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The lighting of a Memorial Candle not only provides a gesture of sympathy and support to the immediate family during their time of need but also provides the gift of extending the Book of Memories for future generations.
I have known Nancy for years. First of all we were co-workers at Waterbury Hospital on the Pediatric unit for several years. We had good times working to together. Cookie swaps at Xmas time and other social occasions, that we attended. I remember Jared and Dean when they were little boys, I even came to some of their birthday parties. I was also a member along with Nancy, her Mom (Honey) and her cousin (Cookie) on a team in a bowling league that we played in at Lakewood Lanes for years. I think the last time I played was when I was pregnant and they were calling the baby Whip it Junior. That was my highest score that year, I even got a trophy for it. We used to put money in the kitty every week for easy spares that we missed and would go out to eat with it at the end of the year. After bowling, we would go to Friendly's or another restaraunt for food, and just hang out together once a week. We also enjoyed the bowling banquet every year, where we received prize money and or trophies. Those were the days of good times and long friendships.
She will be missed by all........ Gale Murray