Joan Mayne Madden
1932 ∼ 2020
Hal & Jill Schaefer of Wilton wrote:
Pam (& Bill) - We were saddened to learn of your Mom's passing. She was an honorable woman, and alwways to the time to speak with me, whether I was visiting your home or we were passing one another downtown. She was genuinely interested in my life's experiences, and was often quick to compliment. A real lady. She will most certainly be sorely missed and fondly remembered. Otherwise, I trust all else is well. Some day I expect to see you around town, or even out in your yard pruning some bushes? Maybe not. - Hal
Moira and Tom Cassidy of New Canaan CT wrote:
Dear Pam, Tom and I send our heartfelt condolences on the passing of your Mom. What an inspiration she was and what a blessing to have had her as your Mom! You not only resemble her in looks (classically beautiful,) but also with the adventure and passion you live your life and with your commitment to family. A memory that has stayed with me for many years, was running into your mom as I was walking on the driving range. She and a friend had just finished a round of 18 and were invigorated-they had the energy of women many years younger and were sharing some good laughs. She clearly knew how not to take life not too seriously:) Your Mom was an inspiration. XO Moira and Tom
Nancy Mileikis of Bourne, MA wrote:
Deb and George, I was so saddened to hear of Mom’s passing. Your visits and daily calls proved how much you loved her. I enjoyed seeing her laugh, and eat the good food you brought for her, and for our staff. You guys were so good to her❤️She loved you both so much! You know how much I loved her, I know she loved me as well, evident by the way she would call out for me. She was a remarkable woman. RIP Joan❤️
Eileen Urquhart. of South Dennis, MA wrote:
I have warm memories of your parents as a facilitator of the ALS support group. A trying time for all those caring for a spouse with the disease. They faithfully attended the meetings and were an important part of the vey close group of other families with similar needs. Joan was an accomplished woman and very beautiful and gracious. It is sad when death takes a life well lived.
Julianne Grace of New Canaan, CT & Naples, FL wrote:
Several years ago, I hosted a luncheon at the Roger Sherman Inn to benefit the RSHM sisters. We invited graduates of the Marymount schools and colleges who lived in the area. Joan attended and I had the opportunity to meet her. What a charming, intelligent woman, with a twinkle in her eye! She certainly lived an amazing life and accomplished a great deal. Please accept my sincere condolences on your loss.