Madeleline T. Loan

1939 ∼ 2019

Karen & John Moylan of Pembroke, MA wrote:

We are so sorry for your loss. She was an amazing woman!

Sue kipp of Bayfield ont. Canada wrote:

I was so saddened to learn of Madelelines passing.such a lovely gracious lady. She will be sadly missed at the Village of Holiday Lakes. My deepest sympathy.

Barbara & Dan Balascio of Rensselaer wrote:

John & Family - Our condolences, thoughts and prayers are with you all. We will certainly miss Madeleine at VHL. May all the good times you shared together help you through the difficult days ahead.

Barbara & Dan Balascio of Rensselaer wrote:

John & Family - Our condolences, thoughts and prayers are with you all. We will certainly miss Madeleine at VHL. May all the good times you shared together help you through the difficult days ahead.

Mary Baker of Waltham wrote:

My condolences to Madeleline's family. I worked with her post partum briefly as a new nurse. She was an intricate part of the wonderful nurse legacy here at NWH.

Casey MacKenzie of Waltham, Ma wrote:

I worked with Madeleine at NWH back in 1989 for around 10 yrs. she was always so respectful and kind and I loved her humor and wonderful contagious laugh. She was one of my favorite people at NWH. Prayers to all of her loving family.

Bobbi Grizzard of Gig Harbor, WA wrote:

With fond memories of many humbling Scrabble nights with Madeleine. My guess is she is teaching the angels all the new Scrabble words. The world has lost one of the truly nice persons. Rest in Peace, Madeleine.

Sandie Murphy of Dunstable wrote:

I met Madeleine in high school, "Pressy", we kept in touch over the years..John, please accept my sincere condolences, and to your beautiful extended family who she so adored. There is a new bright star shining in the sky..shine on my dear friend! Loved ya.

Dee & John Ustas of Justin Tx wrote:

This makes me so sad, I met Madeliene at our Fl park. I knew this was happening but hard to believe. She was a great lady and will be missed by everyone that knew her. I will miss her in the pool with the 3:00 group. It won’t be the same.

Deborah and Richard DeVitis of Port Charlotte, Fla wrote:

John and family, Richard and I were so sorry to hear of Madeleline's passing. She was a truly wonderful lady. I loved how giving she was of herself. She was so encouraging and she always made me think smarter, look deeper at all sides, and see the positive sides of life. May your memories be many and ease your hearts today. Debbie and Richard DeVitis

Ken & Ann Berg of South Dennis, MA wrote:

Dear John and Family, We are so surprised to hear of the loss of our beautiful Madeleine. She was always a ray of sunshine when involved with her in any way. Her ready smile was a joy. I'll never forget the 1st time I noticed her. We were 7 or 8 at the time. In the schoolyard (OLP) we were playing a circle game with our arms stretched high, and clapping. Maddie & I were clapping our hands as if hers belonged to me & mine to her. Then we looked at each other and laughed so much. During our school years we always searched each other out to be together. My heart is broken, as I'm sure everyone's is, but the memories she has left will always remain with me. God bless all of you and I'm keeping you in my prayers. Love, Ann & Ken

Pam Cope of Port Charlotte Florida wrote:

She was such a wonderful, kind, interesting lady whom I enjoyed to visit with at VHL. RIP Madeleline, you will be missed.

Pat Heinrich of Waltham MA wrote:

The world has lost a wonderful woman, wife, mother, grandmother, great grandmother, nurse, friend and overall very special lady. Maddie was a joy to all who knew her. She taught me so much while we worked together at Newton Wellesley. I will never forget the HEAL program and families we helped together. I am sure all those tiny angels have welcomed her to heaven.

Sandra and Tom Mayo of Quincy ma wrote:

Sending prayers and love during this most difficult time. -Tom and Sandra

Virginia Augustini of NH wrote:

I met Maddie my freshman year of nursing school at Newton Wellesley Hospital. I was drawn to her elfin-like Irish spirit and upbeat, positive attitude. I found that she had lots to say as she read a lot and was thoughtful. Maddie loved people and was a fun-loving, open-minded individual. Easygoing and caring, she was loved by many. So sorry for your loss. Ginger A

Carole Kennally of Whitefield, Maine wrote:

Dear John and Family, To learn of Maddie’s death is heartbreaking news. I had the privilege of working with Maddie several years at NWH. Her smile, sense of humor, love of life will always be remembered. Who can forget being among the family at an open house at Christmas singing around the piano? I will remember her always as a very special person.

Nadine Goodrich of Rotonda West,Florida wrote:

Madeleine, I will miss your smiling face and your voice at St. Francis of Assisi Chancel Choir! I feel very blessed to have had you in my life albeit way too short a time. My prayers for you and your family and many friends you’ve left behind! I’ll never forget you! XOXO Nadine

Judith Fitzpatrick Sheehy OLPA ‘58 of Lexington MA wrote:

I am very sorry to hear of Madeleine’s passing. I have very fond memories of her from our high school days to our time spent in Sandwich. She was a very kind woman and I remember her being there for me in my time of need.

Paula Tocci Perry of Sterling, MA wrote:

Dear Brenda, I’m very sorry to learn of the loss of your mother. I have many fond recollections of her generous nature and witty personality while visiting you in my girlhood (both in Auburndale and the Cape). Perhaps she and my mother can get together in heaven and discuss our step-dancing days. I’m sorry I will not be able to express my condolences to you in person, but I am thinking of you and praying for your mom, you, and your family. Love, Paula

Kathy Amelia of Port Charlotte,FL wrote:

Such a giving soul Madeleine will be missed by all she touched. Always a mischievous twinkle in her eye-that’s what made her personable and easy to be with. Sing with the angels now Maddy.

Margaret Coady of Medway wrote:

Will miss you my dear friend may you rest in peace.

Cynthia Comeau of Hollywood wrote:

So sorry to hear about Madeleine. My prayers are with you John and your family.

Bobbe Ann Leonardi of Foxboro Ma wrote:

John, don’t know if you remember me. I was looking for someone’s death notice and found Madeline’s. I am so sorry for your loss and am sending prayers. I lost Mike in 1996 from a sudden heart attack Still remember good times at Northeastern and later With sympathy Bobbe Ann Leonardi