Denise Ann Wilhelmi
1956 ∼ 2020
Joan Bertrand of Sterling, MA wrote:
Rest In Peace dear cousin. Your life was marked with kindness.
Susan Franchi, RN of Charlton MA wrote:
It is with great sorrow to hear of Denise’s passing. I first met Denise as my student, later becoming a wonderful caring nurse for my home care patients. Denise projected much compassion for the patients untrusted in her care. Crafty, creative, surely , that was Denise. I will hold dear the many things she made for me. My deepest sympathy goes out to all of Denise’s family, May happy memories give you comfort in the days ahead. With sympathy, Susan Franchi RN Charlton
Michaela Oberg of Holden, Ma wrote:
To all of you I send my deepest sympathy. With love and prayers. Michaela
Robert Wilhelmi of Worcester,Ma wrote:
Denise was my big sister she was 11 years older than me and when we were younger she'd pretend to be my mother. When we were older she would take me downtown on the bus and we'd go to the movies she spoiled the heck out of me and I loved every minute of it. We'd go to the mall I remember vividly going to Spencer gifts and we'd laugh till it hurt. Her with her big smile and loud laugh something her and my Dad had in common. They must be whooping it up in heaven. I can’t hear em both laughing. Denise had a heart of gold and I'll probably never meet anyone as generous as her. She didn't have much but she had she would give away without a second thought. I'm not just talking about money either if you needed advice or just a shoulder to cry on she'd be there. I heard many stories about her from all her nursing friends how she'd help them study and just be there for them when they needed her. I'm very proud to call her my sister. LOVE AND MISS YOU SIS.
Shelly Wilhelmi of Worcester, MA wrote:
Denise, You were one of the kindest people I have ever had the pleasure of knowing and I am grateful to have had a sister in law like you. You welcomed my daughter Ashley and her twin girls and truly loved them and treated them like they were part of the family and for that I will always be thankful to you. You spent time with Maddy and Kyle and always asked about them even if you were living down the Cape and they will always remember that. The one thing I always, always wanted for you, was for you to be able to find your one true love. I wish so much that could of happened for you because you truly deserved all the love back that you had given to everyone else. I will never forget your laugh Denise and I am forever grateful to have had you in our life. Rest In Peace, you will be missed. - Shelly
Laurie Ballantine wrote:
So sorry for your families loss. May your memories help your family through this difficult time.
Sue Fitzgerald Rotondi wrote:
When Denise was in nursing school, she worked for the nursing home my Grandma was in. She took such great care of my Grandma; they had a special bond, as Grandma was always working on a needlepoint or embroidery project,I think they taught each other a few things! I visited with my Mom quite often and always remember that sweet, caring smile of Denise's. I'm so sorry your life here was cut so short;but I'm sure Grandma is very happy to see you again.
Linda Baznet of Worcester, MA wrote:
my dear sweet friend of of 46 years, you will be greatly missed. Your infectious smile and laugh. Godmother to my daughter Emily, you were family to us. So glad you became a nurse, you were a very caring and loving lady. You truly loved your family.You had a very generous heart to all. Heaven has gained a very special angel. I love you Denise, may you rest in peace. You will always remain in my heart. Linda
Bethany (Wallace) Tripp of Cotuit, Mass wrote:
Denise was always so kind to me. I used to work at the Pavilion with her and every night shift 11-7 was never dull with her on shift. She had such a kind heart. She personally made me a hand knit blanket for my first born. Such a talent she had. She will be missed dearly. I am so sorry for your loss. May she live on in our memories and hearts.
Ellen Bickford of Carver, MA wrote:
I had the honor of working with Denise at The Pavilion Nursing Home years back. She always had such an infectious smile and laugh. My heart And prayers go out to her entire family.