Lucy L. Costa
1940 ∼ 2019
Judy Prada-Counsell of WT wrote:
Went to the Edg. School with Lucy.those big Birthday Parties, Flossy Mellow put on for her every year with the whole class invited.She was a strong athlete,could hit a soft ball out of the play ground,good basketball player,and no one wanted to be in the circle of dodge ball, when she was up.She got me my first job,picking stems off Beach Plums for Miss Meclaham to make Jelly.She was fast,always a good and hard worker.RIP old friend,you earned it. With loving thoughts. Judy
Beverly A Barske of Uncasville, CT wrote:
Lucy and played the game of "Hi grouch. Hi grump" for years. I've always respected her and she always respected me. She may have only been my stepmother, but I also considered her my friend. To my sisters Sharon, Brenda and Crystal and to my brother Richard... cherish the memories. She was a wonderful lady. I will miss her. Love you all xoxox Bev
Allouise Morgan of Edgartown wrote:
A former classmate. Always a great athlete and a wonderful artist!! I remember her birthday parties too! Godspeed Lucy, Rest In Peace.
Lindalee Condlin of Edgartown MA wrote:
Auntie you were the best , I have so many great memories and will cherish them forever ❤️ My sympathies to all my family and special cousins. Aunt Tootsie is at pace now and with my Mom to have many debates
Sissie Boyd of Edgartown, Ma wrote:
Sorry to hear of Lucy's passing. Always enjoyed meeting this lady, may she rest in peace.
Rhonda Smith of Woonsocket, RI wrote:
My heart goes out to my Sisters and Brother. Your Mother, my Step-Mother was a super individual who I remember fondly. She was a really cool person and always had a kind word to say about everybody and anything. She will be surely missed. R.I.P sweet lady.
Wendy Rose of Oak Bluffs wrote:
To all of Lucy's family my condolences. Lucy and I grew up together in Edgartown. Always happy to run into each other. She will be missed.
My sincere condolences to Lucy's family ~ I'm so very sorry for your loss. Our loving Heavenly Father has her in his memory . Acts 24:15