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Hello, I am a cousin who has not been in Port Jervis for years. Our Dad Maurie was one of your mother/grandmother's brothers. I remember Shirley as as a fun person. My brother Ed and Shirley are of the same age. Eunie and I are about the same age, and used to get together when I visited Port as a kid, and stayed with Aunt Mary. I have wanted to get in touch with her for years and would like to before it is too late for us. I remember "Herkie" giving us a difficult time.... And often have wished I knew how to get in touch with you. I am sorry this was the avenue to get back in touch. Ed and his wife were in Port a few months ago and tried to get in touch with Shirley but couldn't. He did locate Cynthia Furman and she had sent the obituary to him. I moved back to Central New York recently, my husband passed away three years ago and grief isn't easy....... Memories help so much. I would so much like to touch base with family again........ My prayers are with you during this time. Your cousin Sally Roche de Meritt
From: Sally Roche de Meritt    02/09/2007 02:53 PM

please accept my deepest sympathy at this time of sorrow, i met mrs. zeller thru my parents jean fuller and the late walter r. fuller jr. of sparrowbush.. she was a very sweet person and a big go getter, she will be deeply missed..again my sincere sympathy.....
From: keith fuller    02/07/2007 09:37 PM

To the family of Shirley Zeller: Your mother has done so much for so many, and in only a way she could. She was outspoken and inspired me so many times to speak my mind (even when others didn't agree.) She will be missed by all who had the good fortune to know her. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Sincere condolences, Abbie Davenport
From: Abbie Davenport    02/06/2007 07:34 PM

Dear Bob and Family, I am so sorry to hear of your mother's passing away. She seemed to be a very loving woman to everyone who knew her. I want you to know that you are in my thoughts and prayers. My sincere sympathy, Diane Overby
From: Diane Overby    02/04/2007 02:43 PM

Dear Bob and Family, My sincere condolences to you and your family. Your mom certainly was a dynamic woman. May your fond memories comfort you at this time. Sincerely, Lee Storms
From: Lee Storms    02/04/2007 02:00 PM

Mrs. Zeller always left you a better person just from having known her. She will be sorrowfully missed by us and we send our heartfelt condolences to her family. John,Vi,Bill,Megan,Layla Miller
From: John P Miller and family    02/04/2007 12:29 PM

So sorry to hear about your mom...she was such a great woman in many ways, & always had time for her community & her family. Our thoughts & prayers are with you.
From: Brenda & Gene Madsen    02/04/2007 11:18 AM

To The entire family: Our sincere condolences. You are all in our parayers.
From: Diane Ajanovic & Barbara Morgan    02/03/2007 07:51 PM

On behalf of our agency please accept our heart felt sympathy for the Zeller family. On Feb, 1st our agency door opened in Port Jervis and Port Jervis lost one of it's sisters. May God bless Mrs. Zeller's soul as she has bless those she encountered. Sincerly, Thomas P, Ahearn
From: The Ahearn Allstate Agecny    02/03/2007 07:50 PM

Dear Bob and Family, We are sorry to hear about your loss, our prayers are with you. Sincerely, John and Dawn Ruggiero
From: John and Dawn Ruggiero    02/03/2007 06:08 PM

Dear Bob, Janice and RJ, I was so sorry to read about the loss of Bob's Mother. My daughter Nikki had the pleasure of meeting her when she was working as town clerk. Words seem so inadequate at times like these but please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers. Pat Pierce
From: Pat Pierce    02/03/2007 03:39 PM

Dear Bob, Janice and RJ, It was quite a tribute to your mother's service to the Town of Deerpark that I read in the TH Record. My sincere condolences. Lee Martucci
From: Lee Martucci    02/03/2007 02:06 PM

dear bob and family, our sincere sympathy to you and yours at this difficult time. best reguards
From: miriam, jean & andrew shumanski    02/03/2007 11:50 AM

To the family of Shirley Zeller: We were saddened to read the news of Shirley's passing. She was always there for our family when we needed advice; very helpful without hesitation. She will be missed. Our prayers and deepest condolences go out to you. Sincerely, Barbara and Pat Tenke
From: Barbara Tenke    02/03/2007 10:27 AM

Dear Bob, Janice & R.J.: We were deeply sadden to hear about your mother's passing. Shirley was a very lovely person. Our condolences to your family. She will be missed. Charlie & Maureen Hildebrandt and family.
From: Charles & Maureen Hildebrandt    02/03/2007 08:31 AM

To Bob and Family. We are very sorry to hear of the passing of your mom. Our thoughts and prays are with you.
From: Jim & Cara Robertson    02/03/2007 07:02 AM

While we are all naturally saddened by her passing, let us rejoice and marvel at her life, and what a life it was, filled with caring and service to others, a true role model for us all. A friend of the powerless, everyone was equal in her eyes, and she would go out of her way to help the least fortunate. Jesus said "Whatever you do for the least of these, you do for me" Matthew 25:40. Shirley was indeed, the "conscience" of our town! Let us honor her in death by inspiring us in life, to increase our service to mankind, without expectation of reward. And to fight for what we believe is good and right without apology. That was Shirley's life. "Well done, my good and faithful servant" (Jesus in Mathew 25:13)
From: Paul Hamilton    02/03/2007 03:00 AM

While we are all naturally saddened by her passing, let us rejoice and marvel at her life, and what a life it was, filled with caring and service to others, a true role model for us all. A friend of the powerless, everyone was equal in her eyes, and she would go out of her way to help the least fortunate. Jesus said "Whatever you do for the least of these, you do for me" Matthew 25:40. Shirley was indeed, the "conscience" of our town! Let us honor her in death by inspiring us in life, to increase our service to mankind, without expectation of reward. And to fight for what we believe is good and right without apology. That was Shirley's life. "Well done, my good and faithful servant" (Jesus in Mathew 25:13)
From: Paul Hamilton    02/03/2007 02:57 AM

To the entire family, Shirley was indeed a strong person who touched many lives, including ours. We pray that she is at peace and that the lord will guide and keep you all in his hands of comfort at this time.
From: Rich & Amy Wilson    02/02/2007 06:05 PM

Thinking of you at this time of sorrow and hoping you will find comfort in warm memories of your Mother.
From: George and Doris Hammond    02/02/2007 03:08 PM

From: George and Doris Hammond    02/02/2007 03:03 PM


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