mother, who sounds like she was a lovely, loving person. Take care.

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    1. She was a lovely, wonderful person.

      Thanks, FictionFan.

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  5. I am so sorry for your loss, she sounds remarkable.

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    1. She was remarkable. Always thought of everyone else first.

      Thanks holdenj.

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  6. Elizabeth, I am so sorry for your loss. She sounds like a wonderful person. Sending good thoughts to you and your family.

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    1. She was a wonderful, loving person.

      Thanks for stopping, DeniseF.

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    2. Thanks for the thoughts.

      Thanks for stopping, DeniseF.

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  7. So sorry! Thoughts and prayers!

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  8. Elizabeth, I am so sorry for you and your family's incredible loss. What a beautiful tribute to your mom.

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    1. Thank you...she deserved an even better tribute.

      Thank you for stopping, TarheelFIT1.

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  9. Oh, Elizabeth ... I am so very sorry that you've lost your mom. Blessings and prayers to you and your family during this sad time. I'm wrapping my arms around you.

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    1. Thank you for the hug, Beth.

      It is so difficult as I am sure many people know.

      Thanks for stopping.

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  10. I am so sorry for your loss. It sounds like your Mom was an amazing woman. XO

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    1. Amazing is a very appropriate word.

      Thanks for stopping, pilch92.

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  11. I am sorry for your loss. She lived a long life and had a loving family. I remember how grateful I was to hospice when my father died.

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    1. Hospice is wonderful.

      Thanks for stopping, TracyK.

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  12. I am so sorry to hear this, Elizabeth. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

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    1. Thank you, Susan.

      A very sad few days.

      Thanks for stopping.

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  13. My thoughts and sympathy Elizabeth. While she has been sick it is still difficult to say good-bye to a mother. Take care.

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    1. Very difficult to watch even though she is at peace now.

      Thanks for stopping, Kathryn.

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  14. My deepest condolences to you and your family.

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    1. Thank you very much, fredamans.

      Thanks for stopping.

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  15. Sending you a hug and my deepest condolences, Elizabeth. So sorry for your loss.

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    1. Thanks for the hug, Mary.

      Thanks for stopping.

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  16. Elizabeth,
    I am so sorry for the loss of your beautiful mother. It sounds like she had a wonderful, full life. <3

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    1. She did have a wonderful, full life, but still oh so sad.

      Thanks for stopping, Suko.

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  17. Elizabeth...I'm so sorry to hear about you mom...sending you hugs and saying a prayer for you and your family! Xxoo

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    1. Thank you for the hugs and prayers.

      Thanks for stopping, Kristin.

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  18. Elizabeth, I am SO very sorry for your loss. I understand your pain and will offer prayers for you and your family. ((((hugs))))

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  19. Elizabeth, I am so sorry to read of your loss. Your mother sounded like a beautiful and caring woman with a family that shared that love with her. My condolences to you at this very difficult time. ~ Dorothy

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    1. Thank you, Dororhy.

      Very difficult few days.

      Thanks for stopping, Dorothy.

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  20. So sorry to hear about the loss of your mom. Sending you and your family condolences during this difficult time.

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  21. Thoughts and prayers to you and your family on this loss.

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  22. I'm so sorry for your loss, Elizabeth. Mary Jane sounds like a truly rare and wonderful person.

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    1. Thank you, Diane.

      She is a wonderful person.

      Thanks for stopping.

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  23. I just saw this blog post. Oh, Elizabeth, I am SO sorry for your loss.... I know what it feels like to lose a parent. My Dad passed away last year. I have no words to express how I felt, and still feel. I can totally relate to you right now.

    Please give my condolences to all your family. You are very blessed to have such a huge one!

    Your mother was a wonderful,giving,loving person, as is evident from this very beautiful tribute. And you look just like her, by the way!

    You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. If there's anything you need, you know my email address.

    Many HUGS!!!!

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    1. Thank you for your comforting words and hugs.

      Oh yes on looking like mom. When we look at younger photos of her, we have to do a double take and ask if it was mom or me. :)

      Thanks for stopping, Maria.

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  24. So sorry for your loss.

    My mother passed away 8 years ago and is still very much missed, but she left us with wonderful memories of our time together.

    Reading your tribute to your mother it is obvious that she too left you with lovely memories and will forever have a place in your heart.

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    1. Thank you, Yvonne.

      We do have many lovely memories.

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  25. Elizabeth, I join my voice with others to send my condolences across the miles. In this virtual world of the computer each of us is reaching out to express genuine sympathy. So sorry.

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    1. Thank you...I love all the hugs from everyone.

      Thanks for stopping.

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  26. I'm sorry for your loss. It was great to learn about your mum's life here in this post.

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    1. Thanks Wooly Cakes and Wooden Spoons.

      Sad week and weekend.

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  27. I am deeply sorry. Such a beautiful woman! May you and the rest of family stay strong. Thinking of you!

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    1. Thanks, Citra.

      She was a beautiful woman.

      Thanks for stopping.

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  28. Oh Elizabeth! I'm so sorry your mom passed away. What a beautiful woman, both physically and her character, as you lovingly described her in this post. Tight hugs and tanti baci to you.

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    1. HUGS and THANKS to you too, Laura.

      A difficult time, but she is at peace now.

      Thanks for stopping.

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  29. I'm so sorry to hear of your mother's passing. Sending my condolences to you and your family.

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  30. I'm so sorry to hear about your mom. Sending you many virtual hugs.

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