So very sorry for your loss. I know you are numb over your loss, and you will be for quite a while. I see she was quite young. Had she been sick? My thoughts and prayers are with you during such a sad and emotional time.
Yvette, I am so very sorry for your loss. How lucky your Mom was to have had you for a loving daughter. Your Dad is so fortunate to have your support right now. I bet your Mom was very, very loved!! Wishing you comfort and peace as you go through such a rough time right now. Hugs!
Yvette, I am so sorry for your loss. My dad has been gone nearly four years and he's the one who taught me my love of animals. One of the things I miss most is being able to share my animal stories with him, because he really "got" it. It leaves a huge hole in your heart. Time does heal, but the loss is always there. She will be in good company...and I'm sure was welcomed with open arms and paws. Take care - my thoughts and prayers will be you...
I am so sorry about the loss of your mother. Just remember all the memories of the things you have done together. Our thoughts are with you and your family. I know it is hard to overcome the loss of someone you are clsoe to especially someone like your mother.
Worcester – Angeline L. (Nadeau) Thomas, 65, of Worcester died on Thursday, February 21st in her home after an illness.
Mrs. Thomas is survived by her husband of 39 years Lester A. Thomas; three daughters Yvette L.I. Thomas of Rutland, Suzette Y. Thomas and Laurette A. Thomas both of Worcester; two sons Jerry Smith and Ken Smith; her mother Irene (Barriault) Nadeau of Jackman, ME; three sisters Patricia A. Copeland of Waterbury, CT, Lucia Gauthier of Jackman, ME and Sylvia Gauthier of Lewiston, ME; two grandchildren and many nephews and nieces. Angeline was born in Jackman, ME daughter of Phillip Nadeau and is predeceased by two sons Carl and Jimmy Smith.
She worked as a link netter at the David Clark Company for over 17 years. Angeline enjoyed crocheting and doing many outdoor activities such as fishing, hunting and hiking. Angeline also enjoyed going to craft fairs, yard sales and flea markets. She was always very interested in listening to anyone that could give her information on the history of her hometown and her family geneology.
So sorry for your loss. I lost my mom very young also. Remember that only her physical body is gone, but her spirit will be with you always. I feel my mom with me all the time. It is a very warm and comforting feeling. I wish she could have lived forever.