Christine Mary Lemay
Diane Garvey of Sandwich MA wrote:
There are certain people we meet in our journey that either change us for the better or reinforce to us why it is so important to love and cherish this life we are given. The beautiful peaceful Christine Lemay and her most loving, caring and kind family are these people. It was my great pleasure to know Christine and feel the love. You will stay with me.
Jackie of West Falmouth MA wrote:
Dear Family, Not having known your mother...I know her now through the words you wrote about her. I am deeply moved by your tribute to her and share in your sorrow and loss, as well as find reassurance and strength of faith FROM her. Her love definitely continues its course, reaching even those of us she didn't know...and yet cared about. With sincerest condolences.
Caleb and Martha Fraser of North Falmouth,MA wrote:
Christine and Mike, What a beautiful tribute written about your mother! Our sincere sympathy to you and your family. Caleb and Martha Fraser
Catherine Herrity of woods hole wrote:
I did not know your mother, but the obituary you wrote about her moved me in its beauty and love and caring. I wanted to let you know how much your words meant to me. You were lucky to have her in your life and your memories of her will forever be a part of you. Thank you for sharing.
Eileen of md wrote:
Dear Andrea and family, My deepest condolences on your loss. May your memories of your mother continue to be a blessing in the years to come. At ERAS, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this time. Be safe as you travel.
Mark Moore of Kingston, MA wrote:
So sorry for your loss. She seemed like a wonderful mother.
April Gibson of Apex North Carolina wrote:
Mrs. Lemay was a loving and caring person. I’m very grateful to have met her. When I came with Andrea for a visit, she welcomed me into her home. She taught me how to play Rummie cube and beat me every time we played. I could never win. I had so much fun during that visit. Our next visit will be in Heaven. With all my love. April
Michele Armour of Falmouth, MA wrote:
What I remember most about Christine is her warm smile. She always greeted me warmly when I would arrive to take care of her during her illness. We talked about life and she always had words of encouragement and compassion. She loved and cared about people deeply and caring for her was a privilege. Such a little lady with so much love to give. Bravo Christine! You led a life of love and service, true to your faith and in your later years when life tested you, you responded with dignity and courage. you touched my life and I am a better person for having known you.
Carla Zavorskas of North Falmouth Ma wrote:
So sorry to not be able to be with you today. Just watched the beautiful video and enjoyed seeing you all with the wonderful things she enjoyed with her family. I remember seeing her at school at parent meetings. Special hugs to Michelle and Andrea- my first graders! Love to you all.