Lori McFadden lit a candle
Saturday, June 27, 2020
To Jean's family my deepest condolences. I worked in security and knew Jean very well. May she rest in peace.
Maude Carolan Pych posted a condolence
Wednesday, June 24, 2020
Dear Dan & Steve, my condolences on the passing of your dear mother. We were co-workers at Kearfott where we often shared family stories and recipes. Through your mother, I was reacquainted with my old friend, Lea Erwin DeWitte, who I worked with while in our teens and who was a bridesmaid at my wedding. The last time I saw your mother, my husband and I visited her at Cedar Crest. She gave us a tour. Most of all, I'll remember her love of family, her joy of cooking, and hearing about the cooking tours in Italy. God be with you all.
Mark Convoy posted a condolence
Saturday, June 13, 2020
Dear Danny and Steve: I just saw the announcement of your Mom's passing. Please accept my condolences. I'm sure I speak for the rest of our classmates as well. Your Mom and Dad were one of my favorite couples in the township. Dad would frequently stop by 45 Park Avenue to say hello while I was doing the weekend yardwork. I always appreciated his outgoing personality. And your Mom was a gracious hostess when I popped in to visit every now and then. In the words of your Dad, "Keep the Faith."
Karin Helmlinger posted a condolence
Friday, June 12, 2020
Dan and Steve, my brother Chris just called me to let me know Aunt Jean passed. We all have so many fond memories of her. I came along late on the scene as you know, but there are so many pictures of get togethers with Aunt Jean and Uncle Nick and the Merlino and Helmlinger boys growing up. I still remember going to the house and having lunch on Saturdays or Sundays with my Dad. Aunt Jean always put out an amazing spread. Then Uncle Nick showed me his wine decanter and counted the drops of wine he was getting out before it went empty. She used to tell me about her cooking classes. I was telling my friend the other day we need to do a cooking tour of Italy just like Aunt Jean did. She was the first person I ever heard that did that. All of the Helmlingers share in your grief. Please know we are all better off having known her. I for one considered her a second Mom growing up and she taught me alot. We are all thinking of you and love you all.
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