by Jerry and Karen Reynolds
Thank you all.Jerry and I would like to thank you, Debra, and the Mockler Funeral Home for all your help and kind words regarding my sweet mother-in-law, Barbara. We remember the wonderful trip we took her on several years ago to Fort Fairfield where we visited friends and family, and enjoyed the Potato Blossom Festival from the family house on Maine. Barbara came alive showing us the sights--her schoolhouse, the fields where she rode her pony, and the Reynolds farmstead where she lived as a young bride. We even visited with everyone at the Mockler Funeral Home! We will miss her, but her spirit is with us always.
Maryberg125@yahoo.comTo the family, my heartfelt condolences for your loss. Please find comfort in the knowledge that God promises to put an end to all the things that have plagued mankind for centuries including pain, suffering and death (Revelation 21:3,4). May these promises from God give you comfort now and real hope for the future. My deepest sympathy.
by Lorraine Kimball Maguire
Loving MemoriesDear Tom, Jerry and Gilbert,
We are so saddened to hear of your Mom’s passing. I always felt blessed that my Mom chose her very best friend as my Godmother. Your Mom always held a special place in my heart. I thought she hung the moon. I admired her spirit and wisdom from the time I was a child visiting in East Hartford to our times spent together in Maine. She never seemed to age at all, always beautiful in every way. I was so proud to call her my Godmother.
It was a privilege to witness her lifelong friendship with my Mom. I loved all the stories that they shared. I have so many wonderful memories. I loved your Mom and every moment that I got to spend time with her. I too will miss her forever.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Paul and Lorraine Kimball Maguire
by Debra Reynolds Scott
Condolences for the loss of BarbaraTom, Jerry, Gilbert and families,
I'm so sorry for your loss. I remember Barbara from when I was a little girl in northern Maine. I always thought her so glamorous because, among other things, she lived in Connecticut and wore dresses with waist belts. And I admired her dry humor (probably came in handy with Lloyd and three sons.) Such a lovely lady -- you'll miss her.