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John and Pauline,

Jeff and I are so sorry to hear of Amelias passing. I remember meeting her and your granddaughter at the cookout one year when your granddaughter was just a baby. I can see from other comments that she was very admired, well respected and cared for.
Peace and love to you all.


Posted by: Sue Burton - Norton, MA   Apr 25, 2020

May the Great God of Heaven Bless and continue to Shower his Love and Grace in your Lives always!

It was a true Blessing to have known Amelia, she showed true leadership as a woman in our Union I will always be Proud of all she has accomplished. As her time with us has been cut short, she leaves a path that many Sisters and Brothers can and will follow for years to come!!
Amelia it was Great Standing an Chanting, Marching and Shouting on those Union Standouts! Love you and will miss you.
Mz." Vy"


Posted by: Violete Davis - Dorchester, MA - coworker   Apr 22, 2020

My deepest condolences on your loss. My thoughts and Prayers go out to the Phinney Family on your loss. Amelia will be deeply missed by all. I had the opportunity to work with Amelia on a few occasions. She was very bright, intelligent and a joy to work with. She had a great passion for what she did and what the organization wants to accomplish. My God Bless you and comfort you during this time sorrow.


Posted by: Craig Ransom - Dorchester, MA - Coworker   Apr 22, 2020

Always in our thoughts and forever in our hearts.

My deepest condolences to you and your family during this time. Amelia had a great passion for helping our local and she will be dearly missed.


Posted by: Thuan Huynh - Quincy, MA - Coworker   Apr 22, 2020

My deepest condolences to the entire Phinney family. Amelia's laugh, personality and sense of humor will always be remembered. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.


Posted by: Chris Benson - Middleboro, MA - Friend   Apr 22, 2020

Thank you sister for all your efforts in empowerment.You are so loved for that .I leave condolences to family may you keep the faith to know she is always with you


Posted by: Sylvia Fernandez - Los Angeles, CA - Sister   Apr 21, 2020

All of Amelia's brothers and sisters in the Carpenters Union are saddened by her passing. Although I didn't know her well, I knew she was a force you did not want to mess with! Her strength and kindness will be missed.


Posted by: Dan LeClerc - Manchester, NH - Coworker   Apr 21, 2020

Labor lost a strong leader


Posted by: Rchard Rothwell - Manchester, NH   Apr 21, 2020

We remember your sparkling personality with such affection, all of your visits to England that you so enjoyed and your delight in showing Lexi the sights of London. You've been such a trailblazer for all of the Sisters in the Union too and you will long live in our memory.


Posted by: Alison Goff - Tonbridge - Family   Apr 21, 2020

Sweet Alexis, Mr&Mrs Phinney, and Nick, there are no words that I can say to tell you how deeply sorry I am for your loss, Amelia was an amazing woman and mother, and loved by so many and will be missed, you can be so very proud.❤


Posted by: Angela Smith - Mansfield, MA - Family Friend   Apr 20, 2020