Patricia A. Eagan
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|Dear Shalom and family,
I just found out about your grandmother. I am so sorry to hear about your loss. I know she was such an important part of your growing up. I have many fun memories of her. I hope you get this.
|From: Nicole (searles) Cohn 10/17/2009 10:42 AM|
|Shalom, when I think of you, your grandmother comes to mind. I know she was a big part of your life and hope that you and your family find peace in her passing. Much prayers to you.
Joey (Burka) Dakin|
|From: Joey (Burka) Dakin 10/14/2009 04:02 PM|
|Dear Kathy and family,
Your mom was an amazingly very active contributor to all things good. Her influential fingerprint lives on in many. Our condolences to you and your family during this difficult time.|
|From: Linda & Vance 10/14/2009 08:59 AM|
|I'm sorry to hear of Pat's passing and offer my sympathies. She has always been to me and many people an inspiration for her steadfast commitment to the many worthy causes she adopted and a reliably upbeat and positive person. I belong to groups that Pat favored and can say that all have benefited not only from her labors but her spirit. Pat's activities go back a long way. That was clear by the reference to "Sloop Restoration," as only long-timers recall the original name of the Clearwater was the Hudson River Sloop Restoration. I'm a lucky owner of one of Pat's wonderful quilts and will always treasure it along with the memory of Pat.|
|From: Craig Wolf 10/14/2009 08:37 AM|
|To Kathy and family, Your mother was an incredible lady with amazing accomplishments. I am sorry to hear of your loss. Peace be with you. Please let me know if you need anything when you return to West Point. Love always, Doug and Heather |
|From: Heather and Doug Chadwick 10/13/2009 02:22 PM|
|To Kathy and the family Eagan. Wow what an incredible life your Mom had Kat.! I see her creativity, tenaciousness, and big heart in you
and her (Patricia's) work carries on through you and your family. She was a great American! Tremendous individual aspiration, yet all along the way, always endeavoring to make her family (and I mean the extended family she adopted with her community) a better place to live. I will not be there for you at your family gatherings Kathy, but my sincere condolences go out to you & the family and I will be here for you when you get back. You just know she's likely knitting a quilt for St. Peter on those cooler heavenly days or handing out sandwiches for those awaiting entrance thru the Pearly gates.
Celebrate the great life she had on this earth & continue to carry on her tradition of truly selfless service.|
|From: Bob Ryan 10/13/2009 02:06 PM|
|To the Family of Patricia A. Eagan:
I am very sorry to hear about your lost. When a loved one dies the pain is so unbearable. As a Bible reader looking into God's Word for comfort is the best place. Scriptures like (Revelation 21:4) And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.”
(Isaiah 41:10) Do not be afraid, for I am with you. Do not gaze about, for I am your God. I will fortify you. I will really help you. I will really keep fast hold of you with my right hand of righteousness.’
You have my deepest sympathy and prayers.|
|From: Marilyn 10/12/2009 02:53 PM|
|Dear Dennis and family,
I was saddened to hear of the loss of your beloved mother and remember well taking quilting lessons from her years back. Unfortunately, I never mastered her beautiful work. She was a very gifted and talented person and I'm sure will be sorely missed by all of you. Peace be with you during this difficult time.
Ada & John Adler|
|From: Ada Robinson Adler 10/12/2009 08:56 AM|
|Dear Tracie and family, sorry to hear of your loss, just lost my beloved brother. Hope you are well think of you often and wonder how you are. Your grandma is now an angel in heaven and enjoying a beautiful life.
Love Elizabeth Martin
|From: elizabeth martin 10/12/2009 08:30 AM|