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Adalberto Sanchez posted a condolence
Monday, November 13, 2017Claire’s family: I'm so sorry for your loss. I went through a similar situation and I was very helped by the hope that I found in the Bible in John 5:28, which says, "Do not amazed at this, for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out". I am sending you a link with more information on this hope. https://www.jw.org/finder?pub=w14&issue=20140101&wtlocale=E&srcid=share
C.A. posted a condolence
Friday, October 13, 2017My sincere condolences to the family. While words fail to capture the pain of loosing a loved one, we look forward to the day when words will fail to capture the joy to see our loved ones once again. John 5:28, 29
Kim Ford posted a condolence
Thursday, October 12, 2017Martin, I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your mother. My prayers are with you and your family. I am so sorry I cannot make the mass. If there is anything I can do, please feel free to call me! God Bless! Kim Ford
Kathy (Gormley)Willyard posted a condolence
Wednesday, October 11, 2017I wanted to give my condolences to the Vaughan family and everyone who loved Claire. I will always remember her as my Great Aunt who was always so kind. She and Uncle Jimmy always opened their hearts and home to my family when we came to visit- and at times, that was a lot of people! I will keep those memories close to my heart. There is one more beautiful angel in heaven.
Richard Gormley posted a condolence
Wednesday, October 11, 2017Aunt Claire Vaughan As the husband of Aunt Claire’s niece, Judy Crum Gormley, my memory of Aunt Claire goes all the way back to the late 1950’s. As I recall, Judy lived with Aunt Claire and Uncle Jimmy while she attended nursing school for a few years, and then worked at Blue Cross/Blue Shield in Newark. I visited Judy at Aunt Claire’s often while we were dating and I was going to Villanova. Aunt Claire showed great love and devotion to Judy. After we got married in 1961 and left New Jersey, Aunt Clair continued to show her love for both Judy and me, and for that matter, our entire family. She faithfully remembered our entire family’s birthdays, our anniversary, holidays, and any special family events. Even after Judy died in 1999, Aunt Claire continued to remember me in the same way, and she accepted my wife Dolores as a member of the family when we got married, and continued to treat her that way. I will always remember Aunt Claire as a most kind, generous, loving, and caring person, and I feel very blessed and thankful that she was Judy’s and my beloved aunt. Richard Gormley