Deb,Terry, I’m sorry it’s taken your Mom’s passing to send a note. I send my sincere condolences to you both and the whole family. I hope you can hold the best of memories in your hearts during this hard time. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Sending my love and strength.
My condolences to the family. As the salon operator at Amica. I appreciated our relationship very much we shared many laughable moments. It was a true pleasure to have gotten to know Thelma. She certainly had great hair and a fabulous look. She will be missed. Margaret
Aunt Thelma held a special place in our hearts. She was kind, caring and thoughtful and would always take the time to chat with our children during our visits. We can't think of Thelma without mentioning her great style and love of fashion. She dressed impeccably and would not walk out of the door unless she was 'camera ready'. She took such pride in how she presented herself but one never felt that she dressed for others but rather for herself - she simply felt great when she was 'put together'. Thelma was always a light in the family and I have no doubt that her light continues to shine as she joins Uncle Lou, who was the love of her life, on the other side. We will miss this very special lady.
Our deepest condolences to the family. Even though she is gone from earth, just know that she is still always with you. Much love from Bob & Cindy Oberthier (and family) xoxo
Our deepest condolences Deb and Jack, Terri and Sean.
Your Mom was a special Lady in the truest sense of the word.
A level of class not found in many people for sure.
We have many great memories of Thelma and Lee growing up which mean that much more now.
It was nice she was able to lead such a rich life and had family around to support her.
With all our Love, we wish you much strength, in the coming days and months, as you mourn the loss of truly great lady.
It has been 16 years for us and I still get the urge to reach out to Mom sometimes. I don’t doubt it won’t be much different for you in the coming years. Great Moms will do that to you.
Marty, Carol and Family.
Thelma was the ultimate definition of being a “Lady “ and she loved it. She had a wonderful sense of humour
and truly enjoyed her friends and family. She truly enjoyed when she saw “Habby and his wife Debbie. It is with sincere sadness that we heard of her recent death. Rest in piece dear lady. Love Al and Debbie Habberfield