Now at 52 years of age, I recall that memory as if it were yesterday....and I have often thought of that test and her calming, reassuring voice.
"It&s wonderful to have someone believe in you. The effects last for a lifetime."
To Mr. Chellberg and family, especially Marcia who I new so well as a close friend and classmate, my sympathies to all.
Delphi Community High School &75
We wish you comfort in the memories of the one who meant so much to you. We remember meeting your lovely Mary Margaret at our class reunion. She was a first class lady.
With our deepest sympathy,
Jean and Dave Crawford
I didn&t really know Mary Margaret very well, but we had a family connection. Her father and my grandfather, Harry Quinn, were brothers. Whenever our paths would cross, she always had kind and encouraging words about my writing. Because we&re family, I feel your loss.
So sorry to hear about your Mom. I spoke with Mark after your email last week and found out that she had a stroke. I just wanted to let you know that Dena & I have you in our thoughts. Please let us know if you need anything.
Ronnie, Dena, Taylor & Rachel
Unfortunately, we will not be able to attend Mary Margaret&s calling or funeral as Pete Ritz ( my husband) and I continue to monitor his sister&s life threatening hospitalization and juggle work obligations.
Know that our thoughts and prayers have been and continue to be with your family at this most difficult time of loss. Mary Margaret was a special lady and I know will be missed by all. May the peace and love of God enfold you and yours.
Love in Christ, Verlyn C. Wilson & Pete Ritz
It was a joy to know your wife and mother. Very interesting and wonderful woman. Always enjoyed her company. So glad that we were able to visit at Thanksgiving. I know that she will be truly missed but also am thankful she is in the arms of our Lord.
Your friends in Christ,
Sandy and Bill Sullivan
My heart is filled with sorrow for your loss, for my loss. I have so many wonderful memories of Aunt Menzie; from my childhood visits to Camden when I would burst into her home unannounced wanting to play with her kids; from the days I spent with her when I visited Purdue and she made a Mexican hat salad for me that was out of this world; from when she came to my house after Sam was born and we talked about family geneology; from the countless family gatherings as an adult when she would always ask about what was going on in my life at the time. I will greatly miss getting to talk to her, but she remains alive and vibrant in my memories. I want to send you love and support during this very difficlt time.
I am so sorry to hear of your Mom&s passing. She was one of my favorite people to talk to, and she was always so proud of you all. She will be missed by all who knew her.
Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you and your families at this sad time.
I was so saddened to read about your mom in the paper this morning - I always remember her being so spunky and happy with kids - she was certainly a great role model for all to follow. We always enjoyed running into she and Walt over at Arnis. Thank you for sharing her with all of us - you are all in our prayers and thoughts during this time.
Take care - Stan and Kathy Hyman