Tuesday, July 12, 2022
J.A. McAdam Memorial Chapel
160 York St.
Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada
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Louise Piercy posted a condolence
Renee; Thinking of you and your family at this difficult time losing T. Think positively. She had a good long life and loved every minute of it. She had good quality of life right tell the end and was very lucky to have you helping her make difficult decisions as she made her journey on this earth. Be proud of yourself. She was loved.Talk soon Louise
Vivian Scitt posted a condolence
My sympathies to all of Therese's family. She will be missed.
Marilyn Trenholme Counsell posted a condolence
I wish to offer heartfelt sympathy to Theresas loved ones at this sad time. 'T' has been one of dearest friends for 67 years - unfailingly generous, kind and honest. We shared stories and laughs throughout all these years and cried together when our dear friend, Grace Donald, left us last year. Theresa was a blessing to many especially her own family. May you be comforted knowing that she lived each day ready to join the angels. Thank you 'T' for everything!
Mavis Kennedy posted a condolence
Therese was a friendly neighbour who welcomed me when I bought the unit above her unit on Lian St. She was always cheerful, helpful and always asked how I was and how my dog was. Tee was a kind lady who will be missed very much. My sympathies on her passing. Mavis
Louis and Roberta George posted a condolence
We offer our sincerest condolences to Therese's family. Therese was a wonderful person and a special friend to the George family for many years. Her thoughtful and caring ways were enjoyed by many. Rest In Peace dear Therese. Louis and Roberta George
Cathy Madott posted a condolence
So sorry to hear that Therese has passed away, she was such a wonderful lady. So positive, friendly, and loved to laugh. I started with Tourism in 1974 and she was the first person I met, always there to help out when you needed her. We didn't see each other often since she retired but when we met she always asked about my husband, son, sister, brother and called them by name. It always amazed me that she remembered them. She will be sadly missed by anyone that knew her. My condolences to you and the rest of the family. She will long be remembered by us from Tourism.
Georgette Roy posted a condolence
My deepest sympathy to all Therese's family, she was a beautiful lady, so kind and pleasant. I worked with Therese in the Dept. of tourism a long time ago, this lady had the love and respect of everyone. I am so happy I was able to speak with her earlier this month. There will be a great angel up in heaven. Georgette Roy
Janet Elizabeth Smith posted a condolence
I was saddened to hear of Therese's passing. I met her when I moved to 51 Lian street. I loved her the minute I met her as she was such a warm, generous, energetic, friendly soul. Always with a positive outlook, it's true, she was an angel on earth.
Lynne Tompkins posted a condolence
Therese was something else. I used to work with her at Tourism. She was as efficient and smart and just as lovely a person as you'd ever want to meet. It was so nice to reconnect at our Tourism retirees lunches.
Greg Forsythe, President Oromocto Lincoln Fredericton Liberal Association posted a condolence
So sorry to read of your Aunt's death. I will miss keeping her up to date with our Liberal Party, provincially and federally
Susan Mesheau posted a condolence
I am so sorry to hear about Therese. I worked at the Department of Tourism for many years and Therese was one of the sweetest people I had the pleasure of knowing. Always upbeat and ready for a good laugh or to lend a hand. My sincere condolences to her family.
Debbie Thorne posted a condolence
Therese was amazing. I worked with her at Tourism for many years but even after that whenever I met her she would ask about my husband (by name!), my mom (by name!) ... and my cat (by name!) Therese was a very, very special woman and I'm blessed to have known her.
Heather Libbey posted a condolence
My Deepest Sympathies to the Family of Therese. I have known her as Tee Tee through my good friend Lee Anne and her sisters Renee, Michelle and brother Dan. She was a very dear Aunt to them all and will surely be missed. Heather Libbey
Ann Nelson posted a condolence
I am so sorry to hear about your Aunt Tee. I only had the pleasure of meeting her once but it was clear her energy and love of people and life will not be forgotten. There is no question she will be by your side spiritually. Thinking of you my friends.
Kathy & Darrel Densmore posted a condolence
Our deepest sympathy in the loss of Therese. She was a kind, generous lady who I had the pleasure of meeting and getting to know her at Holy Family. She also lived for sometime in the same bldg as our daughter and she continued to ask about her even during her time in Shannex. Bless her heart. She was a sweet lady and I will always remember her.
Dawn Lyons posted a condolence
My sincere condolences to Therese's family. She was a very vibrant, caring and special lady. I had the privilege of working closely with Therese for many years in Tourism. Therese was a very bright intelligent lady and helped me immensely throughout the years. My sympathy to each of her family.
Debbie Lynch posted a condolence
I met your Aunt at Holy Family Parish. Therese was immediately an inspiration to me. It didn't take long to realize she had a great sense of humour and we shared many laughs together. We both enjoyed watching sports and had many conversations over the Blue Jays, wins, losses and we even had our opinions on the trades. Actually, I came very close to convincing her they were #1. Darn those Yankees. I'll miss Therese, your Aunt was a wonderful lady who left footprints on my heart. What a blessing to have such an amazing Aunt. She was one special lady. With heartfelt sympathy Debbie Peace be with all of you.
Jonathan DesRoches posted a condolence
I'm so very sorry to hear of your loss. I helped Marie-Therese sell her home about 2 years ago and I just remember how sweet, kind, and funny she was. I imagine when a person is so special they leave an impression like that in the short time I knew her, she will leave a void in your lives. But I'm certain she also leaves some wonderful memories. May those comfort you in your grief. My sincere condolences.
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