Dave, Nancy, Kelsey and Matt-
So sorry for your loss. I hope you find comfort in each other and the rest of your family.
My thoughts are with you.
Dave and Family,
Those we love don't go away,
They walk beside us every day,
Unseen, unheard, but always near,
Still loved, still missed and very dear.
Thinking of you at this time of loss.
You have our deepest sympathies.
The Ogden Family
Bernice has truely made a difference in this world touching many lives in her nursing career.She definitely gets the blue ribbon award for her Christmas cookies that she shared with us working girls who didn't always have he time to make!
My heart is reaching out to you,
For what youíre going through;
Iím thinking of you frequently
And praying for you, too.
If thereís something I can do,
Anything at all,
Think of me thinking of you,
And donít hesitate to call.
Deb and Family,
You are in our thoughts and prayers. We are very sorry to hear of your loss. A mother's love is so special. Remember -you will always have your mom's love close to you, she is a part of you forever. God Bless. Deb Dziekonski, Patti and Florin
As Rev. Swanson mentioned, "even though the weather outside today is cold, cloudy, dreary and rainy, as I stand before you I only feel the sun and its warmth, brightness and softness." I want to take everyone back in time, almost 60 years ago. When I was first born, Aunt Bernie was one of the first, if not the first, to hold me in the hospital. Little did I realize that this was the start of a special bond. From that point on, Uncle Charlie and Aunt Bernie were such a huge part of not only my life, but also of my sisters, Cathy and Susie, and Mom and Dad. There were not too many times over the years that our lives were not intertwined with the Carters. As we all grew older, got married, had our own children and now even grandchildren, the memories of the times the Woolshlagers and Carters spent together and all that Aunt Bernie did for me, Cathy and Susie, are even now more appreciated and will forever be remembered. Over the past few years, Aunt Bernie endured so much, but we all know now that she is at peace. And now that Aunt Bernie, in spirit, is with Aunt Anita and Harold, I know that Harold will be looking out after her and taking care of her. After all, that is what big brothers are for. Aunt Bernie, we love you, will miss you, but know that you will always have a special place in our hearts forever, and ever and ever.
Please accept my deepest sympathy in the loss of your mother. She was a classy lady.
David's 4th grade teacher, Mrs. Snyder
To The family of Bernie:
My condolances are with all of you. My late aunt Emma Hathaway was a good friend of Bernie, and I remember he from my childhood when my mom was hospitalized and my grandmpther she was so likd to al fo my family. she even offered to bend the rules for me to visit my mom when I was only 9 and you needed to be 12 to visit at Lowville. She also was so nice during my 2 years of nurses training through BOCES at LCGH. Heaven has aquired another angel. Im sure she and Anita and Aunt Emma are having an awesome time up there catching up.
My preayers are with you.