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May 20, 2020


Barb in AK

Oh, Nigel's tribute was just beautiful. I could hear his voice in my head as I read the words. Jim's poem is priceless, and those of us who have had parents who have gone through this debilitating disease understand the sentiments so perfectly. The service order which you created was beautiful. Thank you for helping me feel as though I was there to celebrate the life of such an amazing woman. Many {{{{hugs}}}} to the Leahy family.

Mary Drysdale

Nigels reading and Jim’s poem were indeed very moving! also the way you both organised the service,so that all of the family could take part was so well thought out As was the funeral service with all the restrictions

Although We have never met,I can feel for you at this sad, time and I shed a few tears reading, your post. And it brings back many memories of our family losses. But also some of our happy unforgotten times we all shared with those we love.those precious memories are something we all have to hold onto

Mike Smith

What a loving tribute to "mum" by Nigel and Jim. It was an honour to attend virtually from Florida. Perhaps it is why Nigel loves the Angel's baseball team so much! I am going through similar dementia issues with my dad and it is tough and challenging at times. God Bless you my good friends.
Love & hugs,

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