I am really sorry to hear about Janet&s passing and wish you and your loved ones my heartfelt condolences. Janet was a lovely person and was a tremendous help to me when I was a graduate student at Purdue. She helped me innumerable times and was extremely competent and kindhearted. I will miss her and even though I have not seen her for a long time, I remember her warmly.
My prayers and thoughts are with you and your family during these difficult times. I hope you find comfort in the thought that she has touched several of our lives so positively and left a lasting impression on so many of us who are scattered across the country and the globe.
My dearest sympathy for the loss of your mother. She is at peace. My heart is filled with love knowing you both had quality time together these last few months after her retirement. I know first hand because I lost my mother just last March; sorry for not coming to the funeral home. My 5 siblings and I spent round-the-clock with Mom the last few weeks in the hospital, then nursing home/hospice care. I treasure the visit I had with Janet at the hospital a week ago; we reminisced about the &old days& and current happenings at Purdue; gave her a hug goodbye. She was a dear, sweet lady. Hold on to your husband and give hugs and kisses to your babies. Take care.
All the best,
Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal. ~From a headstone in Ireland
Please accept my condolences for your Mom&s passing. My thoughts and prayers are with her and your family.
With deepest sympathy,
(Purdue Alumn - 2004)