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Gordon Riggs. Photo credit: Brasco & Sons Memorial Funeral Home
Jose Hernandez March 26, 2014 at 08:17 pm
Sandy and Jackie, I did not know your older sister or older brother, But I did go to school and grewRead More up with all three. Gordy was a friend maybe only in times of two young persons going through stages of life, we partied we did crazy things, But his face will always be in my memories, so sorry I did not get to know him or you two as adults. I can only say that during this moment of sadness I send you thoughts of peace and courage. I live at a distance from all of you, but you all will be in my thoughts always as great friends, Thank you for being part of my life. So with sadness I say goodbye to Gordy, but I say hello again to you Jackie and Sandy. May God be with you always
Tyler Zanco. Photo credit: Brasco & Sons Memorial Funeral Home
Supporter March 24, 2014 at 08:54 pm
In complete tears reading this. As a parent of a 17yr old it just breaks my heart that he had toRead More pass in such a violent way. I did not have the pleasure of meeting Tyler but my son Tyler did know him. Just by what I hear of him he was a great kid..I am so sorry for your great loss...May he rest peacefully in the arms of an angel..RIP sweet young man..
Julia Jones Kerr. Photo credit: Joyce Funeral Home
Susan Burke Jeffery March 5, 2014 at 11:41 am
She was an awesome teacher and person, RIP Mrs. Kerr.....
JohnnyMass March 5, 2014 at 11:20 pm
A great teacher who taught a very interesting 7th grade science class at the Whittemore School. SheRead More was very proud of her track-star sons!
Elizabeth LaRose March 6, 2014 at 10:35 pm
Mrs. Kerr was my homeroom, and my favorite teacher. She had such a love and passion for teaching.Read More She made Biology interesting and fun. She leaves an amazing legacy in her community as well as her deeply grateful students, whose lives have been enriched by her commitment to teaching to strive for excellence. My condolences to her family. May she rest in eternal paradise. As she would say to us "job well done".
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