Condolence & Memory Journal

As you remember your love one, as God heals your broken hearts (Psalm 147:3), may your treasured memories continue to bring you peace, comfort, and strength to endure.

Posted by A friend   June 24, 2018

I was saddened to hear of my Aunt Sally's passing. I will always remember her as so upbeat and full of life. I have many fond memories of the many parties at my mother's house or Sally's. She will be greatly missed.

Rest in peace until we meet again.

Michael Herlihy

Posted by Michael Herlihy - South berwick, ME - Family   June 19, 2018

Candle

Posted by Kathy Horgan - Randolph, MA   June 16, 2018

Sally was my Mom's sister & came to live with us when she emigrated from Ireland. She was great fun. I remember her taking me by the hand to my first day of school.I panicked when the bell rang & the door opened. She helped me survive it. Also remember being the altar boy at her wedding when I was 10 years old. She raised a wonderful family that I always looked forward to seeing. She will be missed...

Posted by William Herlihy - Stowe, VT - Family   June 14, 2018

Sally was a loving, cheerful and strong woman whom I came to know and love in the aquarobics class at the Easton YMCA. I am saddened by her death.

Posted by Barbara Colfer - friend   June 12, 2018

I am so sorry for your loss and the pain your family is enduring. I know there are no words to make the pain go away. May you feel God's comfort through family and friends, knowing He is near to the brokenhearted. Again, my condolences.

Posted by Serena - MA   June 07, 2018

Wanted to offer our sincere condolences for your loss. We didn't know your Mom for a long time but she was a sweet woman and a good friend to my Mom. She will be missed.... We will keep you all in our thoughts and prayers.
Sincerely,
Denise & Tom Irving, Del Matrisciano

Posted by Denise Irving - Taunton, MA - Friend   June 07, 2018

To the Partridge Family: I didn't know your Mother, Wife, Grandmother for a long time but Sally was such a special lady I enjoyed talking to her at Life Care.
she was so soft-spoken and easy to talk to. I cannot explain why I was so drawn to her. I would be there every day visiting my own mother and if my mother was sleeping or playing Bingo, I would go and visit Sally. She was so proud of her family. Her face would beam as she spoke about her children and grandchildren. She spoke so lovingly about her husband Bill whom I never met but I learned I grew up in the same housing project in Mission Hill.
Bill and Sally were married in the same church as me and my late husband. I guess for me that was the connection. Although I didn't know Sally very long. I enjoyed my short time knowing her. She touched my heart.
We also talked about her best friend , Gert. It just so happened that Gert is the name of my mother. I told Sally that I also had a best friend for over 65 years. I already miss Sally. And I am confident that she is in the arms of Jesus. RIP friend.

Posted by Cathy Coakley - Holbrook, MA - Friend   June 07, 2018