Letter: Thank you for compassion under trying circumstances

Posted 4/8/20

During a time of very deep sorrow and sadness for our family and friends, all funeral arrangements for our loved one had to be altered due to the difficult and ever-changing times we live in.

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Letter: Thank you for compassion under trying circumstances

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During a time of very deep sorrow and sadness for our family and friends, all funeral arrangements for our loved one had to be altered due to the difficult and ever-changing times we live in.

With great compassion and care, Catherine Tattrie, owner and managing director, and Rob Connor, funeral director, and staff, with concern for the well-being and safety for all, arranged a lovely time for visitation at Smith Funeral and Memorial Services, and a beautiful and memorable graveside memorial service.

We will be forever grateful for all the time, kindness, love and support they gave to us in our time of overwhelming grief. We thank you, and God bless you all.

Lisa Clark and Elizabeth Ferranti
Warren

Written on behalf of the family of the late Robert (Bob) Clark.

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